Electrodes for Low Temperature Service
Electrodes for low-temperature service are specialised electrical conductors that are designed to perform in low-temperature environments, as low as 50°C and can present challenging conditions for electrical components due to changes in temperature, pressure, and other environmental factors.
Low-temperature electrodes are used in a variety of industries, including power generation, petrochemical processing, and refrigeration, among others. They are made from materials that are resistant to corrosion and can maintain their conductive properties even in extremely low-temperature conditions.
Some common types of low-temperature electrodes include nickel-based alloys, graphite, and stainless steel. These electrodes are used in a variety of applications, including welding, electrode boilers, and thermoelectric power generation.