SIC Crucible

When you use the Silicon Carbide crucible for  gold ore, silver ore and aluminium metals .It’s very pure and won’t influent the purity of the material and having a long service life.

Besides, we could manufacture the graphite crucible for gold . So, you could kindly inform us the weight of gold you’ll melt, like graphite crucible for melting gold 1kg, 2kg and so on.

SIC Melting Crucible


  1. Silicon Carbid Graphite crucible can be used for non-ferrous metal smelting and casting, melting aluminum, dissolving gold or silver ornaments, analysis of special type steel, sintering hard metal.
  2. Silicon Carbide Graphite crucible for smelting gold is specialized in melting gold in headgear and jewelry industry. That requests graphite material has high density and purity, ablation-resistance, high temperature. And it can be used many times. We can machine various crucibles according to your requirements.
  3. Machined from graphite and sillicon carbide and widely used in the gold,silver,platinum and other noble metal’s melting.If it’s used in oxygen atmosphere,it wil start to be oxygenized when the temperature is higher than 1600-1700°c. If it’s used in the protective atmosphere, it can stand more than 2000°c.
  4. Widely used in such fields as industrial furnaces, mono-crystalline silicon machinery, mono-crystalline silicon machinery, electron, semi-conductor, metallurgy, oil, chemistry, textile, electrical machinery, electrical equipment, electrical furnace, traffic, communication industry, medicine, etc.

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Notes of Usage for the Graphite Crucibles:

  1. Be carefully Of Storage and handling.
  2. Choose the suitable base. Put on the right position.
  3. Additives should not be too much. Be carefully.
  4. Burner flame shall not be directly to crucibles.
  5. The influence of deslagging agent.
  6. Adhesion oxide will cause crucible rupture.

Make it happen

  1. Graphite crucible, silicon carbide crucible.
  2. Choosing graphite and clay material, plastic into Ushaped crucible.
  3. Main melting non-ferrous metal, like copper, aluminium, brass and iron, etc

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