Graphite is a useful mineral and is used for various purposes. Graphite has lubricating properties and has been used for years in making pottery and ceramics. Today several dining tables with graphite inserts can be purchased. Graphite sheets such as KLINGER, which are laminated, are now available. They can resist high temperatures and direct heat. They also have non-stick abilities and thus aid in material handling. The inserts are chemically bonded and do not require adhesive to stick together. The thickness is not greater than a few millimeters, but they are harder than stainless steel.
The finish given by graphite is clean and precise. Furniture such as a dining table with graphite inserts can prove to be very beneficial for the owner. These graphite sheets are made from either pure or expanded graphite and do not contain any other fibers or filter materials. The sheets are chemically non-reactive, provide strength to the furniture and are also long lasting. In cases where a hot, steaming utensil is placed on a dining table with graphite inserts, the graphite sheets will allow heat to be dissipated well, with no significant amount of harm caused. These dining tables with graphite inserts are also able to resist corrosion and can withstand high amounts of pressure making them extremely durable. The sheets are resistant to most chemicals and are able to perform well over the years.