Anode Block is one of the most important consumables in the aluminum industry used in the electrolysis process. In this process, aluminum is separated from raw alumina using electrical current and is deposited on the anode blocks to produce aluminum metal. Anode blocks are produced in the form of large blocks with dimensions of 90x55x170 centimeters and are made of a combination of graphite and mostly carbon. Anode blocks must have high resistance to electrical current, heat, and other chemical conditions, and must be able to effectively absorb aluminum metal. Anode blocks are used as one of the important components in the electrolysis process for producing aluminum metal. In this process, electrical current passes through the anode block, causing aluminum to separate from raw alumina.