Superior Graphite’s unique Electro-thermal Fluidized Bed (EFB) furnaces can purify and modify a wide range of carbon materials with process temperatures to above 2400C in a continuous process. Superior Graphite operates EFB furnaces in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and Sundsvall (Sweden). EFB treated calcined petroleum cokes are particularly well suited materials for applications that require resilience. In complex, heterogeneous formulations as for brake pads, plastics compounds, lost circulation muds (LCM) and other applications, such Resilient Graphitic Carbons (RGC) offer an interesting, tunable choice to control compressibility, dampen vibrations and enhance other properties as thermal conductivity, lubricity, wear resistance and others. In our paper, we will explain the fundamentals of EFB technology, the RGC product range, the concept of resiliency measurement, and exhibit the properties of needle, sponge and shot cokes which were treated under controlled conditions. Such control offers the potential to meet specific demands.