How to deal with the scratches in the transportation of stainless steel "property thermal insulation pavilion"
The discovery of stainless steel pavilions has indeed brought us a lot of convenience in our daily life. For example, stainless steel booths are not easy to rust, which helps us save a lot of maintenance equipment.
Together, the production cost of stainless steel booths is relatively low. However, stainless steel Pavilion in use, will also find some traces. Today, let's introduce the common traces of stainless steel pavilions and their treatment methods.
In order to avoid the accumulation of process lubricants, products and dirt, it is necessary to mechanical finish scratches and other rough appearance of stainless steel pavilions.
How to deal with it: We can add grinding or hand grinding skills to deal with it.
2. Rust spots:
Stainless steel products or equipment are sometimes rusted before or during the production of toll booths, which indicates that the appearance is seriously polluted.
Treatment: It is necessary to remove rust before the equipment is put into operation. The fully finished appearance should be checked by iron or water experiments.
Because these substances can act as barriers, they can affect chemical and electrochemical finishing, so it is necessary to completely clean up.
There is a brief water cut-off test to detect organic pollutants. In the experiment, water is poured from the top of the vertical appearance, and the water is separated along the surrounding organic matter in the process of downflow.
Special attention: Fluxes and/or acid chemical cleaners can remove oil and grease. Of course, regular manual finishing is also important for the longevity and maintenance of the guard pavilion.
Residual adhesives: When tearing off tape and maintenance paper, there is always a part of the adhesives remaining in the appearance of stainless steel.
Processing methods: 1. Before the whole adhesive hardens, we can remove it with organic flux.
2. When the adhesive is used for a long time, it will form a hardening adhesive and a corrosion source of crevice corrosion.
In this case, we need to use fine abrasives for mechanical finishing, which may cost a lot of manpower and material resources.
5. Dust: Stainless steel toll booths are usually placed in the direction of dust, often with a lot of dust in the air, they constantly fall on the appearance of the booth.
The "stainless steel pavilion" is easily polluted by dust, such as security pavilion, traffic pavilion, residential Pavilion and police pavilion, which are often in high-crowding places.
Solution: We can use water or alkaline solution to remove the dust that falls on the appearance of the guard pavilion. However, adherent dust requires the use of high-pressure water or