Everyone should know about stainless steel precision castings. Do you know the mirror finish of stainless steel precision castings? If you want to know, just follow along with the editor.
In order to further enhance the hardness and gloss of stainless steel precision castings, it is necessary to mirror them. In order to make this treatment process more in line with the requirements, what unfavorable factors need to be eliminated when processing stainless steel castings?
It is found through experiments that the sulfuric acid oxide film is an important factor affecting the high purity and transparency of the oxide film of stainless steel castings. Its thickness, porosity, purity, and sealing quality will directly interfere with the mirror effect of the investment casting china, such as when the oxide film contains If there are more impurities, its purity will be low, and the transparency of the cylinder will decrease.
Therefore, to ensure the mirror treatment effect of stainless steel castings, it is necessary to reduce the impurity content in the oxide film. Therefore, the thickness, porosity, purity, and sealing quality of the film must be controlled reasonably to avoid negative effects on the treatment as much as possible.
The impurities in the oxide film are mainly derived from the stainless steel investment casting china itself, and part of it comes from the oxidation bath. Therefore, appropriately reducing the content of alloying elements in the casting can minimize the content of impurities. At the same time, reducing the impurity ions in the bath and keeping the bath fresh can also improve the purity of the oxide film.
It can be seen that it is also difficult to successfully complete the mirror treatment process of stainless steel castings. In order to achieve good results, it is necessary to eliminate various influencing factors and give full play to the effect of the process, so that the quality of the entire stainless steel investment casting china is also Will improve accordingly.
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