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How to keep stainless steel pipes
Date:2020-09-30      Views:220Time      Label:How to keep stainless steel pipes

How to keep stainless steel pipes When storing, pay attention to moisture, dust, oil, lubricating oil, etc., as well as rust on the surface, or poor welding corrosion resistance. When moisture is immersed between the film and the steel substrate, the corrosion rate is faster than when there is no film. The warehouse should be kept in a clean, dry, and ventilated place, and keep the original packaging. Storage: When storing, pay attention to moisture, dust, oil, lubricating oil, etc., as well as rust on the surface, or poor welding corrosion resistance.

When moisture is immersed between the film and the steel substrate, the corrosion rate is faster than when there is no film. Store in a clean, dry, and ventilated place, and keep the original packaging condition. The stainless steel tube of the film should be protected from direct light. The film should be checked periodically. If the film deteriorates (film life: 6 months), it should be replaced immediately. If the packing material is soaked when the paper is laid, the paper should be removed immediately to prevent surface corrosion.

Transportation: To avoid scratches on the surface, use rubber or sleepers, and use stainless steel pipes as much as possible to protect the special materials. To avoid surface pollution caused by fingerprints, gloves should be worn during operation. And surface rust, or poor welding corrosion resistance decreased. When moisture is immersed between the film and the steel substrate, the corrosion rate is faster than when there is no film. Store in a clean, dry, and ventilated place, and keep the original packaging condition. The stainless steel tube of the film should be protected from direct light. The film should be checked periodically. If the film deteriorates (film life: 6 months), it should be replaced immediately. If the packing material is soaked when the paper is laid, the paper should be removed immediately to prevent surface corrosion.