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How to remove dirt from stainless steel welded mesh

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Stainless steel welded wire mesh is a common material, which is widely used and can be seen in many fields. When the stainless steel welded mesh has dirt, how should we solve it? Let's take a look together.

1. The method of deplating is used to remove the oxide layer of the welding point, the composition of the oxide layer is studied, the skin of the oxide layer is pretreated, and the oxide layer is melted with alkaline nitrate to make the oxide layer soft, and then the welding point is cleaned to achieve Weld joints are smooth and clean for purpose.

2. After diluting with washing powder and water, soak the welded joints, and then rinse with clean water. If the oxide layer cannot be removed, it can be diluted with highly corrosive sulfuric acid and then soaked. The time should not be too long, and then rinse with water directly.

It can be used in the construction industry, highways, bridges as steel bars, etc. Stainless steel filter mesh is made of stainless steel wire as raw material. It is mainly used for screening and filtering under acid and alkali environmental conditions. It is used as a mud mesh in the petroleum industry and as a sieve filter in the chemical and chemical fiber industry.

The above is the knowledge about stainless steel welded wire mesh. If you want to know more, please pay attention to our official website.

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