Common scenarios for the use of stainless steel surface treatment agents

In metal machining processes, the surface of stainless steel products is often contaminated with dirt, and regular cleaning agents may struggle to thoroughly clean it.

In general, contaminants on the surface of stainless steel can be industrial oil, polishing wax, high-temperature oxide scales, welding spots, and so on. Before cleaning, it is necessary to determine the type of contamination on the stainless steel surface and then choose the corresponding surface treatment agent.

Common scenarios for the use of stainless steel surface treatment agents

Alkaline environmentally friendly degreasing agents are generally suitable for residual drawing oil stains, machine oil, and other dirt left after stainless steel processing. It can also meet the requirements of the Dyne 38 test without film breakage.

Stainless steel welding spot cleaner is generally suitable for cleaning welding spots, high-temperature oxide scales, stamping oil stains, and other contaminants generated after stainless steel welding. After cleaning, the surface can achieve a clean and bright appearance.

Stainless steel acid pickling and polishing solution are generally suitable for situations where stainless steel surfaces have both oil stains and hard-to-handle contaminants such as oxide scales and welding spots, especially after high-temperature processing or other surface treatments. After treatment, the stainless steel surface becomes uniformly silver-white.

Post time: Mar-20-2024