What does the nail machine do for the nails to be hot-dip galvanized?
When making nails in a nail making machine, some need to be hot-dip galvanized, while others do not. So what kind of nails need to be hot-dip galvanized?
In nail-making machinery, cement steel nails, small screws, corrugated paper nails, nails, fiberboard nails, insulation nails, bolts, etc. that need to be hot-dip galvanized Its lifetime improves its corrosion resistance. Let's take a look at the hot-dip galvanizing process of nails.
The method of hot-dip galvanizing can be divided into two categories: electroplating process and hot-dip galvanizing, electroplating process and hot-dip galvanizing are more: in the case of electroplating process, zinc can be very well covered on various nails, and the surface is smooth and clean. The zinc cover on top is well-proportioned. And the zinc plated is relatively pure, which ensures that it has excellent anti-corrosion properties. The actual effect of the application is very good. The method of hot-dip galvanizing is to combine ferrous ions and zinc ions, so that they are firmly combined, and the surface of the nail is actually not only zinc, but a compound of steel and zinc.
The process characteristics of electroplating process and hot-dip galvanizing are: indoor temperature standard production and manufacturing actual operation, coating generation is not electric accumulation, it is caused by the rotation of the plating cylinder of the loaded parts, so that the parts in the cylinder collide with each other and complete the manufacturing process. The industrial production of nail machinery can be transmitted to produce coatings; the coating structure is that granular spherical zinc powder is impacted and deformed by nailing mechanical force transmission, and becomes flat, dish-shaped zinc particles and lamellae accumulate to form coatings. The structural coating has the basic physical characteristics of metallic zinc, and the function of the coating is to provide anodized protective coating for rust prevention requirements for iron base parts.