The long-term use of metal parts, mechanical parts and […]
The long-term use of metal parts, mechanical parts and equipment will inevitably cause oil stains and stains on the parts. The oil stains on metal parts are generally a mixture of grease, dust, rust, etc., which are usually difficult to be diluted and dissolved by water. In order to enable the equipment to operate effectively and ensure the processing technology of mechanical parts, it is necessary to use a professional metal oil cleaning agent, so how to clean efficiently, economically and conveniently?
1. Make a choice according to the metal surface substance to be cleaned:
The cleaning methods of mechanical parts and large metal equipment are different, and the solvents used are also different. Generally speaking, solvent-based metal cleaners are used to clean parts, and water-based metal cleaners are used to clean large metal equipment.
2. How to choose water-based metal surface cleaning agent and solvent-based metal surface cleaning agent:
If the metal workpieces to be cleaned require fast volatilization and have anti-rust requirements, you can consider using solvent-based cleaning agents. If you want to save costs, you can consider using a water-based cleaning agent and start cleaning after dilution.
3. The cleaning process used:
If ultrasonic or spray cleaning is used, low-foam ultrasonic cleaning agents are generally used; special electrolytic cleaning agents are used for electrolytic cleaning; solvent-based cleaning agents are used for manual scrubbing or steam cleaning.
4. Is it necessary to prevent rust when using a metal surface oil cleaner:
Except for some equipment and precision parts that need to work for a long time, most of the other equipment is not necessary for rust prevention. Therefore, most companies choose water-based metal cleaners with lower comprehensive cleaning costs and no anti-rust function.
5. Combination of solvent-based metal cleaning agent and production process:
If the anti-rust effect is not ideal, you can consider adding a cleaning tank and adding anti-rust agent to the tank. Pass the metal workpiece in the tank once to achieve the ideal anti-rust effect. The consumption of anti-rust agent is very small. Will not increase too much cost.
With the rapid development of industrialization, users are increasingly demanding metal parts. The processing of many metal parts is becoming more and more mechanized, and there are high requirements for product maintenance. How to clean the dirt on metal parts is a problem that metal manufacturers are very concerned about. It is also a degreasing treatment that must be done before the subsequent processing operations of metals to avoid the subsequent welding and painting processes from being affected by the oil.