What is the processing flow of forging oil injection?

Summary:Forging is a processing method, and many products used in our lives are produced by forging. Forging...
Forging is a processing method, and many products used in our lives are produced by forging. Forging is a processing method that uses a forging machine to apply pressure to a metal blank to plastically deform it to obtain a forging with certain mechanical properties, certain shape and size. It is one of the two major components of forging. In the process of forging production and processing of forgings, the surface treatment process of forgings is also a very important step. Surface treatment can meet the performance requirements of customers for forging products, the use of forgings, and the working life of forgings. So what is the processing process of forging oil injection? The following is an introduction to the processing process of oil injection.

1. Oil spray The oil is sprayed on the surface of the forging product, and the natural air-drying method is adopted. Oil injection protects the forgings, because heavy forgings are accessories in large machinery. Generally, oil injection treatment should be done before assembly. The deformation of the forgings during work is reduced, and the overall mechanical movement is possible. On one side, it can become a barrier for the intrusion of corrosive media, and has the effect of rust and corrosion. The injected oil is a viscous fluid, which absorbs and damps sound energy and sound waves during mechanical operation. Generally, the noise after injection can be 10-20 decibels.

2. In order to corrode the forgings and reduce the loss, people have adopted various methods, and the use of oil injection to protect the mechanical fasteners is one of the most common ones. Forgings are usually larger in size and use the oil injection method. The oil sprayed is rust oil. It is easy to use, low in cost, good, relatively fast, uniform, and easy to operate. It is widely used in the forging manufacturing industry.