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How to Solve the Rough Surface Problem of Hot-dip Galvanized Steel Grid Plate?

Aug. 06, 2019
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How to deal with the surface roughness of Hot Dipped Galvanized Expanded Metal Mesh? The galvanized steel grid plate approach can be rough at the end, primarily due to the viscous effect of some zinc liquid when galvanizing outside the steel grid plate. A part of the zinc liquid is dripped along the outside, and when the zinc liquid is agglomerated, a rough appearance appears at the end of the hot-dip galvanized steel grid plate path.

Roughness affects the beauty of hot-dip galvanized steel grid panels, so Architectural Perforated Mesh Supplier brings some treatments.

When galvanizing the surface of the steel grid plate, try not to tilt the steel grid plate. Make sure that the zinc liquid can flow all the way to the steel grid plate without stagnation. When hot-dip galvanizing, the tail of the steel grid plate can be raised.

Hot Dipped Galvanized Expanded Metal Mesh

Hot Dipped Galvanized Expanded Metal Mesh

And placed on a professional cold bed for condensation. This will eliminate the roughness caused by the inclination of the tail of the steel grid plate. Add a device that blows away the zinc solution at the end of the power grid at the power grid. Thus, when the hot-dip galvanizing is performed, the accumulated zinc liquid can be blown off.

Forms a smooth hot-dip galvanized steel grid plate path surface.

Through the above introduction, I believe that you have some understanding of how to solve the rough surface problem of Galvanized Gothic Expanded Mesh. Please pay attention to our website for more related knowledge.


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