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How To Ensure The Stainless Steel Tank Is Durable?

Jul 18, 2017

How to ensure the Stainless Steel Tank is durable?

Firstly, the material selection of Stainless Steel Tank should be authentic, which is the main reason to ensure the durability of Stainless Steel Tank.

Followed by the Stainless Steel Tank on the thickness of configuration, selection of relevant national standard thickness for configuration, as well as the manufacturing and installation of the late, can effectively guarantee the lifespan of the Stainless Steel Tanks, currently on the market many clients in selecting Stainless Steel Tank, all like to choose high thickness configuration, actually this is will affect the use of the Stainless Steel Tank, but not absolute, but in the choice of raw materials, customers will think the price is higher, so the quality must be the best, it's not certain;

Again when installation of Stainless Steel Tank, the internal brace on the set must be reasonable, and the brace of the whole stress should enough, to welding the weld, the current must be smooth, and choose the argon arc welding, argon gas also can not open is too small, although also can be finished by argon welding, but the size of weld will because of argon and affect the welding quality, body during welding and the brace position to reach the designated position, because the place of weld by pulling force will be large.

Finally, the maintenance and maintenance of the Stainless Steel Tank must be used regularly to disinfect and clean the stainless steel cistern. It is absolutely not possible to destroy the Stainless Steel Tank with hard objects.

The Stainless Steel Tank has become the main tool for the construction and residential buildings because of its convenient installation and high efficiency. However, Stainless Steel Tank is still relatively "delicate", once in use, improper operation, maintenance is not timely, it is easy to have other faults. So how do we maintain the Stainless Steel Tank?

First of all, the Stainless Steel Tank should be cleaned after use, and the cleaning of the rubber tube and other parts should be paid special attention to remove the oil and the soil of the bottom of the tank. Since most pesticides have a certain corrosive effect on the aerosol, use the alkaline water to wash it in a timely manner and rinse it with clean water. Especially after the spraying of the corrosive chemicals such as bordeaux liquid, it is better to soak in alkaline water for 1 to 2 hours. Be careful to prevent rust. Any parts that can be removed must be removed and cleaned. Spray rod and nozzle wall should be daubed with oil, so as not to be rusted.

Second, check whether the connections leak. When used, install the clean water pipe first and then install other things. When adding water, make sure that the Stainless Steel Tank is free and the liquid level can't exceed the safe water level. Before use, open the water tank ahead of time, so that the pressure inside the barrel will rise to work pressure to ensure smooth water flow.

Finally, the core part of the electric sprayer is the water pump and the battery. Although there are several kinds of pumps on the market, these pumps are afraid of clogging. So be sure to use clean water charge, add water must use small screen to filter, prevent blockage.

The corrosion resistance of Stainless Steel Tanks depends on chromium, but because chromium is one of the components of steel, the protection method is different. Steel has a significant increase in atmospheric corrosion performance at 10.5% when chrome is added, but it is not obvious when the chromium content is higher. The reason is that when the steel is alloyed with chromium, the type of surface oxide is changed to the surface oxide that is similar to that formed on pure chromium metal. This tightly adhering rich chromium oxide protects the surface to prevent further oxidation. This layer of oxide is extremely thin, and through it can see the natural sheen of the steel surface, making the stainless steel have a unique surface. Moreover, if the surface is damaged, the exposed steel surface will repair itself with the atmospheric response, reproducing the oxide "passivating film" and continue to protect it.