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What problems are likely to occur with the use of 316 stainless steel angle?

Time:2022-03-28 Source:Wuxi Jianuo Special Steel Co., Ltd.

What problems are likely to occur with the use of 316 stainless steel angle?

316 stainless steel angle is used more in the construction industry, is a high-quality building materials, it is its good toughness deep love of the construction industry. But sometimes we will find some problems in the use of Wuxi 316 stainless steel angle, such as billet repair grinding, chute scratching, furnace bottom roller pressure pit, etc., the appearance of these problems will greatly reduce the use of 316 stainless steel angle performance, so how do we avoid it?

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1, billet regrinding. 316 stainless steel angle billet regrinding with coarse grinding wheel, the surface of the plate in the rolling will appear grinding marks, especially in the thick plate of more than 20mm.

2, chute scratches. In the heating furnace, the billet in the chute movement, easy to appear in the lower surface of the billet chute scratches.

3、Rolling pressure pit. Friction between the middle cleat and the middle plate edge during alignment, causing edge burrs and other splashes to the surface of the middle plate, forming a surface rolling crater.

4、Large chain scratches. The dislodgement between the chains causes the steel plate to move unsynchronously on the cold bed, forming a scratch on the lower surface.

5、Furnace bottom roll crater. The furnace bottom roll is subject to multiple effects such as high temperature gas and load, and it is very easy to have surface nodules, resulting in pressure pits on the lower surface of the middle plate.

6、Straightening machine cratering. Straightened carbon steel oxide skin left behind, in the straightening process is easy to form the surface of the plate pressure pits.

7, lifting scratches. Lifting the steel plate is easy to cause edge rib injury, as well as in the unloading of irregularities in the operation caused by the steel plate surface scratches.