4 solutions for oxidation of industrial aluminum profiles

by:Zeyi     2021-08-22
Nowadays, industrial aluminum profile profiles have been used in many industries and have become very important processing materials in the industry. However, we will encounter many problems when using aluminum profile materials. The most encountered problem is the oxidation of aluminum profiles. How to solve the oxidation phenomenon of aluminum profiles? (1) Sunlight. The oxidation of aluminum may be caused by the aging of aluminum. The aging method of aluminum is affected by climatic conditions. We can dry it in the sun, or bake it in an oven in rainy days or in winter. (2) Rinse with hot water. To rinse the aging film with hot water, set the water temperature and washing time strictly. Too high water temperature will cause the film to become thinner and the color to fade. (3) Drying treatment. Dry naturally in a cool place. Hang the aluminum material that has been washed with hot water on the shelf, and use a towel to absorb water stains on the surface of the aluminum material. The color of the dried film will not be affected, and it will become very natural. (4) Anode treatment. The oxidized industrial aluminum profile profile is immersed in a sulfuric acid solution. After the film is soft and peeled off, it is slightly cleaned with lye and the nitric acid emits light to conduct conductive anodization again. The above are the 4 ways to deal with the oxidation phenomenon of aluminum profiles. If you don't understand, you can consult the editor.
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