The hardness of industrial aluminum profile
profile is directly related to the quality of industrial aluminum profile
profile. So, how to solve the problem that the hardness of industrial aluminum profile profile is too low? 1. Setting and control of aluminum profile temperature: Generally, there is a certain error between the temperature and the apparent temperature. When setting the surface temperature, it should be set according to the actual temperature of the furnace and pay close attention to temperature fluctuations. 2. Aging and heat preservation of aluminum profiles: Aging should be carried out in strict accordance with the process requirements, and the heat preservation time should be appropriate to prevent under-ageing or over-ageing from causing insufficient hardness. 3. Aluminum profile extrusion frame should not be too dense, and there must be a gap between the material and the material. The aluminum profile, especially the small and thick materials that are not ventilated, should be larger. The tube material, the small material, and the sheet material should be combined together. When framing, the pipe material is placed below, which is conducive to the aging cycle air supply. 4. Before the aluminum profile is loaded into the furnace, the other special alloys of 6xxx and the ordinary 6063 alloy shall be loaded separately for aging. When the aging is indeed required in the same furnace due to production reasons, the special alloy process shall be used for aging. In production, first the material of the blank is the prerequisite, and then pay attention to the control of the heating temperature must be sufficient, the cooling effect is good, and then it is aging. These several links will have a key impact on the hardness of the aluminum profile.
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