Sanitary Pipe Welding

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Sanitary pipe fittings are used in places with high requirements for sanitary levels, so their welding is also required. Ordinary welding cannot meet the requirements of hygiene.

Different use environments have different requirements for welding performance. For example, some tableware generally does not require welding performance, and even some pot companies do not require it. Although welding is not required, most products require good welding performance of raw materials, such as some thermos cups, steel pipes, water heaters, water dispensers, etc.

For occasions with high welding requirements, the weld must be treated after Sanitary Valve welding. The most important treatment is its corrosion resistance. Almost all stainless steel products require good corrosion resistance. Welding will destroy its stability. Therefore, after welding, salt water solution should be used to heat it to boiling, and the solution should be poured out after a period of time, washed and dried, and the weight loss should be weighed to determine its corrosion resistance. If it does not meet the standard, it cannot be used.

The polishing of the weld is also very particular. If the hardness of the raw material of the sanitary pipe fitting is too low, it is not easy to polish it during polishing, and if the hardness is too low, the surface is prone to orange peel during deep drawing.

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