Professional Stainless Steel Sheets Manufacturers Provide Technical Specifications for Custom Metal Fabrication, Stainless Steel Decorative Sheets and Metal Fabrication Works
The stainless steel screen is a very common decoration in life, so you know how to turn the plain stainless steel plate into a beautiful stainless steel screen, and what process is it produced through? What are the advantages of stainless steel screen so popular? How to judge the quality of the stainless steel screen?
First of all, let's talk about the manufacturing process of stainless steel screens. The manufacturing process of each stainless steel screen is much the same, but there will be some differences in the process according to different customer needs!
1、 Laser cutting
Stainless steel pipes are mostly used for stainless steel screens. Only laser cutting is needed to obtain the required pipe size, and then welding is required. Of course, some troublesome patterns require stainless steel plates. First, make surface color plate effect treatment on the stainless steel plate, and then laser cut the required patterns according to the drawings provided.
2、 Welding and grinding
There are two types of welding: spot welding and full welding;
Spot welding: spot welding and fillet welding refers to the welding method of spot welding at 90 ° sharp corner, and the weld can be seen on the surface;
Full welding: full welding is mainly to fill all the gaps at all interfaces on the surface with welding wire, and there is no weld on the surface.
Weld the cut stainless steel figure to the finished stainless steel frame for surface treatment. The surface treatment includes wire drawing and mirror surface. Wire drawing can be completed only by manual polishing. The process is relatively simple, but the mirror surface needs polishing after polishing. The process is relatively complex.
3、 Gilded sealing glaze
The stainless steel screen has been basically formed. The last step is to color the entire stainless steel screen surface. We can adjust the color of stainless steel according to customer requirements.
We usually use two color plating processes, vacuum electroplating and colored glaze;
-Vacuum electroplating: heat and color the stainless steel to make products with strong metal texture, high brightness and little environmental pollution. The colors are usually black titanium, rose gold, titanium gold and sapphire blue.
-Colored glaze: This is a relatively dark color plating method. Generally, ancient bronze is the main color, and the common colors are red bronze, green bronze, yellow bronze, etc.
What are the advantages of stainless steel screen?
1. High hardness and long service life
The stainless steel screen has a very high hardness and is not easy to be damaged, so its service life will be longer. After all, stainless steel is one of the strongest metal materials for building. In addition to the characteristics of stainless steel itself, it is difficult for stainless steel screens to corrode, rust or wear.
2. Stainless steel has a metallic texture
The color of stainless steel screen is bright, fadeless, non fading, non discoloring, rich in metal texture, which is used for decoration and decoration to show noble and gorgeous, and can reasonably divide the space while it is ornamental.
3. Stainless steel has good corrosion resistance
It can make the structural components permanently maintain the integrity of the engineering design, and the stainless steel has good plasticity, which can meet the design needs of the architect, with various styles and long lasting effect.
How to judge the good quality of stainless steel screen?
Good stainless steel screen is bright and dynamic in color, with smooth surface without trachoma and pockmark; The screen with poor quality has a dull color, which is not vivid and has a rough surface; In particular, the effect of processing and forming is more obvious. Some cracks may appear when welding is improper. For welding cold cracks, stainless steel screens are often encountered. Cold cracks can occur immediately after welding, or sometimes after a period of time. These cold cracks that do not occur immediately after welding are called delayed cracks, which is a common phenomenon in cold cracks. Because the delayed crack will appear after a period of time, even in the process of use, its harmfulness is more serious than other forms of cracks.
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