• Rare earth series hot-dip galvanized new alloy
Rare earth series hot-dip galvanized new alloy
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Rare earth series hot-dip galvanized new alloy

The company currently produces over ten types of special alloys for hot dip galvanizing, such as zinc nickel alloy, multi-element alloy, rare earth alloy, special galvanized alloy for steel pipes, special alloy for galvanized sheet and strip, etc.
  • Commodity name: Rare earth series hot-dip galvanized new alloy
  • Commodity ID: 1061237526896664576

Rare earth series hot-dip galvanized new alloy

 

Advantages of use

① Rare earth alloy is a new type of hot-dip galvanized alloy developed by our company since 2012, which can effectively solve the quality of galvanized active steel or Saint Germain characteristic steel.
② Adding less alloy has a significant effect.
③ Wide range of alloy addition, suitable for various batch galvanizing, high-temperature galvanizing, and low-temperature galvanizing, suitable for workpieces of various materials.
④ The fluidity of zinc liquid is enhanced, reducing burrs and flow marks, and improving surface quality.
⑤ The coating has stronger adhesion to the steel substrate.
⑥ Reduce the content of zinc ash.

Usage method

① When using the new alloy of Xishi series hot dip galvanizing, the hot-dip galvanizing manufacturer basically does not need to change the conventional equipment and process of hot dip galvanizing. The zinc liquid can be used in both high and low temperature areas, and the addition ratio can be 0.5Kg-1.2Kg of alloy per 1 ton of iron plating. The manufacturer can add the alloy to the zinc liquid level according to the alloy added in the zinc pot, and control the content of alloy elements reasonably.
② When adding alloy, use a hanging basket to load the alloy, evenly move and dilute it in the upper part of the zinc solution, ensuring that the alloy fully blends with the zinc solution.

Note

① If the alloy is added unevenly, small particles may appear on the surface of the plated part. When this phenomenon is found, the addition of alloy can be suspended until the small grains are fully dissolved before adding.
② For workpieces that are prone to gray and matte coating (such as 16Mn steel), a lower galvanizing temperature (<440 ℃) can be used to minimize the time between galvanizing and water cooling, and the alloy element content in the zinc solution can be appropriately increased.
③ Attention should be paid to controlling the iron content in the plating aid to ensure the quality of the coating and reduce zinc slag.
④ When the handling of special materials is poor, notify our company and we can provide timely service.

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