Aluminum Chemical Polishing
Manufacturing of industrial components is one of the most important stages of production in industries related to surface quality, which is often to improve appearance and wetness, prevent corrosion and increase chemical resistance, resistance to abrasion and deformation, change of special resistance and electrical conductivity, create difficulties. And surface friction control is used. Most mechanical systems deal with the smoothing, bending, and fatigue of the metal surface to achieve a smooth, glossy surface, and sometimes even cause it to fail. Chemical electrolysis is the process of surface loading by creating a one-sided pattern that is completely free of any fatigue and stress. This process selectively removes metal debris and pays for microscopic and macroscopic visits, often creating a smooth, polished surface. In the electropolysis process, after degreasing and oxidation, the metal piece is attached to the anode and on the other side the steel or lead sheet as the cathode is connected to a direct current source. In this process, acidic electrolytes such as sulfuric and phosphoric or a combination of other hydrochloric or chromic acids are used. The amount of surface layering and its type depends on several factors, including the type of electrolyte, temperature, flow density, and the type of alloy under electrolysis. In this process, the part is exposed to oxygen, the surface of the part is dehydrated, and no hydrogen brittleness occurs in the part, and the possibility of hydrogen failure is reduced. This process is very suitable for aluminum parts and alloys, which are prone to hydrogen cracking.
Another advantage of the electropolysis process is that bacteria cannot multiply well on a hydrogen-free surface, so no bacteria or contaminants can multiply or accumulate on the electroplated surface. This makes electropolysis a viable option for use in the medical, pharmaceutical, semiconductor and food industries. Other benefits of this method include reducing surface fatigue, removing oxides, neutralizing metal surfaces, creating high corrosion resistance, creating completely hygienic surfaces, carbon degradation of metals, lack of directional lines, creating surfaces with low welding resistance, reducing friction. , Polishing and polishing and reducing the cooking process. This process is used in many ferrous and non-ferrous alloys such as steel, stainless steels, copper alloys, aluminum and nickel. In the new methods and power supplies, the use of pulse frequencies and currents can improve the amount of electrical energy, the execution time of the work and the final result of the electropolysis process to the desired position. Isatis Knowledge-Building Company is able to perform its best quality electrolytic process due to having appropriate technical knowledge and advanced equipment, including switching rectifiers.