How long does Galvanized wire last?
How long does it take for Galvanized wire to remain rust is highly dependent on plating thickness, quality and post-treatment, and is also highly relevant to the environment in which it is used. Sufficient thickness and high corrosion resistance after treatment, indoor storage for ten years will not rust.
Electroplating is the process of plating a thin layer of other metals or alloys on some metal surfaces by electrolysis. It is a process of attaching a metal film to the surface of metal or other materials by electrolysis to prevent metal oxidation ( Such as rust), improve wear resistance, electrical conductivity, light reflectivity, corrosion resistance (copper sulfate, etc.) and enhance the appearance of beauty. The outer layers of many coins are also electroplated.
Electroplating requires a low-voltage, high-current power supply that supplies power to the plating bath and an electrolysis device consisting of a plating solution, a part to be plated (cathode), and an anode. The composition of the plating solution varies depending on the plating layer, but both contain a main salt providing a metal ion, a complexing agent capable of complexing a metal ion in the main salt to form a complex, a buffer for stabilizing the pH of the solution, an anodic activator and Special additives (such as brighteners, grain refiners, levelers, wetting agents, stress relieving agents, and anti-fogging agents). The electroplating process is a process in which metal ions in the plating solution are reduced to metal atoms by electrode reaction under the action of an external electric field, and metal deposition is performed on the cathode. Therefore, this is a metal electrodeposition process including steps of liquid phase mass transfer, electrochemical reaction, and electrocrystallization.
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