How to store Galvanized Wire for corrosion resistance
The use of Galvanized Wire is very extensive, and the nature of Galvanized Wire is also very high, but Galvanized Wire also has a headache for us, that is, how to store Galvanized Wire to see corrosion resistance.
Generally, Galvanized Wire is prone to oxidative rust due to heavy rain and humid weather, so we should better store and use galvanized Galvanized Wire to avoid rust as much as possible.
If the Galvanized Wire is too thick (of course, the thicker it is, the more difficult it is to rust), it will not meet the SGS environmental standards; however, if the Galvanized Wire zinc layer is too thin, it will easily oxidize with water molecules and cause rust.
The external environment has a certain impact on the preservation of Galvanized Wire. In the rainy season, you should pay attention to the air humidity in the workshop and warehouse. It is recommended to use a moisture detector to measure the paper value between 8-10. Generally, the book paper has a larger moisture absorption than the powder paper, and the pH value is higher. Internal Galvanized Wire rust phenomenon.
Generally, Galvanized Wire (except oxidation chamber) is stored under normal conditions. Galvanized Wire will not corrode for two years, but care should be taken to avoid the roll during handling of Galvanized Wire. The winding of the coil causes the cable to not smoothly affect the production. For the storage environment of Galvanized Wire and paper, it is recommended to properly control the humidity to 50% or less and the temperature between 10 °C and 30 °C.
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