Wire Hanger needs to pay attention to during the plating process
Electroplating is a surface treatment process that forms a coating on the surface of a Wire Hanger. Common methods include hanging plating, barrel plating, continuous plating, and brush plating.
In the Galvanized Hanger plating process, the most common ones are hanging and barrel plating, and the most used ones are hanging plating. Hanging plating is the process of plating the Wire Hanger in the plating bath during the surface processing of the Wire Hanger. There are two methods, manual and automatic.
The principle of hanging plating is the same as electroplating. The process of plating a thin layer of other metals or alloys on the Wire Hanger by electrolysis is usually a hook shape. The contact area between the hook and the Wire Hanger should not be too large, otherwise the contact point Underplating will occur.
Hanging plating Usually there are many Wire Hangers that need to be plated. The most common problem is the uneven current distribution, which will cause unstable plating. When multiple Wire Hangers need to be plated, the Wire Hanger should be buried 50mm below the aqueduct surface and not less than 200mm from the bottom of the tank. If it is improperly hanged, it will easily lead to quality problems in Wire Hanger, so it is generally necessary to pay attention to the distance between the plating parts, the hooks and the plating solution.
Usually, the appearance of the Wire Hanger after plating has a great relationship with the current. The smaller the current, the more beautiful the Wire Hanger will be. In this way, the conductive area of the hanger should be coated with a protective layer or wrapped with a plastic tape to avoid current dispersion and unnecessary loss, and ensure the plating quality of the Wire Hanger during the plating process. Of course, there are many reasons for affecting the plating, such as local insulation work, stirring, current density, power supply equipment, plating tank strength, and so on.
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