about the anti-corrosion effect treatment of workshop fence net
The workshop fence net is understood in the literal sense. It is a fence mainly used in workshops and warehouses for isolation and protection. It is manufactured by physical manufacturers with many styles and many choices of net surface varieties. There are chain link fences, welded wire meshes, expanded metal meshes and so on. Among them, expanded metal mesh has protective effect, but it will be injured if you touch it without care. The edges of the mesh are very sharp! According to most consumers' habits.
The most commonly used workshop fence is welded mesh. Because of its simplicity, convenience, low cost, and great isolation effect! So it's perfect for use in workshops and warehouses! The workshop fence is a maintenance product used indoors. Users can choose to use two anti-corrosion methods such as dipping, spraying, and so on to improve the service life of the product. A variety of colors can be reached according to user needs.
In addition, the product can also be used in two or more colors. The appearance of the product is smooth and bright, and there are no lumps, spots, bubbles and other conditions that affect the appearance. If users encounter these phenomena, they can directly request the manufacturer to re-consume. Use the fence in the workshop to choose a suitable color to stop the appearance treatment, which can achieve the effect of deterrence and deterrence, and the time reminds the staff to work hard.
If there is no man-made destruction, the service life can be as long as 20-30 years. The surface treatment of fence netting is galvanized, sprayed, dipped, etc. Sprayed products are mostly used indoors, and dipped products are mostly used outdoors, and the cost of dipping is higher than spraying. The material has the characteristics of softening when exposed to heat and being able to solidify into a film after cooling, which is mainly a process of physical melting and plasticizing to form a film. Thermoplastic powder is used in most of the dipping process.