Precautions for Storage of Cobalt Alloy Wire

Cobalt Alloy welding wire and welding rod are indispensable metal consumables in mechanical production. One of the characteristics of China’s non-ferrous metal resources is that there are many composite minerals, and some have low grades. Not only many non-ferrous metals are often symbiotic, but some iron ore also contains a large amount of non-ferrous metals. For example, Panzhihua iron ore contains a large amount of vanadium. Titanium; Baotou iron ore contains a large amount of rare earths and strontium. Therefore, it is a very important task to study the new technologies, new processes, new equipment and new materials suitable for the characteristics of China’s resources. .

Matters needing attention when storing Cobalt Alloy Blade wire:

1. Cobalt alloy wire can not be placed too high.

2. For barreled cobalt alloy wire, do not roll during handling, and the container should not be tilted or tilted to avoid the wire being entangled in the tube and hindering the use.

3. During the handling process, avoid littering and prevent the package from being damaged. Once the package is damaged, it may cause the cobalt alloy wire to absorb moisture and rust.

4. Cobalt alloy welding wire should be placed in a special welding material library for storage. Pay attention to the ventilation and drying of the warehouse. The relative humidity of the air should be controlled below 60%. Keep the distance between the ground and the wall at 30cm.

5. The models and specifications are stored separately and cannot be mixed.

6. The CO2 used in the flux-cored wire should be pure anhydrous gas.

7. Under normal circumstances, the flux-cored wire does not need to be dried, and should be used up as soon as possible after opening. When the Cobalt Chrome Alloy wire is not used up, it should be covered with a canvas, plastic cloth or other items to cover the wire feeder (or wire spool). To reduce the contact with moisture in the air.

Default Asked on December 21, 2018 in Business.
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