Shenzhen HSJ Metal Fabrication Co., Ltd.
Shenzhen HSJ Metal Fabrication Co., Ltd.

​Are Stainless Steel Materials Often Used In Sheet Metal Hand Plate Customization?

Stainless steel is not easily corroded, pitted, rusted or worn. Stainless steel is still one of the most intensive materials for construction metals. Because stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistance, it enables structural components to permanently adhere to the integrity of Engineering design. Chromium-containing stainless steel also integrates mechanical strength and high extensibility. It is easy to process and manufacture components and can satisfy the needs of architects and structural designers.
Stainless steel is also often used in sheet metal handplate customization. According to the drawings provided by customers, the hand plate that customers want can be reached through processing, forming, post-processing and other links. The hardness of stainless steel hand plate is higher than that of aluminium alloy, which is not easy to process, so the price will be higher than that of aluminium alloy, and the surface effect will be very good. Customers will choose stainless steel material like a sheet metal hand plate.
Surface processing of sheet metal parts:
Most of the surface of sheet metal parts that we usually see are marked. These lines are obtained after surface treatment. They can effectively protect sheet metal parts from external factors, such as rust and denaturation. The surface treatment of sheet metal is an important procedure for sheet metal processing. Common surface treatment methods of sheet metal processing include wire drawing, sandblasting, paint, powder spraying, main technical indicators: gloss, film thickness and color difference, electroplating (mainly multicolor zinc, white zinc, black zinc, chromium plating), polishing and oxidation.

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