What are the types of stainless steel machined surfaces

There are various types of stainless steel with their performance characteristics, but in fact, all the stainless steel you see on the market at present has undergone surface processing. Surface processing can not only further improve the performance of stainless steel, but also improve its appearance accuracy. According to the solution of stainless steel surface, a large number of stainless steel products can be derived. So, how many types of surface stainless steel processing do you know?

Generally, there are several types of surface stainless steel processing: cold-rolled surface processing, mechanical equipment surface processing, organic chemical surface processing, reticulated surface processing and colorful surface processing. Of course, there are some more technical and professional stainless steel surface processing, but we don't do scientific research if it involves too much. However, no matter what kind of stainless steel surface processing, the following process is generally followed:

1. For example, for the surface processing that has been negotiated with the manufacturer, everyone will sign a contract, send the test sample, and then clarify the standard for mass production and manufacturing.

2. When it is used for large-scale efficacy, it is important to ensure that the raw materials used are the standards of the same batch number. (Raw materials refer to stainless steel embryo, stainless steel strip, etc.)

3. When carrying out stainless steel surface processing, the processing technology, stainless steel performance standards and customer quality standards shall be fully considered. It is not allowed to destroy or reduce the original performance advantages of stainless steel after surface treatment.

4. The texture of some stainless steel surfaces processed, sharpened or polished are all specific, generally called unilateral. If the texture is vertical rather than horizontal under the application condition, the air pollutants are not easy to adhere to it, and will be more easily cleaned.