Multiply the area by the area (1 square meter) and multiply by the density of the metal zinc (7.14 g/cm3) to determine the amount of zinc (g/m2 or mg/m2). The galvanized wire screen is made of high-quality low-carbon galvanized wire. After being formed by automatic precision and accurate mechanical equipment spot welding, it adopts the surface treatment of zinc immersion process, and the production of conventional British standard. The mesh surface is smooth and tidy, and the structure is firm and uniform. Good performance, even if it is partially cut or subjected to pressure, it will not be loose. It is the strongest anti-corrosion performance in the whole galvanized wire screen, and it is also one of the most widely used net types of iron screen, high-quality anti-corrosion. Sexuality makes it popular in the breeding industry. The smooth and neat mesh surface adds a sense of look and feels and can play a certain decorative role. This feature also makes it perform in the mining industry due to the use of low-carbon quality materials. It makes it unique and has no flexibility. It determines its plasticity during use, which can be used for deep processing of hardware technology, complex wall squashing, underground leakage prevention and cracking. The light weight of the net body makes this cost much lower than the cost of the iron screen, and it is more economical and affordable. The galvanized wire needs to be cleaned before plating:
Compared with other galvanizing processes, the pre-plating cleaning requirements for the substrate during cyanide galvanizing are low. However, in the current trend of increasing the quality grade of cyanide galvanized layer, some pollutants are introduced into the plating tank. Obviously become harmful. Since cleaning the galvanized layer wastes a lot of time and reduces the yield, it is very important to properly clean the substrate and perform an effective rinsing operation before plating. Defects such as surface layer removal, surface inclusions, etc., which are widely removed from the exterior of the deposited layer, can be found and treated by conventional techniques; excess foam is formed by the incorporation of soap and saponifiable fatty surfactant into the bath. Moderate foam formation rates may be harmless. The large amount of tiny homogenous particles present in the bath stabilizes the foam layer, but the accumulation of excessive solid particles can cause an explosion. Use activated carbon to remove surface active substances. Or the foam is not stable by filtration, which is an effective measure; other measures should be taken to minimize the amount of surfactant introduced. The introduction of organic matter can significantly reduce the plating speed. Although the chemical formulation is advantageous for high deposition speeds, the thickness of the coating cannot be satisfied after the organic matter is taken, so that the activated carbon can be used to treat the bath.