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  • How To Take Out The Full Threaded Stud

    How To Take Out The Full Threaded Stud

      1. First, remove the sludge on the surface of the broken full threaded stud, use the center to kill the center of the section, and then use an electric drill to install a 6-8 mm diameter drill, and drill a hole in the center of the section, pay attention to the hole. To drill through. After the ho... Read More

    31-12-2021 Industry News
  • Why Do China Fasteners Need Hot-dip Galvanizing

    Why Do China Fasteners Need Hot-dip Galvanizing

      This is related to the life of the parts. Rust and corrosion of the parts are serious problems in the parts. Therefore, the way to extend the life of the machine is to make the parts of the machine more corrosion-resistant. Hot-dip galvanizing process can extend the life of hot-dip galvanized Chin... Read More

    07-01-2022 Industry News
  • What Causes The Full Threaded Stud To Corrode And Rust?

    What Causes The Full Threaded Stud To Corrode And Rust?

      1. The attachment of dust or dissimilar metal particles, in the humid air, the attachment and the condensed water of the full threaded stud connect the two into a micro-battery, which triggers an electrochemical reaction and damages the protective film, which is called Electrochemical corrosion.  ... Read More

    14-01-2022 Industry News
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