Several causes of corrosion of stainless steel knobs
1. If there are acid and alkaline substances on the surface of the stainless steel knob, chemical reactions will occur, causing local corrosion, so we should try to avoid alkali and salt substances when using the knob.
2. Secondly, some organic juice will form organic acid when encountering the stainless steel knob, so the metal surface of the knob will corrode in a long time.
3. In some polluted air, there are a lot of sulfide, nitrogen oxide and other gases, so it is easy to cause chemical corrosion.
4. If there are other metal residues on the surface of the knob, some chemical reactions will occur in the case of humid air, which will damage the protective film of the knob.
T52-nut-type locking knob
Use SUS304 material
Stainless steel has corrosion resistance and is used in special sanitary and climate conditions. Under environmental conditions or where the law requires the use of corrosion-resistant materials
Uses: chemical, food, equipment and testing instruments