Precautions for cleaning stainless steel screens
Stainless steel screens are often used in industrial production, mainly for industrial filtration and purification. When it comes to stainless steel, many people believe that it will not rust. However, this is not the case. In some special cases, stainless steel can also undergo oxidation and corrosion, so regular maintenance is necessary. So, what are the precautions for cleaning stainless steel screens?
The surface of stainless steel is coated with bleach and various acids. Immediately rinse with water, then soak with ammonia solution or neutral carbonated soda solution, and wash with neutral detergent or warm water.
When there are rainbow patterns on the surface of stainless steel filter screens, it is caused by excessive use of cleaning agents or oil. When washing, warm water neutral cleaning agents can be used to remove rust. Rust caused by dirt on the surface of stainless steel can be washed with 10% nitric acid or abrasive cleaning agent, or with specialized cleaning drugs.
Stainless steel filter mesh. If there is dust on the surface of stainless steel and dirt can be easily removed, soap, weak detergent, or warm water can be used for cleaning. The trademark and film on the surface of stainless steel should be washed with warm water and a weak brush. The adhesive component should be wiped with alcohol or organic solvents (ether, benzene). The surface of stainless steel is contaminated with grease, oil, and lubricating oil. Use a soft cloth to clean it, and then use a neutral detergent or ammonia solution or a special detergent to clean it.