For a API pipe production line, you may need a series of machine to consist and work together. The first necessary one is metal spraying machine.
The Metal Spraying is a very critical operation in the manufacture processes of metallized film capacitor. Since the metal particles are produced by wire melted and high velocity to coat in the end faces, it makes contact with the capacitor winding primarily by partial penetration of the pockets in the end faces formed by staggering the films. Factors which affect the degree of penetration are mainly the velocity of the metal spray particles and their size. So the following important factors are influential capacitors quality: The temperature of metal spray particles, the size of metal spray particles, the velocity of metal spray particles, the average of metal spray particles
Incorrectly selected pipe spray painting machine can cause severe damage to end faces of the windings and produce unacceptably high power factor capacitors. The steel pipe spraying coating machine or called steel pipe painting production line is designed through our comprehensive research and accumulated ten-year of experience; as the requirements of regarding above specially performance of metal spraying in metallized film capacitor.
Another indispensible equipment is steel pipe printing marking machine. Companies that produce metal pipes, regardless of whether they are involved in construction, aerospace, electronics, etc., code these materials to enable traceability, display important production data, and prevent counterfeiting. These codes generally take the form of numeric lot numbers or machine-scannable bar codes.
Important Considerations for Metal Pipe Marking and Coding
Printing codes with a automatic marking machine in a consistently legible manner—in often challenging environments—requires you to consider certain key factors. Chief amongst these considerations are that:
Metal is non-porous: Unlike other substrates like wood, cardboard, and paper, metal does not absorb the ink applied to its surface. Accordingly, solvent-based inks are needed for this application, as they dry quicker than water-based inks—producing a sharp image on non-porous substrates.