Maintaining a Consistent Finish Means Watching the Thermometer

Most soak and electro-cleaners operate within a range of 140-180 deg F (60-82 deg C). Upon prolonged cooling – over a wintry weekend, for example – the working solutions may drop to a temperature low enough for some of the components to precipitate out. This, in turn, forms a sludging and scaling condition in the process tank. To avoid a “deep freeze” that can slow down or stop production and finishing, make a service checklist and winterize process baths and equipment. In the event things are hot, cool them down to the appropriate temperature range.

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Excerpt: For metal finishers one thing is certain the weather will impact the quality of your surface finishing process. Depending on the time of year, it gets cold – and it gets hot.

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