What are the common processing methods for stainless steel welded pipe
1. Flame cutting and gas cutting simply do not work. The end of the pipe must be discolored, and the melting point of the oxides of chromium-nickel stainless steel, aluminum and aluminum alloy is higher than the melting point of the material itself, so it cannot be cut by oxygen cutting at all.
2. Carbon arc gouging Carbon arc gouging refers to the method of using graphite rods or the arc generated between the carbon rod and the workpiece to melt the metal and blow it off with compressed air to realize the processing of grooves on the metal surface. Carbon arc has smoke, dust pollution and arc radiation. Many metal residues after melting and cooling are attached to the inner wall, which is difficult to eradicate.