PROCESS OF MANUFACTURING STAINLESS STEEL VALVES

Author:     Published time:2017-02-04 17:43     Reading times:390    

The Stainless Steel allowed the largest global production of faucets with durable and superior quality valves.The important steps in manufacturing the stainless steel valves are as follows:

The hot steel alloy is poured into different tap molds, which are subjected to hot and cooling technique to give shape to the products. Once the batch of faucets is prepared, the designers and technical teams on the shop floor figure out the matching valve that would easily fit in the taps well that’s the short way of explanation. Read out for a detailed method.

 

The raw material (iron and alloy) is first melted to be used in different forms. It’s density and tensile strength is monitored through the fabrication process. An electric furnace burning at more than 400 degree Celsius is used for crafting tough steel.

 

Different grades of the stainless steel are required to manufacture the right quality of valves for use in industrial or residential purpose. Under this process, the alloy is molded and prepared through tuffling, sandblasting, and wire cutting.

 

Next follows the procedure of precision grinding that involve internal grinding of the stainless steel valve to produce the perfect cut and finish before the final product is sand blasted to give it a shimmering appeal and touch.

 

Modern baths and kitchens use designer faucets that require superior quality valve that would not rust easily die to regular use, and stainless steel is the perfect choice for designing such valves. For industrial tanks and machinery, that need valves only top grade stainless steel is used.

 


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