Phosphate coated pipe

Phosphate coated pipe Definition

Ultra high precision steel pipe is always used as the base pipe for phosphating steel pipes. We use the imported environmental friendly phosphating solution to make both inner and outer surface of the pipe phosphated.

After phosphating process, according to clients need, we will choose to let pipe surfer the saponification process, which can improve its lubricity. Antirust oil will be absorbed by the micropores in the phosphating film for antirust treatment, and both ends of pipes will be covered by caps for dust proof treatment.
The phosphating steel pipes is in dark bright color, its inner and outer surface cleanliness is very high. It is can be used in hydraulic system directly. Our company production range for Phosphating steel pipe: OD18mm~80mm, WT 1.5mm~15mm.

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1Why should seamless pipes be phosphatized?
Phosphating can obviously improve the corrosion resistance of the paint film, and the corrosion resistance of painting after phosphating the surface of seamless steel pipe is about 12 times higher than that of painting directly without phosphating. Therefore, as a pretreatment before painting, the quality of phosphating directly affects the corrosion resistance of the paint film.
2What will happen if the steel pipe is not pickled then phosphatized?
If the steel pipe is not pickled, there may be oxides and oil stains on the surface, which can not be removed by the phosphating solution, and the phosphating quality will be reduced
3What problems should be paid attention to in order to ensure the anti-corrosion quality?
In phosphating process every working procedure is very important, degreasing should be done without any oil, pickling should be done without any rust, surface phosphating should be normal in temperature and proper in concentration, every washing should be cleaned, and it should be dried or scalded before oil immersion. The most important thing is to choose a good surface treatment product. Anti-corrosion phosphating is generally high-temperature pure manganese phosphating at 92~98℃, and good anti-rust oil is required.