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Non-ferrous metal development requirements and mechanical properties
- Apr 23, 2018 -

The specific surface area of non-ferrous metals is very important to a certain extent. The surface area test data of its products is only true and reliable when measured by its BET method. Now many domestic instruments can only perform direct comparisons. .

The specific surface area of non-ferrous metals is a relatively complex process in the detection process, mainly due to the difference in the adsorption capacity of the sample. In the process of operation, some of the samples may take a day to test, if the test is in progress. Without fully automating it, testers can't leave at all times, and they must be highly concentrated, observe the dashboard, and manipulate the knobs. A little inattentiveness can lead to failure of the test process, which can waste a lot of valuable time for testers.

Non-ferrous metals are truly fully automated intelligent specific surface area tester products to a certain extent, so that to a certain extent, they can effectively meet the international standards of the testing instrument industry. All of the same international products are fully automated, and truly fully automated and intelligent. Surface area analyzer products liberate testers from repeated mechanical operations, greatly reducing their work intensity, simplifying training and improving work efficiency.

The non-ferrous alloy non-ferrous alloys generally have higher strength and hardness than pure metals. When used, the resistance of the non-ferrous alloys is greater than that of pure metals. During use, the non-ferrous alloys have a small temperature coefficient of resistance and will have good properties during use. Comprehensive mechanical properties. Commonly used non-ferrous alloys include aluminum alloys, copper alloys, magnesium alloys, nickel alloys, tin alloys, tantalum alloys, titanium alloys, zinc alloys, molybdenum alloys, zirconium alloys, and the like.

The national economy of non-ferrous metals is developing very rapidly. In the process of operations, the industries of automobiles, machinery manufacturing, aviation, aerospace, construction, household appliances, and communications are all based on non-ferrous metal materials. With modernization, With the rapid advancement of agriculture and science and technology, the status of non-ferrous metals in human development is increasingly important.