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Where do metal impurities come from? What are the hazards?

Where do metal impurities come from? What are the hazards?

Issue Time:2020-10-27

Because many metal residues have a great adverse effect on machinery and equipment and manufacturing, so in order to prevent these effects. We all think of the need for a metal separator, so where does the metal residue come from? What damage does it cause?

Where does the metal residue come from:

1. Open type of artificial feeding and raw material container

2. Use recycled raw materials polluted by the environment

3. Broken blades or iron scraps caused by CNC lathe cutting

4. Carelessness of staff

5. Falling off or ground materials from the belt conveyor pipeline

6. Avoid malicious damage


What is the harm of metal residue

1. Damage to the screw and barrel of the extruder

2. Blocking the nozzle and injection mold runner (hot runner)

3. Increase the pressure of hot oil and cause plastic flow to block

4. Metal scratched injection mold

5. The finished product contains metal, causing short-circuit failure and non-insulation

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