Stainless steel heat exchange tubes are widely used in daily life in addition to industry, and are deeply loved by people. Its material is stainless steel, which has excellent corrosion resistance and is relatively not easy to rust. But not easy to rust is not impossible to rust, let’s discuss the factors that will cause stainless steel heat exchange tubes to rust.
The contact of stainless steel heat exchange tubes with chloride ions is a big reason for their rust.
Chloride ions exist in a wide range, such as salt, sweat traces, sea water, sea breeze, soil, etc. in daily life. In such an environment, stainless steel heat exchange tubes will corrode when they come into contact with them, and the speed will increase. than ordinary low carbon steel.
The correct way is to avoid storing it in coastal areas, and to wipe its surface regularly to keep it clean and tidy.