What is the choice of materials for use with float mirrors?
The general materials with float mirrors are made of Hastelloy, titanium, tantalum, stainless steel, etc. What are the differences between these different float mirrors, and the performance is What, here is the introduction of each material, by comparing we see which material is better. Hastelloy: an oxidation-resistant acid such as nitric acid, a mixture of chromic acid and sulfuric acid; an oxidizing salt or an oxidizing agent containing additional oxidizing agents. It has good corrosion resistance to seawater, alkali solution and chloride solution. Titanium: Corrosion resistance to salt water, various chlorides and hypochlorites and various hydroxides.钽: In addition to hydrofluoric acid, almost all the chemical medium of the wrist is eroded. Because it is cheaper, it is only used for hydrochloric acid and concentrated sulfuric acid. Stainless steel: used for weakly corrosive media and neutral solutions such as water for manufacturing, life-use water, sewage, and weak acids such as carbonic acid and acetic acid. Different chemical compositions are not the same for the use of float-type mirror materials. At this time, it is necessary to see the scope of use of float-type mirrors. In general, these types are more commonly used.