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All Things You Need to Know about Sink Roll and Electromagnetic Stirrer
Views: 92 Update date: Jan 04,2023

Sink Roll is an easy roll but hard to make. They work in highly corrosive environments such as molten zinc, galvalume, galvanile, lead and aluminium. They typically see temperatures in excess of 800 degrees Fahrenheit for weeks at a time. The materials used are made to withstand this criterion. Therefore, it is difficult to machine.

 

Specifications of Sink Roll:

· Material: It is generally stainless steel capable of withstanding high temperatures and high corrosion over long periods of time.

· Shape: It has various shapes that are put on the body, from straight body, crown and slender

· Groove: Variety of groove patterns and pitches according to customer specifications

· Coating: Most automotive product lines contain carbides. But some of these rolls are uncoated.

· Balance: These reels can operate at high line speeds. But due to the fact that these rolls are in the molten liquid, so there is a static equilibrium.

· Life: Uncoated rollers can last up to 2 weeks, but with a special carbide coating and bushings, they can last up to 2 weeks.

 

Uses of An Electromagnetic Stirrer:

The primary use of an electromagnetic stirrer is to conduct biological and chemical experiments by mixing two components. It is ideal for solid or liquid samples to obtain a uniform liquid mixture Samples include media for bacterial growth and chemical synthesis.

 

How Will Electromagnetic Stirrer Work?

An electromagnetic stirrer is placed in a container immersed in the fluid. A separate magnet is placed under the container to magnetize the stirring bar. The bottom magnet is usually attached to the rotating motor. If the magnet is close enough, the electromagnetic stirrer rotates inside the container. Depending on usage, you can configure your electromagnetic stirrer with a hot plate to heat your sample while it is stirring. By using an electromagnetic stirrer, you can mix different samples for different applications.


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