How to deal with stainless steel chain rust
Stainless steel chains, like other materials exposed to the atmosphere, will be dirty. Future lectures will analyze design factors affecting maintenance and cleaning costs. However, there is a correlation between rain washout, manual flushing and dirty surfaces.
The effect of rainwater was determined by placing the same chain slats directly in the atmosphere and in a sheltered place. The effect of manual rinsing is determined by manually scrubbing the right side of each chain slat with a sponge and soapy water every six months. It was found that, compared with chain slats placed in sheltered and unwashed places, the removal of dust and deposits on the surface by rain washing and manual scrubbing had a good effect on the surface condition. It has also been found that the condition of the surface processing also has an effect, and a chain slat with a smooth surface is better than a chain slat with a rough surface.
Therefore, the washing interval is affected by many factors, the main influencing factor is the required aesthetic standard. Although many stainless steel curtain walls and chains are washed only when the glass is wiped, in general, the stainless steel used for the exterior is washed twice a year.