Scratches on double-pitch chains will increase the appearance of chain corrosion
Scratches on double-pitch chains can increase the appearance of chain corrosion. What are the effects of scratches on the double-pitch chain? Increasing the temperature can cause thermal cracking or cross-linking of the rubber, increase the oxygen diffusion rate and activate the oxidation reaction, and the double-pitch chain accelerates the rubber oxidation reaction speed, thereby affecting stainless steel.
The chain plate constitutes aging. Under the repeated action of mechanical stress and the continuous friction process with the roller, the stainless steel chain plate will break the rubber molecular chain to generate free radicals, trigger the oxidation chain reaction, and form a force chemical process. In addition, ozone cracking is easily caused by stress.