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Performance Characteristics

What Are the Differences in the Materials of Explosion-Proof Boxes

In the use of explosion-proof products, various materials like aluminum alloy die-casting, steel plate welding, engineering plastics, and stainless steel are often encountered.

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Stainless Steel

For highly corrosive environments, using explosion-proof boxes made of stainless steel is safer. Its corrosion resistance is excellent in all aspects. Materials such as 201, 304, 316 are used based on the degree of corrosion.

Aluminum Alloy

Aluminum alloy die-casting is more common in our production process due to its cost-effectiveness and appealing appearance. However, its drawback is the limitation in size. Large dimensions cannot be die-cast, and strength cannot be guaranteed. It is suitable for a small number of components.

Engineering Plastics

Engineering plastics, offering some degree of corrosion resistance, are chosen for certain environments. However, they are limited in size, accommodating not too many components.

Steel Plate

Its corrosion and erosion resistance is average, but it offers great flexibility. Customizable in various sizes, lengths, widths, and depths, it can be tailored to specific needs. Its flexibility is a significant advantage.

Moreover, steel plates have higher strength and safety compared to aluminum alloy.

Different casings are used for different scenarios. In actual production, aluminum alloy and steel box casings are more common, while stainless steel and engineering plastics are mostly used in highly corrosive environments. Steel plate and stainless steel materials allow for customization in any size.



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