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Continuous pickling of hot rolled steel sheet with hydrochloric acid
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discusses pickling in pickling plants and the optimization of pickling in continuous pickling lines. Although a variety of chemicals is mentioned regarding steel pickling, more specific data is available only for hydrochloric and sulfuric acid. Information on less commonly used chemicals is scattered and very application-specific. Vlastimil Kuklík, Jan Kudláček, in Hot-Dip Galvanizing of Steel Structures, Pickling solutions. Ferrous chloride is generated in the pickling solution (when it is based on hydrochloric acid) during its gradual saturation with iron from steel parts pre-treated for galvanizing. A new pickling bath is started with the free acid.
This invention provides a method and an apparatus for removing scales from hot-rolled steel strips to produce steel strips with excellent surface conditions. In a pickling facility to pickle the hot-rolled steel strip, the pickling method of this invention passes an electric current through the continuously fed, hot-rolled steel strip in one or more of a plurality of pickling by: Pickle liquor can come in many forms; carbon steels with an alloy content of less than 6% are often pickled in hydrochloric or sulfuric acid. For steels that have a higher carbon content, a two-step pickling process is required, with additional acids used (phosphoric, hydrofluoric, and nitric acid).
Pickling & oiling. Laura Metaal Staalcenter Maastricht has a unique continuous sheet pickling line that was specially developed for and with us. The quality of the outgoing material is unmatched. Hot-rolled non-alloy and low-alloy steel is covered with a mill scale. This layer is undesirable for further treatments, in particular laser cutting. Cold Rolled Sheet: Cold sheet has excellent type and surface quality and mechanical property indexes meeting customer demands. It is widely used for galvanized substrate, home appliances, tubbing, automobile, building, enamel, and other industries. Hot Rolling Pickling Steel Strip 1、Range and Production Capacity.
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Hydrochloric acid is used primarily for continuous pickling operations in which hot-rolled strip steel is passed through a countercurrent flow of acid solution. In addition to steel pickling, hydrochloric acid is used in aluminum etching, metal prefixing for galvanizing and soldering, and metal cleaning.
Sulfuric acid pickling; Hydrochloric acid pickling; Nitric acid pickling; Hydrofluoric acid pickling; Pickling must choose different media according to the material of the steel, for example, pickling carbon steel with sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid, pickling stainless steel with mixed acid of nitric acid and hydrofluoric acid.
cpl - continuous pickling line It is the line where the oxide layers formed on the surface of hot rolled materials are cleaned by passing through Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) baths. General information. Laboratory studies of HCl pickling of hot-rolled Type L steel under conditions spanning the range of HCl, dissolved iron, and temperature that might be encountered in actual practice show that for both iron-free solutions and solutions containing iron, the major factors that influence pickling time are temperature and acid concentration.
With HCl pickling, unlike H2SO4 pickling, the influence Cited by: 4. forms by heat treatment on the surface of steel sheets. Scale must be removed by pickling, as it has an adverse effect on the appearance and properties of steel prod-ucts. However, over-pickling causes roughening of the surface layer of the steel sheet and shortens the life of the pickling solution.
For these reasons, control of the acid. Continuous production line for producing a strip of rolled sheet of steel comprising applying to said sheet of steel an aqueous pickling solution containing hydrochloric acid and ferric and ferrous pickling irons in solution, and, for the purpose of maintaining a constant pickling power of the aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid having a pH lower than 1, maintaining the concentration of Fe 3 Cited by: KEYWORDS: steel strip, cold rolling, pickling, hydrochloric acid, pollution 1.
Introduction Cold rolling mill within an integrated steel mill is a complex technological line which is specialized in the manufacturing of low carbon steel bands or sheets. A cold-rolled sheet is a hot-rolled sheet thatFile Size: KB. Continuous Pickling Line (CPL) HCL Continuous Pickling Line with a capacity of Mtpa uses proven and reliable technology to process hot rolled carbon steel as per the technical specifications.
The process of pickling involves removing oxide scales from the surface of the hot rolled steel, by treating it with dilute hydrochloric acid. The combined effect of strip velocity with other parameters on pickling rate of hot-rolled low-carbon steel in hydrochloric acid (HCl) solutions was determined.
Pickling is the process to remove scaling from the surface of hot rolled steel for further and oxide layers are harder than steel and hence hinder the process of cold rolling of low carbon steel.
Oxide layer forms on steel during manufacturing and hot-working when surface reacts with oxygen in the air. The composition of the formed oxide scale depends on the cooling rate. Scales on the hot rolled coil. The following diagram shows the effect of temperature and acid concentration on descaling time (which can be converted to speed) for low carbon hot rolled strip pickled in hydrochloric acid.
Advantages of using hydrochloric acid (over sulphuric acid): Faster pickling rates; Brighter pickled surface; Well proven, efficient regeneration methods; A lower volume of spent pickle liquor, especially if indirect.
Pickling and oiling improves hot-rolled steel plate in durability and workablility at a low cost. It provides a cleaner surface hot rolled product suitable for painting with a limited barrier to rust formation.
It is an all purpose steel product used for roll-formed shapes, pipe, tubing, industrial storage racks, automotive and other stampings, air compressor housings, filter housings.
Types of Acid. Batch hot-dip galvanizers commonly use hydrochloric acid (HCL) or sulfuric acid (H2SO4) for pickling operations in their plant. Very similar pickling rates can be obtained from either choice of acid through a selection of bath temperature and bath strength. The combined effect of strip velocity with other parameters on pickling rate of hot-rolled low-carbon steel in hydrochloric acid (HCl) solutions was determined.
At temperatures from to°F(66 to 93°), the time required for pickling decreased substantially as strip velocity was increased from 0 to about fpm (76 mpm); no further decrease in time resulted when velocities were Cited by: 4.
Conditions for the Reaction to Occur For this reaction to occur, the ferrous metals must be added to a vat of "pickle liquor", which must be heated to about 80*C(*F). The pickle liquor is usually made up mostly of hydrochloric acid, although sulfuric acid is also used sometimes.
Although Pickling is an eco friendly way to clean jewelery. Study of the picklability of mm hot-rolled steel strip in hydrochloric acid. HCl pickling of hot-rolled Type L steel under conditions spanning the range of HCl, dissolved iron, and.
Table 1. Content of Elements in Steel Sheets Element С Mn Si Cu S P AI w/% ÖÖ4 Ö25 tion with iron ions. Analysis is based on experi mental results obtained at pickling of deep-draw ing cold rolled steel sheets intended for enamel ling.
EXPERIMENTAL Cold rolled steel sheets produced by East. Choice of Acid for Pickling: As discussed earlier, hydrochloric or sulphuric acids are generally employed for pickling of steel articles in galvanizing plants.
However, if overall aspects are considered, it is found that hydrochloric acid pickling has an edge over sulphuric acid pickling. However, in case, the plant is unable to switch. of million tons of steel.3 A large number of steel products are subjected to acid pickling, including sheet and strip, bars, rods, wires, and tubes.
All of these products can be classified as steel mill products. The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) estimated U.S. shipments of steel mill products at million tons.4 Although. 4 Steel Pickling With Hydrochloric Acid 21 What Happens 21 How Much Acid Do We Need 24 How Much Ferrous Chloride Do We Get 25 5.
Let’s Get Practical 25 What To Do It In 25 Pickling A Batch of Steel 26 Pickling Several Batches 28 Continuous Pickling 29 6. Rinsing The Steel 31 Water Water Everywhere. The heart of the Pickling Line, its acid baths, consists of four tanks in a row containing hydrochloric acid in concentrations ranging from 2% to 10% at temperatures held between and degrees Fahrenheit.
Chemical inhibitors are added to discourage the acid from attacking the steel beneath the scale (the ‘base metal’).File Size: KB.A hot rolled pickled and oiled (P&O) steel sheets are an excellent candidate for most processing techniques.
A hot rolled steel sheets have smooth, blue-grey finish. P&O sheets are standard hot rolled steel sheets that has undergone a “pickling” process, meaning the sheets have been dipped into an acid in order to remove the mill.During shaping, the stainless steel was heated at °C for 3 h, hot-rolled down to a thickness of mm, and annealed at °C for 2 min.
After that processing, a continuous oxide layer was present at the surface. The resulting material is referred to in this study as “oxidised stainless steel”.Cited by: