Metal electropolishing is used to remove irregularities from the surface of metal and obtain a shiny and smooth appearance. This process is typically used to polish copper, zinc, silver and other metals.
During electropolishing, the metal is exposed to an electric current. The process involves several steps, including removal of deposits, removal of damage, surface repair and subsequent polishing.
In the first step, the deposits that have accumulated on the surface of the metal are removed. This process usually involves the removal of corrosion stains, grease, dust and dirt.
The damage that has occurred on the surface of the metal is then removed. Damage can be caused by chemicals or mechanical influences.
In the next step, the surface of the metal is repaired. This is usually done by means of an electric current that reduces the stress on the surface of the metal.
Finally, the metal is polished. This process is usually carried out using polishing wheels or other tools that can remove minor irregularities from the surface of the metal.
Metal electropolishing is generally considered an effective way to improve the appearance of metal and increase its durability. This process is often used to produce high-end products, including tools, furniture, cookware and even aircraft parts and other components that our company manufactures for customers.