Date Published:Apr. 15. 2019
Vol. 13 Explaining the Rust Source "Galvanic Corrosion"
So what is "galvanic corrosion"?
Galvanic corrosion is corrosion that appears when dissimilar metals are in a state where electricity can be easily conducted (under water or in wet areas). It is also sometimes called bimetallic corrosion.
What causes this?
Effects of Galvanic Corrosion
How can we prevent this rusting?
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Vol. 11 Back to Basics Series! Introducing Various Types of Screws
This time we are going back to the basics to talk about the types of screws used by machinery. Nedzigon will focus on frequently used metric standard screws and introduce hex head screws and machine screws.
Vol.7 Screw Tightening Control Methods
Although fastening objects using the axial force generated from tightening is the main role of screws (bolts), in actual work, I think there are many people who control the torque by tightening with a torque wrench, because it is difficult to directly monitor the axial force, and so guarantee the axial force that way. However, there are other methods of control for tightening screws (bolts). These include those with only slightly greater axial force variation than with a torque wrench. Today, Nedzigon will tell you all about them.