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|Material:||Steel 45#||Surface Treatment:||Blank|
|Casting Tolerance:||ISO 8062 CT5||Weight:||1.16 Kg|
CT5 Lost Wax Investment Casting,
ISO 8062 Carbon Steel investment Casting,
investment Casting Trailer Handle lightweight
Lost Wax Investment Casting Carbon Steel Handle Used In Trailer Made In China
This kind of handle is used for opening and closing doors of European trucks and containers. It is produced by lost wax casting( green wax) and the surface roughness is Ra. 6.3.
Designed with a meat grinder, this spiral helps push meat through the tube and grind the plate for smoother operation. It is directly installed on the outlet pipe assembly of the grinder, made of durable stainless steel, has long service life, and is easy to keep clean and disinfect.
1,What metal is the door handle?
Doors, windows, furniture and accessories are usually made of solid brass and then polished or electroplated. The most popular finishes are polished brass, polished chrome, satin chrome and satin nickel.
2,What should you do to prevent your meat grinder from blocking?
2.1. Remove the excess fat and bones from the meat.
2.2. Protect and maintain blades and plates.
2.3. Clean the blades thoroughly and allow time for drying.
2.4. Avoid overloading your meat grinder.
3,Why is minced meat blocked?
In most cases, clogging is caused by muscle, fat and some bones. So when your meat grinder is really blocked, you need to dismantle it correctly. It's not just clogging, but once you notice that your meat grinder is a bit dull, then it's time to clean it up.
|Carbon steel handle used in trailer||Steel 45#||blank||Trailer||ISO 8062 CT5||1.16kg|
Place of Origin
|Minimum Order Quantity||Price||Payment Terms|
|Honevice||ISO9001||Chengdu||10 Piece/Pieces||US $0.5 - 99 / Piece||T/T|
|Supply Ability||Delivery Time||Packaging Details|
|20000 Piece/Pieces per Month||2-4 weeks||Carton+Crate|
Drawing→ Mold → Wax injection→ wax tree assembling→ Shell moulding→ Dewax-buring→ pouring→ Shell removing→ Cuttiing-Griding→ Machining → Deburring → Surface Finishing → Assembly → Quality Inspection→ Packing
Contact Person: Mr. Fred Lee