Application of plastic clips


The most widely used plastic clips are the garment dyeing industry and the alumina electrolysis industry.

1. In the process of coloring clothing fabrics, the industry usually clamps the fabrics with clips and soaks them in a mixture of acid or alkaline dyes and water. Since the clips are made of all plastic, they will not rust. Ordinary daily-use clips have metal springs, which are prone to rust when they come into contact with the pharmaceutical industry, contaminate clothes, and cause stains that are difficult to clean. Therefore, it is generally not recommended to use in the clothing dyeing industry. Metal plastic clips are used as dyeing jigs.

2. In the process of producing alumina, the industry usually immerses the aluminum plate in an acidic liquid for electrolysis, or soaks it in an acidic solution to thicken the natural oxide film on the surface or produce other passive films. In these processes, the industry often needs to clamp the aluminum plate, and the requirements for the fixture must be insulation, acid resistance, and will not react with the medicine during the electrolysis process, so as to avoid the electrolysis of the medicine is wasted on unnecessary fixtures. It also avoids the production of other substances produced by the chemical potion from being polluted. This requires non-electrolytic, acid-resistant plastic clips. And the material of the clip must be PP (polypropylene) plastic, otherwise other plastic types may be corroded by acidic liquids.