Process characteristics of electrostatic dry enamel
The enamel is applied to a suitably treated steel sheet and slowly fired at a temperature of 800 ° C or higher. This process creates a strong bond between the enamel and the steel plate, making them one. It has the stability of steel (compressive pressure, sufficient strength) and the corrosion resistance and electrical insulation of glass enamel. This perfect rust and electrical insulation is exactly what is necessary for the water heater liner.
In addition, enamel steel can withstand a temperature range of 60~+450°C and can withstand temperature fusion up to 200°C. It is waterproof, steam-resistant, acid-proof, and does not release any substances that are harmful to health or pollute the environment. Substances, including water, ions, electrolytic solutions, etc., are unlikely to penetrate the surface layer.