|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pcs|
|Delivery Time:||5-8 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||100 pcs/month|
|Hardness:||Normal / Enhanced||Sea Transportation:||Large Order Only|
|Sample:||Charged Only||Special Size:||7.7*82mm / 7.8*100mm|
|Cigarette Rod Length:||57mm / 67mm / Customed||Tipping Width:||50mm / 64mm|
cog belt system,
cigarette cutting blade
Red Oxide Rolling Block Of Cigarette Filter Assembly Machine Max 3 For Wrapping Tipping Paper
Blackened Rolling Block is a casting part of filter assembly machine, placed next to the rolling drum, functioning together to roll the tipping paper and connect the filter and the cigarette.
Mid-Temperature Black Oxide
Like hot black oxide, mid-temperature black oxide converts the surface of the metal to magnetite (Fe3O4). Yet mid-temperature black oxide blackens at a temperature of 220–245 °F (104–118 °C), significantly less than hot black oxide. This is advantageous because it is below the solution's boiling point, meaning there are no caustic fumes produced.
Since mid-temperature black oxide is most comparable to hot black oxide, it also can meet the military specification MIL-DTL-13924, as well as AMS 2485.
Before business actually starts, we can always send you samples(wear parts/ consumables/ spares) for quality test.
Clients are always welcome to our office to make better communication, and also to our plants for an on-site view. Please inform us beforehand so that we could meet you since your arrival.
We provide on-site engineering technical service for installation and assembly of complete machines if requested.
For requirement of specific certification to meet import regulations of certain nations, inform us beforehand to get our products certified if they are not yet.
Black Oxide Specs
The oldest and most widely used specification for hot black oxide is MIL-DTL-13924, which covers four classes of processes for different substrates. Alternate specifications include AMS 2485, ASTM D769, and ISO 11408.
This is the process used to blacken wire ropes for theatrical applications and flying effects.
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