Air duct processing refers to the process of processing and manufacturing air ducts. Air duct is a piping system used for air transportation and emissions, commonly found in fields such as construction, industry, and aviation. The processing of air ducts mainly includes the following processes:
Material preparation: Select suitable air duct materials, such as galvanized sheet, stainless steel sheet, aluminum sheet, etc.
Cutting: According to the design requirements, the air duct material can be cut using tools such as shearing, cutting machines, saws, etc.
Flipping: Flip the edges of the air duct material to increase stiffness and facilitate installation.
Rolling: The cut air duct material is rolled into a cylindrical shape and welded or nailed to form the basic structure of the air duct.
Opening: As needed, make holes on the air duct for installing brackets, air inlet and outlet, etc.
Pressure roller: Use a pressure roller machine to shape the air duct and make its appearance flat.
Hanging: Install the air duct bracket and hang the air duct on the bracket to position it vertically and horizontally.
Welding: Weld the air duct interface and bracket to increase the sealing and strength of the air duct.
Insulation: Insulation treatment should be applied outside the air duct as needed to reduce heat and noise transmission.
Anti corrosion: Apply anti-corrosion treatment to air ducts to extend their service life.
The processing of air ducts requires the use of professional processing equipment and tools, such as cutting machines, pipe bending machines, welding machines, etc. The processing process needs to be operated according to design requirements and standards to ensure the quality and safety of the air duct.