Challenges in the auto parts industry
The automotive industry has very high quality requirements for accessories, and the negligence of accessories manufacturers will lead to problems in the use of products. Auto parts include metal parts such as engine parts, steering parts, braking systems, chassis parts, sheet metal products, leather and textile parts such as automotive interiors, car carpets, sensors, automotive lamps, relays, audio, automotive instruments, ignition modules and other electrical appliances Instrument accessories. Moisture of metal parts is prone to electrochemical corrosion, which affects the normal use of accessories. Automotive interior accessories generally have a heavy odor, which affects the end-user experience, and is prone to mold when exposed to moisture. Electrical instrument accessories are prone to circuit failures when wet, resulting in component failure.
Exported auto parts are usually transported by sea. The temperature difference between day and night at sea is huge, and the container is prone to moisture. “Container rain” will cause the packaging of auto parts to become moldy, deformed or even collapse, and the labels will fall off, affecting the sales of parts.
The following are some of the challenges that the auto parts industry often faces:
In order to avoid corrosion of metal parts, the auto parts industry often adopts technologies such as surface treatment, oiling and VCI, but these technologies are expensive and affect the environment. It is recommended to use a desiccant solution to solve the problem of corrosion of metal auto parts, which is more cost-effective and more environmentally friendly. The moisture-proof of electrical instrumentation auto parts and interior accessories is also applicable.
For the problem of heavy odors in car interior accessories, our activated carbon deodorant products can be used to physically adsorb odors, which are safe and environmentally friendly.