Challenges facing the military industry
Under the environment of high temperature and high humidity, it is not conducive to the preservation of military parts, instruments, weapons and equipment, and ammunition. The damage caused by humidity, mold and metal oxidation occurs at any time. Often, by the time of discovery, the product may useless. This is not only time-consuming and expensive for subsequent repairs and maintenance, but also seriously affects work efficiency and product quality.
Moisture damage to military products usually includes: ammunition corrosion causes difficulty in shell removal and low shooting accuracy; fuze parts are affected by moisture, which affects the normal operation of the fuze, resulting in inaccurate effects, and even promotes insurance to cause serious accidents; when the humidity is too high, the moisture content of gunpowder If it increases, it will not be easy to ignite, the burning rate will decrease and the combustion in the chamber will be incomplete, resulting in delayed or close rounds when launching.
In addition to metal products, military products also include some wood, paper, cloth, and leather parts, which are affected by moisture and will become moldy; electronic military products will have the risk of crashing when wet, optical military instruments or Moisture of parts will cause mildew and fogging, which will affect the normal use of the product.
The following are some of the challenges that the military industry often faces:
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