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Features and Applications of Galvanized Wire

Author: May

Jul. 12, 2022

Hardware

We all know that nowadays, most of the wire used for building bundling is galvanized with low zinc cold treatment. Why do galvanized wire manufacturers choose galvanized wire instead of ordinary wire? It is because galvanized wire is mainly used to protect metal from corrosion. Galvanized wire is widely used in the construction industry because it is flexible and does not rust easily.

  

Features of galvanized wire

Galvanized wire is processed from high quality low carbon steel coils, which are made of high quality low carbon steel, through drawing and forming, pickling and rust removal, high temperature annealing, and hot galvanizing. It is processed by the process of cooling and so on. Galvanized wire is also divided into hot galvanized wire and cold galvanized wire (electro galvanized wire). Galvanized iron wire has good toughness and flexibility, and the highest amount of zinc coating can reach 300g/m². It has characteristics such as thick galvanized layer and high corrosion resistance.

 

Features and Applications of Galvanized Wire

 

The production process of galvanized wire

Galvanized wire manufacturers use high quality low carbon steel coils to process into galvanized wire products, after cold drawing and forming, pickling and rust removal, high temperature annealing, hot galvanizing, cooling and other processes. The general production process of galvanized wire is coiled bar - large drawing - annealing - medium drawing - annealing - galvanizing. Galvanized wire has good toughness and elasticity, thick zinc layer and strong corrosion resistance.


Application of galvanized wire

At present, the products of galvanized wire manufacturers are mainly used in various fields such as construction, handicrafts, preparation of wire mesh, highway protection fence, product packaging and daily civilian use. Because of its better protective properties, hot-dip galvanized wire can be useful in various harsh environments and is now used in cutting-edge industries such as oil processing, marine surveys, and power transmission.


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