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Galvanized wire production and processing techniques

Galvanized steel wire is processed from low carbon steel wire rod. It is made of low carbon steel and undergoes processes such as drawing forming, pickling and rust removal, high temperature annealing, and hot dip galvanizing.

Galvanized iron wire has good toughness and elasticity. It has the characteristics of thick galvanized layer and strong corrosion resistance.

During the production process, in order to meet high hardness and good wear resistance, some parts are made of steel or undergo strict heat treatment processes to meet technical requirements. If ordinary carbon steel processing can meet the strength requirements, taking into account the specific working conditions and the possibility and economy of process implementation, composite iron coating can be used for surface strengthening. The iron-based composite coating has high hardness and good wear resistance, but is difficult to process and can only be ground. It is more convenient if it is used for surface strengthening of parts that do not require processing.

The temperature of galvanized iron wire is controlled between 30 and 50°C. Continuous production does not require heating, but does require cooling. This method can not only lay thin-walled plastic pipes on the edge of the trench and cool them with tap water, but also use titanium pipes as temperature control devices. During the composite electroplating process, the plating solution needs to be stirred to obtain a composite coating in which particles are dispersed in the base metal.

Post time: Jun-12-2024
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