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The difference between the Galvanized wire and Redrawing wire

2018-01-09 16:07 by qunkun
1. Galvanized wire is also divided into hot-dip galvanized wire and cold galvanized wire (galvanized zinc wire). The difference is that hot-dip galvanizing is hot dip galvanizing in molten zinc bath. The production speed is fast, the coating thickness is not uniform. The lowest allowable thickness of the market is 45 microns, up to 300 microns above. The color is dark, it consumes more zinc metal and forms the penetration layer with the matrix metal. It has good corrosion resistance. The hot dip galvanizing can be kept for decades in the outdoor environment. Cold galvanizing (zinc plating) is to make zinc gradually plated on the metal surface in the electroplating bath by current unidirecting. The production speed is slow, the coating is uniform, and the thickness is thin. It is usually only 3-15 microns, the appearance is bright, and the corrosion resistance is poor, usually it will rust in a few months. Compared with hot galvanizing, the production cost of electrogalvanizing is low.
 
2. Redrawing wire is made of hot-dip galvanized or galvanized wire, the surface is smooth, bright, its tensile strength becomes stronger. It is mainly used for making clothes, making, construction, medical, communications, weaving, printing, high pressure pipe, tie line, handicrafts etc.. Good quality and low price, there is a wide range of wire for you to choose. In order to avoid frequent maintenance, wire binding has been increasingly used in daily life and high-end leisure places.


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