Mild steel wires (HB wires) are drawn through the ‘cold drawing process’ using steel wire rod, deriving from the excellent quality raw material of our company. Wire Rod is first D-scaled with the help of Double plain descaler rid of the mild scale and then the cleaned wire rod is processed further to passed through a number of dies & drums with an average reduction of 25% to eventually achieve the targeted final product size and then it is taken in bundle shape of appropriate individual castings.
H. B. Wire is a raw material for manufacturing of G. I. Wire, Binding Wire, Weld Mesh, Welding Electrodes, etc and for other uses such as Cement Pole, Cement Pipe, Bridges, and Handicrafts. H. B. Wire is highly used for manufacturing Nails and Cycle Spokes.
Galvanized steel wire is a versatile wire that has undergone the chemical process of galvanization. Galvanization involves coating stainless steel wire with a protective, rust-preventive metal, like zinc. Galvanized wire is strong, rust-resistant and multi-purposeful. It also comes in a variety of gauges.
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Binding wire is made from galvanized, plastic coated, and annealed steel wire. The material has good ductility, is soft and flexible, and is easily bent and tied in a knot With heat treatment, binding wire becomes softer and stronger. The zinc will protect the wire from corrosion and strengthen its resistance. Galvanized binding wires are available in matte or shiny finishes, which make them easy to protect against environmental damage. PVC coated binding wire has resistance to corrosion.
The binding wire manufacturing process consists of two stages. In the first stage are made of steel billets, and burn it, and the second – passed under high pressure through a hole by drawing. It has a circular cross section. The diameter of binding wires without coating ranges from 0.16 mm – 2 mm, and the diameter of coated wires ranges from 0.2 mm to 2 mm. The most common use diameter is 0.8 mm, 1 mm and 1.2 mm.
Barbed wire, fence wire usually consisting of two longitudinal wires twisted together to form cable and having wire barbs wound around either or both of the cable wires at regular intervals. Barbed wire comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and gauges, with cables that are single or double, round, half-round, or flat. Twisted double cables provide extra strength and allow contraction and expansion without breaking. Barbs are diagonally cut in order to provide sharper points; they may consist of a single piece (two or four points) and are usually spaced every 4 to 5 inches (10 to 13 cm).
The first patents on the barbed wire were taken out in the United States in 1867, but it was not until 1874, when Joseph Glidden of De Kalb, Ill., invented the practical machine for its manufacture, that the innovation became widespread. By 1890, fenced pastureland had virtually replaced the open range in the western United States.