Production process and application of hot-dip galvanized iron wire
Hot dip galvanized iron wire is an iron wire produced by drawing, heating, and then drawing a wire rod, and finally coating the surface with zinc through a hot-dip process. According to different application environments, there are other different names such as electro-galvanized iron wire, Black Annealed Wire, PVC Coated Galvanized Iron Wire and so on.
The amount of zinc on hot-dip galvanized iron wire is generally controlled in the range of 30g/m^2—290g/m^2 according to the requirements of the use environment. Because the products produced by the hot-dip galvanizing process have a long anti-corrosion life and a wide range of use environments, hot-dip galvanized iron wires are widely used in various fields such as heavy industry, light industry, and agriculture in the form of nets, ropes, and wires.
Product manufacturing process：
Iron wire produced by drawing, heating, drawing, and finally coating zinc on the surface through hot-dip galvanizing process。
Hot-dip galvanizing process: finished product pickling-washing-adding auxiliary plating solution-drying-rack plating-cooling-chemical chemical-cleaning-polishing-hot-dip galvanizing completion。
Used for all kinds of woven nets, handicrafts, metal hoses, lashings for agriculture and construction。