What is the difference between hot-dip galvanized wire and cold-dip galvanized wire?
Everyone knows that there are many kinds of galvanized wire, including galvanized wire, galvanized fine wire, fine galvanized wire, cold galvanized wire, soft galvanized wire and so on.
Now let's introduce the difference between hot-dip galvanized wire and cold-dip galvanized wire.
Hot-dip galvanizing is immersed in molten zinc solution. The production speed is fast. if you want to know electro galvanized wire price
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Although the coating is thick, it is not uniform. The lowest thickness on the market is 45 microns, and the highest can reach more than 300 microns. The color is darker and consumes more zinc metal, but it has good corrosion resistance. Hot-dip galvanizing in outdoor environment can last for decades.
Cold galvanizing (galvanizing) is a process in which zinc is gradually coated with metal surface through unidirectional current in the electroplating bath. Although the production speed is slow, the coating is uniform and thin, usually only 3-15 microns, with bright appearance and relatively poor corrosion resistance.
Application of Hot Galvanized
The application of hot-dip galvanized wire will be introduced in detail.
Hot-dip galvanized wire is widely used in construction, handicraft, preparation of wire mesh, manufacture of galvanized lace mesh, plaster wall mesh, highway guardrail, product packaging and ordinary civil and other fields.
(1) Application methods:
(1) The main methods of stretching and strengthening with galvanized iron wire are: octagonal, inverted octagonal, cross, zigzag or inverted zigzag, etc. Various pulling methods can be used independently or in combination with two or more methods. The pull stress may be symmetrical.
(2) When stretching and reinforcing, the single or double galvanized wire should be surrounded reciprocally between the two tie points of goods and vehicles, and the galvanized wire should be tightened so that the tightness of each strand can be as common as possible. Some of the remaining strands should be crossed around their own rope poles, and be tightened by a winch, with the remaining tail facing the vehicle.
3. The pulling position of the goods should be selected reasonably. When it is used to avoid horizontal movement of goods, the pulling direction should be as low as possible; when it is used to avoid overturning of goods, the pulling direction can be appropriately higher.