The wire drawing process involves pulling a metal wire through a series of dies to reduce its diameter while increasing its length. The properties of the wire are influenced by various factors such as the chemical composition of the metal, the microstructure of the wire, the level of inclusions, the grain size, the presence of segregations, and the processing conditions. These factors can affect the mechanical properties, such as strength and ductility, as well as other properties such as corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity.
We offer high-quality wires for structures in pre-stressed concrete, which are used to reinforce concrete structures and improve their strength and durability. Pre-stressed concrete is a technique that involves applying compressive forces to the concrete before it is subjected to external loads, which helps to counteract the tensile forces that develop when the structure is loaded. Our wires are manufactured under strict quality controls to ensure consistent performance and meet industry standards. They are available in various diameters and strengths to fulfill the specific needs of our customers.
We use two types of steel wires for this sector, which are:
We offer hot-dip galvanized and aluminum-coated high carbon steel wires. Some of its uses are: Wires for electric fence.
Steel, cold drawn, uncoated, or galvanized wires that are used to manufacture springs: industrial type, mattress spring, for rolling, wires for the manufacture of screen-type meshes, manufacture of elements for hosiery and other uses.