Four Kinds of Stainless Steel Wire Surface Introduction :
Steel wire usually refers to a product made of hot-rolled wire rod as raw material and processed through a series of processes such as heat treatment, pickling, and drawing. Its industrial uses are widely involved in springs, screws, bolts, wire mesh, kitchenware and miscellaneous items, etc.
I. Production process of stainless steel wire：
Stainless Steel Wire Explanation of Terms：
•The steel wire must undergo heat treatment during the drawing process, the purpose is to increase the plasticity and toughness of the steel wire, achieve a certain strength, and eliminate the inhomogeneous state of hardening and composition.
•Pickling is the key to steel wire production. The purpose of pickling is to remove the residual oxide scale on the surface of the wire. Because of the existence of oxide scale, it will not only bring difficulties to drawing, but also have great harm to product performance and surface galvanizing. Pickling is an effective way to completely remove oxide scale.
•Coating treatment is a process of dipping lubricant on the surface of steel wire (after pickling), and it is one of the important methods of steel wire lubrication (belonging to pre-coating lubrication before drawing). Stainless steel wire is commonly coated with three types of salt-lime, oxalate and chlorine (fluorine) resins.
Four Kinds of Stainless Steel Wire Surface: