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Flat wire with stainless steel wire

The stainless steel wire rod for flat net produced by our company has the characteristics of uniform strength, uniform ellipticity of line diameter, uniform line finish and no color difference. The stainless steel wire mesh woven by our company has stable performance and uniform surface. Commonly used materials: 304, 310, 316, 316L Delivery status: W1 annealing cord 304 is a mature, multi-functional, one of the most popular austenitic stainless steel grades. 304 has a well-known 8/18 balanced nickel-chromium content, excellent corrosion resistance and cold workability, and excellent mechanical properties at low temperatures and high temperatures. It is widely used for needs...

Flat wire with stainless steel wire

The stainless steel wire rod for flat net produced by our company has the characteristics of uniform strength, uniform ellipticity of line diameter, uniform line finish and no color difference. The stainless steel wire mesh woven by our company has stable performance and uniform surface.

Common materials: 304, 310, 316, 316L

delivery status

:W1 annealing soft wire

304 is one of the mature, versatile, produced and used austenitic stainless steel grades. 304 has a well-known 8/18 balanced nickel-chromium content, excellent corrosion resistance and cold workability, and excellent mechanical properties at low temperatures and high temperatures. It is widely used in environments that require good overall performance (corrosion resistance and formability), such as acid pipes, vessels and non-magnetic parts. 304L stainless steel wire

A variant of 304L stainless steel wire with low carbon content, resistant to intergranular corrosion, and a wide range of welding processes, generally used in applications where welding is required. The lower carbon content minimizes the precipitation of carbides in the heat affected zone near the weld, which may result in intergranular corrosion (weld erosion) in certain environments.