Steel Binding Wires from Best Manufacturers in India

Steel Binding wire is made of mild steel wire rods through the cold drawing process. Binding wires are mainly used in the construction field for tying the rebars at the junctions/joints to keep the structure intact provided by steel wire manufacturers in India. There can be different types of Binding Wires suitable for various purposes. They are also called annealed wire and annealing endows it with the properties like flexibility and softness, required for its main use. Construction Binding wires also called binding steel wire are used for tying applications in construction sites and thus, need to be flexible enough to fit the multiple usage needs repeatedly. Due to its tensile strength and ductility, the wires can be easily bent and tied in a knot without any breakage. Binding wire in constructions, they help in holding lapped bars in the ideal position and pouring the concrete into the frames without dislocating the rebars. The application of binding wires for steel can be found in stainless steel binding wire reinforcement slabs, metal mesh processing, beams, walls, columns and so on. They can also be used in making ropes, cables, springs, nails and electrodes. Binding wires are an indispensable part of various industries for packing finished products. They are also hugely used for the production of welded wire mesh and the manufacturing of barbed wire.
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Steel Binding Wires Application Areas

Steel Binding Wire is used for the purpose of tying applications in the field of construction. It is used extensively in the construction sector for tying the rebars at the junctions/joints so as to keep the structure intact. Binding wire is made of mild steel.

Manufacturing Process

  1. Binding wires are made of galvanized, plastic coated annealed and stainless steel wire.
  2. In the first stage, they are made of steel billets. Then the red metal bar is pressed into the orifice of a die and is forced against the die by hydraulic rams.
  3. Passed under high pressure continuously they take the shape of the die opening. Sizes vary between 5 – 9 mm in diameter. This semi-finished product consists of wire wound into coils each being secured with wire bands.
  4. These coils are usually consolidated into units of four coils bound together by metal strapping bands. Each unit is referred to as a ‘unitised bundle of wire rods.
  5. Sometimes the coils are the same size as unitised bundles. The approximate weights are between 1 – 1.5 tons, and the bundles measure about 1m diameter, 1.25 breadths on average.

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