Barbed wire is zinc-coated steel strands twisted together with barbs spaced regularly along them. It is an inexpensive fencing option making it the most commonly used material for securing large areas.
Do you know the hot dipped galvanisized barbed wire, it used hot dip galvanising process, now let me tell you about the hot dip galvanising process.
Hot Dip Galvanising is a process developed to prevent steel from corroding. Before the process can take place, the steel goes through a thorough chemical clean; this removes all rust, oil and mill scale from the surface.
When the cleaning process has been completed and the cleaning solution has been rinsed off, the coating process can begin. The steel is dipped into a bath of molten zinc that has been heated to around 460°C (860 °F). The steel is then removed from the bath and left to cool in a quench tank. When the cooling process is complete, the zinc coating is then metallurgically bonded to the steel.
Because of the hot dip galvanising process, the barbed wire have the advantage of long service life, lowest lifetime cost, high speed of application and so on. So don’t hesitate, welcome to choose us. Email: email@example.com