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High Carbon Wire for redrawing
The high carbon steel wire is the highest strength steel wire in the batch production, which has been strengthened by wire drawing process, it has been widely used in spring, prestressed PC steel wire, bridge steel wire, wire rope, steel cord and so on, for example, the strength of steel wire of 2.7 GPA class has now reached 4GPA class, and the galvanized steel wire used for bridges has been increased from 1.6 GPA class to 2.0 GPA class, which has greatly reduced the cost of building the strait bridge, the strength of PC prestressed steel wire has been increased from 1.86 GPA to 2.3 GPA. In this paper, the relationship between microstructure change and strength of high carbon steel wire, high strength scheme and its latest development, production and application results are introduced
The main difference between high carbon wire and other types of carbon steel wire is the carbon content. High carbon wire has a carbon content of 0.60-1.70%, while other types of carbon steel wire have a carbon content of 0.30-0.59%.
The higher carbon content gives high carbon wire better mechanical properties, such as higher tensile strength and higher fatigue resistance.
The main difference between high carbon wire and regular carbon wire is the amount of carbon in the alloy. High carbon wire has a higher carbon content, which gives it a higher tensile strength and makes it harder to draw.
Redrawing is a process where wire is drawn through progressively smaller dies to reduce the diameter and increase the length. This is often done to change the shape of the wire, or to increase its length for use in applications such as springs or fishing line.
High carbon wire is typically used for applications where strength and hardness are important, such as in making nails or screws. It can also be used for applications where a very fine diameter is needed, such as in making guitar strings.