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Wire manufacturing generally begins involves the following steps:

  • Raw material: The process starts with the selection of appropriate raw materials such as steel, aluminium, copper, or brass. The material is heated at high temperatures and passed through a series of rollers to create a wire rod.
  • Drawing: The wire rod is drawn through a die which reduces its diameter and shapes it into the required shape and size. This process can be repeated multiple times to achieve the required shape and thickness.
  • Heat Treatment: Once the wire is drawn, it is heat-treated to improve its properties for general and specific purposes depending on the requirement. It involves other processes such as annealing, tempering, and hardening the wire.
  • Cleaning: The wire is cleaned to remove all pollutants which were accumulated during production.
  • Coating: As the term suggests, the wire is coated with a protective layer such as paint or plastic coating to prevent rusting and corrosion.
  • Winding and packaging: The wire is wound and packaged for shipping to various distributors across locations.

Note that the overall process can vary depending on the type of wire manufactured and the desired properties of the final product. It can also include additional steps such as galvanising to improve the properties and performance of the wire.

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