Wire rods for Welding Wires

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These wire rods are JIS G 3503 grades SWRY 11 (0.09% max carbon) and SWRY 21 (0.10-0.15% carbon), the most commonly used is grade SWRY 11. They are cold drawn to be ready wire rods for welding wire production. There are two groups of welding wires, namely Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Cover Electrode. The main characteristics of wire rods in this group must be low impurity content. The consistency of the chemical composition is high and the sulfur content must be controlled to not exceed 0.023% (JIS Handbook: Ferrous Material & Metallurgy II 2001, Japanese Standards Association).

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This group of steel wire are from low carbon steel wire rods (JIS G3505; SWRM), which are subjected to a cold drawn process to reduce their

  • Steel Wire

This group of wire rods has a wide range of uses. It is cold-drawn and then cold-formed into a workpiece at room temperature This will make the header larger