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Stainless steel wire is also known as stainless steel wire. It is made of stainless steel as raw material for various types of silk products of different specifications and models. They originate in the United States, the Netherlands, and Japan. The cross section is generally round or flat.

Common stainless steel wires with good corrosion resistance and high cost performance are 304 and 316 stainless steel wires.

Stainless steel wire drawing is a metal plastic processing process in which the wire rod or wire blank is drawn from the die hole of the wire drawing die under the action of the drawing force to produce small-section steel wire or non-ferrous metal wire.

Wires with different cross-sectional shapes and sizes of various metals and alloys can be produced by drawing. The drawn wire has precise dimensions, smooth surface, simple drawing equipment and molds, and easy manufacturing.

The stress state of wire drawing is the three-dimensional principal stress state of two-way compressive stress and one-way tensile stress. Compared with the principal stress state where all three directions are compressive stress, the drawn metal wire is easier to reach the plastic deformation state.

The deformation state of drawing is a three-way main deformation state of two-way compression deformation and one tensile deformation. This state is not good for the plasticity of metal materials, and it is easier to produce and expose surface defects.

The amount of pass deformation in the wire drawing process is limited by its safety factor. If the amount of pass deformation is smaller, the drawing passes will be more. Therefore, multi-pass continuous high-speed drawing is often used in the production of wire.

Generally, it is divided into 2 series, 3 series, 4 series, 5 series and 6 series stainless steel according to austenitic, ferritic, two-way stainless steel and martensitic stainless steel.

316 and 317 stainless steel (see below for the properties of 317 stainless steel) are molybdenum-containing stainless steels.

The content of molybdenum in 317 stainless steel is slightly higher than that in 316 stainless steel. Due to the molybdenum in steel, the overall performance of this steel is better than 310 and 304 stainless steel. Under high temperature conditions, when the concentration of sulfuric acid is lower than 15% and higher than 85%, 316 Stainless steel has a wide range of uses.

316 stainless steel also has good resistance to chloride corrosion, so it is usually used in marine environments.

316L stainless steel has a maximum carbon content of 0.03, which can be used in applications that cannot be annealed after welding and require maximum corrosion resistance.

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