What is Electro Galvanized Cable?
Electro galvanization is a form of zinc electro plating where a thin layer of zinc is electrically and chemically bonded to steel in order to protect against rust and corrosion.
During this process, bare steel wires are fully immersed in a saline/zinc bath and electricity is used to move electrons from the zinc (anode) and bond them to the steel (cathode). In this case, the zinc acts as a barrier layer on top of the steel to prevent corrosive substances from reaching the underlying steel or iron. The wires are then formed into strands and then the strands are helically formed into the finished cable or wire rope configuration.
When the process is complete, the finished coating is smooth, drip-free, and shiny—making it ideal for architectural applications or other applications where its aesthetic characteristics would be of value. However, once it’s exposed to the elements, the finish can quickly deteriorate.
|Key Word||High Strength Galvanized Steel Wire Rope 7×19|
|Structure||1×19,1×7, 7×7, 6×7+fc, 7×19|
|Place of Origin||Jiangsu,China|
|Package||Wooden Reels, coils|