From the perspective of the history of the invisible protective net, the steel wire of the protective net has also been constantly updated, and the diameter is constantly changing. The initial diameter of 1.55MM is 1.8-2.0-2.3-2.5-4.0MM, which is continuously thickened from the earliest. The application of galvanized wire has evolved from 202, 304 to 316 rubber-coated steel wire, and the rubber has been continuously optimized from ordinary plastics-nylon rubber-Teflon rubber to the continuous use of optical ropes until the latest nano-wires. The launch is a great revolution in the steel wire industry, and finally injects new vitality into the invisible protective net industry, which solves the past rust of the steel wire, the aging of the rubber, and the insufficient force.
The earliest galvanized wire in the market has been abandoned by the market. 202 wire is still alive in the low-end market. Most of the 304 wire is now mainly 304 wire, and 316 wire in the coastal area is also widely used. Plastic rubber is prone to aging and cracking. Nylon rubber will also be weathered to varying degrees in about 5 years. Until the emergence of Teflon rubber, this problem can be solved, but because Teflon has a high melting point, it is not tightly connected to the steel wire. The construction process It is easy to break the skin and is often vomited, so the light rope began to rise, and the bare rope was loved by customers because of its good strength, but also because the steel wire has no protective layer, it depends on its own material to resist rust. Due to different environments, external influences are more Large, there are often rusting situations, and there are continuous customer complaints. As nanotechnology continues to mature, the company draws on industry experience and continuously formulates optimization, and finally launches batches based on 316L steel nanocoated steel wire and Braun nanowire 2.0 series, returning to the essence of invisible protective net!
Nanometer itself is a unit of length, which is invisible to the naked eye, and the diameter measured with a microscope is about five microns. For example, suppose that the diameter of a hair is 0.05 mm, and it is divided into 50,000 hairs in the radial direction, and the thickness of each hair is about one nanometer. That is to say, one nanometer is 0.000001 millimeters. So nanowire should be called nanotechnology-applied coated steel wire, which is a nanocomposite coating formed by dispersing nanoparticles in traditional organic coatings, and then using high-tech vacuum plating to the substrate The coating is formed on the material, the purpose is to improve the traditional coating by adding nano particles, and together with the substrate to play a structural and functional optimization role, has a very low surface resistance, ultra-thin stealth, waterproof, moisture-proof, dust-proof, oil-proof , Anti-acid and alkali, thus eliminating the disadvantages of the traditional steel wire skin falling off, easy to rust, low tensile strength, etc., and 316 stainless steel. Because the steel contains molybdenum, high chromium and nickel, the overall performance of this steel is better than 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 attack, so it is usually used in the marine environment. The corrosion resistance is better than 304 stainless steel, which can resist the erosion of the aggressive industrial atmosphere. Therefore, Braun nano steel wire is a high-end steel wire based on 316L steel wire and nano-coating, which is closely combined with high technology. It is the best choice for high-end invisible protective nets.
The product has the following chemical properties:
Atmospheric aging resistance: radiation resistance and low permeability: long-term exposure to the atmosphere, the surface and performance remain unchanged.
Incombustibility: The oxygen limit index is below 90.
Acid and alkali resistance: insoluble in strong acids, strong bases and organic solvents (including magic acid, that is, fluorine antimony sulfonic acid).
Anti-oxidation: can resist the corrosion of strong oxidants.
Acidity and alkalinity: neutral.
High temperature resistance-use working temperature up to 250 ℃.
Low temperature resistance-has good mechanical toughness; even if the temperature drops to -196 ℃, it can maintain 5% elongation.
Corrosion resistance-for most chemicals and solvents, it is inert, resistant to strong acids and alkalis, water and various organic solvents.
Weather resistance-there is aging life in plastic.
High lubrication-is the lowest friction coefficient of solid materials.
Non-adhesion-is the smallest surface tension in solid materials, does not adhere to any substance.
Non-toxic-with physiological inertia, as artificial blood vessels and organs implanted in the body for a long time without adverse reactions.
Electrical insulation-can resist 1500 volt high voltage.