Jan. 28, 2019
The Cattle Fence is inevitably exposed to rust and corrosion for a long time. At this time, the service life of Cattle Fence depends on the protection of the product. The Galvanized Cattle Fence is exposed to the humid environment. In the case, it is inevitable that there will be rust and corrosion, so how long can it be used in general? Today, Galvanized Cattle Fence Exporter will tell you the answer.
Cattle Fence is a low-carbon steel wire or PVC-coated steel wire with high ductility and corrosion resistance. Several commonly used materials for making cow nets are electrogalvanized wire, hot-dip galvanized wire, Galvan steel wire, 10% aluminum-zinc alloy wire and new selenium-plated steel wire. The corrosion resistance of these materials is very different, and the service life is also different. Cattle Fence cold galvanizing is also called electroplating. It has very little galvanizing and is rusted by rain, but it is cheap and has a service life of 5-6 years. The amount of zinc on hot-dip galvanizing (low-zinc and high-zinc) is between 60g and 400g, and the service life is about 20-60 years. Pvc plastic coating is a mold with a layer of dark green or taupe on the original galvanized steel wire to prevent the erosion of the wire diameter, which is beneficial to improve the anti-corrosion and anti-rust function of the wire diameter. So the better the material, the higher the price.