Effect of Welded Wire Mesh Solder Joints on Welded Wire Mesh Quality
The pitch of Welded Wire Mesh is different, so the hole spacing between each mesh will directly determine his final performance. Although the hole pitch is different, the curve between the entire Welded Wire Mesh is absolutely Different, as the spacing between the meshes gradually increases, their products will gradually become longer, and the value of the test force in the middle will become larger and larger, but the entire galvanized layer and the whole The tensile force between the steel meshes is still guaranteed to be between one hundred, the change is not particularly large, and the spacing between the mesh openings of the Welded Wire Mesh is also very small. This galvanized layer is behind the glass, the original The performance is very obvious and is particularly easy to observe.
As the pitch of the entire galvanized Welded Wire Mesh mesh increases gradually, the tensile strength of the solder joint will gradually increase, while the spacing between the meshes is the same, usually also Gradually increasing, it will increase by about 52 Newtons. Relatively speaking, it will increase the stress value of the mesh of the original spacing. This shows that the longer the whole pattern, the solder joint of the whole Welded Wire Mesh. The more easily the tensile strength value causes the error, and the length of the pattern specified in the standard is used as much as possible, as this is itself a problem that should be noted.
Welded Wire Mesh's welding point tensile value is basically the maximum value in the curve. This quality also provides relevant standards for engineering acceptance testing. At the same time, the entire galvanized layer is peeled off, and the original curve is relatively It is still very obvious, and such a resin is basically controlled between 90 Newtons and 100 Newtons. Currently, Welded Wire Mesh is very popular in various industries.
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