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Defects in small-diameter, ultra high-strength wire for tire cord and saw wire applications

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By Thomas W. Tyl, Tire Wire Technology, LLC, USA
2011
 
Fine wire defects in saw wire and steel tire cord are generated during two operations: rod manufacture and product conversion. The lowest-risk wire rod is produced by Japanese steelmakers. The highest-risk conversion operations are heat treating and spooling of fine wire on the shipping spool for saw wire and the in-process spool for tire cord. This paper discusses these processing areas and some precautions that can be taken to ameliorate risk.
  
 
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