The wire drawing process generates significant heat. This heat affects the lubricants’ ability to ensure quality wire production. The amount of generated heat is influenced by an interaction of factors that include the metal composition, surface preparation, and production equipment.

Some of the top features of this machine are the high degree of efficiency in cooling, as well as the perfect alignment of the wire between the capstan and the die-box.

The dry drawing machinery can be supplied with capstans fitted vertically or horizontally, and the latter can be either normal or tilted. The initial input diameter of the wire can be as large as 15mm, and the machinery can reduce wire down to 0,5mm, all this depending on the many different wire types or alloys that this line can handle.

All the dry drawing benches are manufactured using the most up-to-date technology to meet current industrial standards, which includes indipendently driven capstans, motorized and synchronized by means of a dancer or sensor arm, guaranteeing the highest quality in the process of wire reduction.

Possibility of bypassing any of the blocks
Low maintenance
Up to 15 blocks in one machine
Vertically or horizontally mounted capstans
Possibility of tilted horizontal capstans
Speed control with dancer or sensor arm
Max. inlet 15mm and min. outlet 0.5mm
Rotating or fixed dies

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Types of wire Low, medium, high carbon & stainless steel
Maximum inlet diameter Up to 15 mm (0,6”)
Minimum outlet diameter 0,5 mm (o,o2″)
Capstan diameter 300/400/500/600/700/900/1200 mm
Capstan coating Tungsten carbide or ceramic coating
Motor power Up to 173 kW
Number of blocks Up to 15
Maximum line speed  35 m/s (7000 fpm) depending on line set-up

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