Cracks: Longitudinal cracks that appear on the welded wire mesh cable tray surface.
Cracking(stitching):The surface of the welded wire meshcable tray is cracked by visible small transverse stripes that show a tongue or other shape.
Stratification:Partial or long division occurs along the longitudinal direction steel wire
Scar:yellow oxidation scar and white lime scar on the surface of the Welded Wire Mesh Cable Tray
Pull marks: The apparent minor grooves or ribs that exist longitudinally on the surface of the wire, and those that are slight make the surface appear barely shiny.
Fold:The metal overlap along the length of the wire surface is now visible. It is often straight, but it is also curved or zigzag. In the metallographic examination, there are usually iron oxide inclusions and decarburized layers in the fold.
Concave:Local depression on the surface of the steel wire
Corrosion:Partial and overall oxidation of the steel wire surface.
Pitches:Dot or patches of pits that occur when the surface of the wire is heavily oxidized.
Pitches: Dots or patches of pits that occur when the surface of the wire is heavily oxidized.
Slub: The length of the wire is cyclically uneven and its shape resembles bamboo.
Spiral: In the process of straightening the steel wire, a thread:like roll mark appears on the surface.
Oxidation: Oxidation of the surface of the steel wire in contact with high:temperature oxidation furnace gases produces a hard, brittle oxide.
Oxide film: A thin layer of dense oxide is formed on the surface of the steel wire. This oxide is generally not easily broken. It can only partially peel off when it is bent or deformed.
Oxidation: The surface of the wire produces a very thin layer of oxide tightly attached to the wire surface under conditions of bright heat treatment.
Decarburization layer: When the steel wire is heated, due to the role of carbon in the gas medium and the steel layer, the carbon content in the surface layer is reduced. This phenomenon of reduced surface carbon content is called decarburization.
Graphite carbon: Part or all of the carbon in the steel is analyzed in a free state. This free carbon is stony carbon.
Creases:Partially folded on the mash surface,forming an irreversible impression.
Hole breaking:many broken threads on the surface of the mesh
Rust stops:green, brown, or discolored spots appear on the mesh surface.
Broken wire:The meridian or weft thread on the surface of the mesh must be disconnected.
Top buckle: bad warp joint, top out the mesh surface.
Weft reduction: Local cubic meters of weft are bent and the mesh is deformed.
Wire: Two or more wires are woven together side by side.
Jumping wire (jumping): Interlacing errors in warp or weft.
Pine: Loose displacement of individual warp or weft.
Size hole: uneven mesh mesh size.
Sparse files: The individual meshes of the mesh are suddenly or too small.
Loose edge: The web is wavy and bulging.
Wire diameter :is the diameter of the wire;
Warp : all longitudinal weaving lines;
Latitude : all horizontal weaving lines;
Number of meshes : the number of meshes within a length of 1 inch;
Density : Number of meshes in a length of :1 cm
Mesh hole : the distance between two warp threads or two weft threads
Tolerance : The vertical distance (MM) between the warp and the tolerance line at the heald at the hedging angle
The public line : the connection between the front and rear chestnuts (rolls)
Upper Tolerance : The heald at the heald is higher than the tolerance line at the heald
Lower Tolerance::Below Tolerance Line To Lower Tolerance
Zero Tolerance::Coincidence with Tolerance Line and Zero Tolerance
Integrated angle : the distance between the upper heel and the lower heel after opening of the heald frame
Flat angle:(different angle time)::the distance from the steel weir to the long weft point at the full level