Today, let’s take a closer look at the steel wire diameter of hydraulic pipes. Hydraulic pipes are used in many hydraulic equipment, and some friends often press pipes, but they don’t know the diameter of the steel wire in the hydraulic pipe.
As everyone knows, one-layer, two-layer, and three-layer braided hoses use a thinner single-strand steel wire, and four-layer and six-layer winding hoses use a thicker single-strand steel wire. But the thickness is specific to the diameter of a single wire, and few people care about this issue. If you want to master the hose crimping technology very accurately, then you must pay attention to the diameter of the single wire?
Let's briefly introduce it below. First of all, the braided hose includes one, two, and three layers, which are cross braided, generally including 0.28mm, 0.295mm, and 0.3mm. Most manufacturers will choose 0.295mm. Of course, some manufacturers choose to use 0.28mm steel wire when making ultra-fine pipes. In order to make the pipe light in weight and small in bending radius, he will choose to use 0.28mm.
Regarding the winding hose, the steel wire is wound in the same direction, generally four layers, six layers, and two layers are rarely seen. The diameter of the steel wire used is 0.4mm, 0.5mm, 0.56mm, 0.6mm, 0.7mm, 0.8mm, etc. The selection of the steel wire diameter is generally based on the size of the hose diameter. The diameter of the steel wire increases with the increase of the hose diameter. Increase.
Next time we will discuss how cross braiding and winding braiding are distinguished according to the diameter of the hose.