Wire Processing Centre

Offering further processing facilities, our Wire Processing Centre delivers drawn and processed wire and wire rod to meet the exacting requirements of a broad range of sectors. 

In addition to manufacturing a wide range of wire rod products across the UK and the Netherlands, our Alblasserdam site also boasts a world-class wire processing centre which produces annealed and pickled wire rod and drawn wire for the global automotive, construction and general engineering industries.

Our state-of-the-art processing centre allows us to respond efficiently to our customers’ requests, ensuring short and reliable delivery times, consistent high quality and a variety of coating solutions.

The table below indicates the typical specifications for our wire rod range, inclusive of material treated via annealing and/or pickling.

Wire rod dimensions

Description Range
Rod diameter 5.5-30.0mm in 0.5mm increments
Coil weight 1,800-2,200kg
Coil length 1,000-1,700mm
Coil dimensions Outside diameter 1,300mm max
Inside diameter 800mm min
Tolerance  In accordance with EN 10108 A or B

 

Drawn wire dimensions

Description Range
Wire diameter 1.8-28.0mm
Tolerance In accordance with EN 10278:1999 (h9, h10 or h11 possible)



Please consult us if you have any other specific requirements.

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