Wire Braids

Wire strands that are braided together are called wire braids. Manufacturers can make braided wire from a number of metals depending on the application. Some including, copper wire, steel wire, aluminum wire, and nickel wire. Read More…

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JSC, as one of the most diversified wire braid manufacturers, utilizes over 200 production machines to produce top rated wire products in ferrous and nonferrous materials. Industries that JSC serves include electronics, geophysical and communications. Their mission is to continually improve their expertise, capabilities, products and services for current and future worldwide customers.

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By braiding these wire strands, wire ropes are created and it creates a strong and durable rope that can be used for many applications. These braided ropes are much stronger than solid wire rope, more flexible, resistant to breakage and sound. Wire braids are a popular product used in industries such as defense, electromagnetic shielding, aerospace, construction, marine, mechanics, and more. Manufacturers have many options when designing a braided wire. There are different shapes of wires such as flat or tubular, and a wide range of lengths.

One of the most important elements is how many strands are used in the making, since durability and strength relies on this. One strand may have anywhere between two and several dozen wire filaments depending weight capacity. Braided wire ropes offer many advantages. The design of the braids creates an even distribution of weight while lifting large loads. Its durability against great stress and corrosion is an added benefit.

While looking for the right manufacturer, it is important to do thorough research on which kind of product will perform best based on your application and needs. Take a look at the manufacturers on this page and make a list of companies that you are interested in getting more information from. Be sure to talk about your requirements, specifications, budget, lead times, and delivery. The manufacturer that is willing to go above and beyond for your satisfaction is the best manufacturer for you.