Wire is an essential and widely used component in the majority of industries. As a universal material the possibilities are almost boundless - it is used in the manufacturing process of mesh, springs, cables, and in construction work - both as an operational aid and as a building tool. The majority of wires are typically made from copper, nickel, steel or aluminium and are available in a range of diameters and strengths.
Wires are usually stored and shipped in a compact wound reel. These, of course, require unwinding and further straightening. However, this involves the risk of damaging and creasing the wire as it is unwound, especially if this is carried out manually or by an untrained hand. This risk of damage therefore led to the development of specialist machines which automatically decoil and straighten large volumes of wire, ensuring that it is left intact and avoiding potential defects.
- Used to avoid any possible damage to wires
- Most commonly automated, but hand held decoilers are also available
- Dramatically reduced potential accidents
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