High-Strength Amorphous wire
High-Strength Amorphous wire

High-Strength Amorphous wire

Amorphous strong wire is a high-performance material with excellent high strength and high corrosion resistance. It has excellent processing characteristics and bending resistance, so it can be used for various strength materials.

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■ Features

High-Strength Amorphous wire exhibits strength equivalent to piano wire with the corrosion resistance and elasticity of SUS304. Using these excellent mechanical properties, High-Strength Amorphous wire is suited to applications requiring high elasticity or reinforcement such as carbon materials. High-Strength Amorphous wire standard shapes are round wire at 20, 50 and 100 micrometer diameter and flat wire at 20x250 micrometers. We handle requests for other specifications for individual projects.

■ Major applications

Wire brushes for removing static in the OA equipment and ATM fields (stranded wire)

Reinforcement for carbon materials such as golf shafts, fishing rods

Strength applications such as wire saws and pinning wire

Other reinforcement (woven objects)

■ Technical Materials

1. What is an amorphous material?

Amorphous means the material is a solid without a regular crystalline structure (see the diagram below).



2.Manufacturing method

We manufacture round profile amorphous wire with an in-rotating liquid spinning method and flat profile amorphous wire with a single-roll method. The basic structure of our Magnetic wire is CoFeSiB, whereas our High-Strength wire is CoFeCrSiB.

1)The in-rotating liquid spinning process

Liquid layers are formed on the inside of a rotating drum using centrifugal force and metal (molten metal) that has been heated and melted is blown onto the liquid layers. Before the molten metal can crystalize, the fluid layer causes rapid cooling and solidification to create the amorphous wire.

2)The single-roll method

Metal (molten metal) that has been heated and melted is blown onto the surface of a cooled rotating drum. As the metal rapidly cools on contact with the turning drum surface, a flat profile amorphous wire is obtained.