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Reactive Soap For Cold Drwing

 

Reactive drawing soaps are used in zinc phosphate coating lines prior to cold drawing of wires or metal tubes. After suitable way of cleaning (acid pickling, degreasing or both together), steel wire coils or steel tubes are brought to zinc phosphate coating. Zinc phosphate coated metal wires or tubes go into reactive soap bath prior to cold drawing / cold forming operation. Soap coating on the metal surface provides excellent sliding effect between drawing die and metal.

 

                                       

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PHORYLUBE W 20 - Reactive Drawing Soap

It is a powder form reactive soap used after zinc phosphate coating by immersion application. Including stearates reacts with zinc phospate on the metal surface to form a tight bonded soap coating. Use concentration is in the range of % 3 - 6. 3 minutes of treating time in soap bath is enough for complete adequate coverage. Soap bath works at tempreatures between 70 - 85C degree. Below 60C soap solution tends to become solid. After soap coating, some wet areas can be seen on small diameter wires, therefore it is recommended to use separate drying bath or a drying equipment.

 

PHORYLUBE W 80 - Reactive Cold Drawing Soap

PHORYL W 80 is a powder form reactive cold drawing soap for wires, metal pipes/tubes and rods. Including stearates and other fatty acid salts reacts with zinc phospate coating on the metal surface to form a tight bonded soap coating. PHORYL W 80 treatment bath has a longer bath life relatively. Beside providing excellent sliding ability while drawing, well bonded soap coating provides high corrosion protection for long storage period of drawn material. Use concentration is in the range of % 2,5 - 5. Treating time in the soap bath is 3 - 5 minutes. Soap bath works at tempreatures between 70 - 75C degree.

 

 
 
 
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