Barbed Wire Machine

A barbed wire machine is a forming machine that for all forms of applications automatically produces barbed wires. Barbed wire machines are used to produce single or double twisted barbed wire, thermo-plated with zinc, or stranded barbed steel wire. All the steps taken to turn galvanized wire into barbed wire are performed by an automated barbed wire system. To form the cable, two wires are fed into the system and twisted together. Another wire is fed from the side into the barbed wire system and wrapped through one of the cable wires or both. This wire is sliced to create a two-point barb at an angle on both ends. If four-point barbs are desired, two wires are twisted and cut together. A fixed distance is pushed around the barbed wire and the procedure is repeated to uniformly space the barbs.


Barbed Wire Machine Main Features

The techniques of designing and improving quality integrated Automated Barbed Wire Machines in the industry have been perfected by advanced barbed wire machines. These barbed wire machines are produced in full accordance with the established industry standards using high-quality basic components and advanced techniques. Barbed wire machines are simple to work and ideal for producing wires of various requirements.

The architecture of a modern Automatic Barbed Wire Making System is simple, durable, and robust. The system is easy to use and capable of manufacturing two-ply and four-barb barbed wire. With numerous gears and lovers, the new barbed wire making system is assembled so arranged and perfectly timed to perform the multiple functions of feeding, barbing, spinning, cutting, and coiling into a bobbing without the assistance of manual labor. The operations are so automated that once the bobbin is complete, the operator must stand by and watch the operations. The computer is then stopped, replaced, and restarted by the bobbin.


How does a Barbed Wire Machine Work?

Barbed wire, which is a strongly projected steel wire fence material, is commonly used to secure high-security structures, such as prisons and processing plants. The manufacturing of barbed wire is a fascinating process, and with the use of a modern barbed wire machine, fencing manufacturers can build it quickly.

In creating barbed wire, the first step is to produce the steel ingots and billets that are required parts to tie the wire together, which will eventually be processed by the barbed wire machine. At the desired scale, the ingots are heated and forced through grooved rolls that form the billets. To manufacture wire rods, these billets are then heated and pushed through rollers, which are then lubricated and dragged through dies to reduce the diameter. Since the wire starts very rigid initially, it has to go through a procedure called annealing. By heating the wire in molten salt, lead, or a nitrogen furnace, annealing is carried out and this would make the wire more pliable.

What follows, is a galvanization of the wire, preparing it to be threaded into the desired safety fencing material using a barbed wire machine to turn it. Two wires are inserted into the system concurrently, which coils them together into a cable. From the side, a separate wire is then threaded and the system coils it around the cable, cutting it to form the barbs at an angle. 


Barbed Wire Machines and Customization

Barbed wire machine manufacturers are dedicated to making them sturdy and solid so that the enclosed area can easily be secured. Since the barbed wire fencing is meant to secure various kinds of land, there may be different specifications for their specification. That's why specialized development equipment is available that can meet personalized specifications. This fencing is highly customizable; it contains parameters such as wire width, edge thickness, edge size, height, etc. That means that they can be manufactured to meet your individual requirements.

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