Common terminology for wire mesh

Cracks: longitudinal cracks, cracks and fissures on the surface of steel wire.

Split (Thorn): The surface of the steel wire appears to be visible to the naked eye strip cracking, presenting the tongue or other shape of the Thorn

Layering: longitudinal or long splitting of steel wires

Scarring (plaque scar): A yellow scar on the surface of a steel wire, white lime scar

Tensile mark: The apparent small groove or convex ribs on the longitudinal surface of the steel wire, the slight person only makes the surface show the shiny phenomenon.

Folding: Metal overlapping in the direction of the length of the steel wire surface is now Shan, often in a straight line, also with curved form or serrated shape.

Concave: Local sag on the surface of steel wire.

Rust: a local and integral oxidation of steel wire surfaces.

Pitting: Pitting or flaky distributions of the surface of the steel wire when serious oxidation occurs.

Bamboo: Steel wire along the longitudinal periodic thickness uneven, the shape of the United States like bamboo.

Spiral Pattern: steel wire In the straightening process, the surface of the screw-shaped roller.

Oxidation: oxidation of steel wire surface with high temperature oxidation furnace gas contact, produce a layer of hard brittle oxide.

Oxide film: The surface of steel wire generates a thin a layer of dense oxide, which is generally not easy to crack, only if it is subjected to bending or deformation in the case of partial spalling.

Oxidation color: The surface of the steel wire in the condition of bright heat treatment to generate a thin layer of tightly affixed to the surface of the oxide steel wire.