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cold-drawn

Descriptive of metal which has been drawn through a set of dies designed to reduce its cross-sectional area without heating the metal. The process is used in the fabrication of rod, tubing, and wire.
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Consequently, Commerce will instruct CBP to impose duties retroactively on entries of cold-drawn mechanical tubing from China from all-other producers/exporters, effective 90 days prior to publication of the preliminary determination in the
The Vickers microhardness for the steel before processing is also comparable to die values reported for cold-drawn steel and die values gradually increase with the number of passes (Figure 5).
Tso stressed that Shuan Hwa is a pioneer of cold-drawn pipe maker in Taiwan, with factories in Taiwan and Vietnam that turn out monthly 1,500 tons and 1,000 tons, respectively, and that his company's advanced techniques in precision pipe making match those in Europe and Japan.
In this approach, a highly oriented, highly crystalline film, with a well-defined stacked-lamellar morphology is cold-drawn along the machine direction (MD).
The Rathbone cold-draw process offers many advantages to designers and manufacturers whose products can use cold-drawn shapes.
Pickling is an integral part of the cold-drawn process, and the completion of this project represents MST's continued dedication and drive to improve its already world-class service for its global customer base," said Les Whitver, vice president of operations for MST.
Customs and Border Protection to collect cash deposits from importers of cold-drawn mechanical tubing from China and India based on these preliminary rates.
Polished samples of polypropylene were mounted in the yoke and cold-drawn to approximately 100% strain to induce stress-whitening, employing an Instron Testing Machine (Model 4411) at a strain-rate of 10 mm/min.
The complaint refers to seamless gas or oil pipes of iron or non-alloy steel, cold-drawn or cold-rolled, with a diameter less than 40.
New choices in precision parts: Cold-drawn profile shapes in larger sizes This article describes the benefits of cold drawing, briefly describes the manufacturing process, and presents some examples of larger parts now being made by Rathbone cold draw.
Michigan Seamless Tube ("MST"), a leading manufacturer of high-quality carbon and alloy seamless cold-drawn pipe and tube, today announced that it will complete construction on a new 9,600 square foot pickling house later this year.
The study involved the following procudure: tensile samples of HDPE and PP were cold-drawn in an Insto n testing machine at atmospheric pressure and room temperature to develop stress-whitening; the stress-whitened samples were subsequently, after days of rest, pulled in hydrostatic pressure environment at room temperature; the stress-whitened section was partially or completely healed depending on the magnitude of the applied stress (or strain) and the intensity of hydrostatic pressure.