Hydraulic hoses can be divided into high-pressure steel wire-wound hoses and high-pressure steel wire braided hoses according to different manufacturing processes. The main difference is the difference between weaving and winding processes.
1, The production method is different:
The braided steel wire is reticulated and the wound steel wire is helical.
2. The number of steel layers is different:
The wire braid can be a single layer, and the winding must be a double layer. This is mainly because the wound wire must be one layer that is wrapped clockwise and the other layer that is wrapped counterclockwise to better protect the wire from loosening.
3, Under different pressure:
In comparison, the same number of layers of steel wire, the winding is more stressed than the weaving.