The Different Types of Wire, Tubular, and Gas Burner Rings
Welded rings might all look similar from a distance, but they serve many purposes. Because of that, they come in a variety of sizes, materials, and builds. Here are the welded ring options we offer and what they’re used for.
Welded Wire Rings
Wire rings are as the name describes. Solid metal wire that curved into a ring and welded together. These rings are made from steel or stainless steel and come in a variety of sizes.
Small welded wire rings are made from 2-5mm wire and can have diameters as big as 30in. These smaller rings are typically found in air springs, filter and bag houses, and more.
Large welded wire rings use 5-26mm wire and typically go up to 40in. However, larger rings can be made as big as 10ft in diameter for special uses. In addition to the uses above, these large rings can be used in commercial fishing traps, construction piers, steering rims, and more.
Wire rings can also come non-welded. That means the ends aren’t connected, leaving the ring open.
Tubular and Burner Rings
Tubular rings are made using butt welding (aka upset welding) to provide maximum strength and quality. Tubular rings are made from either carbon steel or stainless steel, depending on needs and burning temps.
The size of the ring tube ranges from 7mm – 60mm.
Tubular rings are most commonly used in steering wheels and burner rings.
Manufactured for Greatness
Equipment and machinery is only as quality as the pieces used to make it. At Ever-Roll, we offer a variety of exceptionally crafted wire rings that in turn, have many application possibilities.
These fabrications meet strict ISO-9001 quality standards. Simply put, if a product is manufactured with Ever-Roll rings, it’s off to a great start.
If you’re in need of welding and wire, ring, or tube fabrication services, contact us today!
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3988 Lawrenceville Dr.
Springfield, OH 45504
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