19:49 dies for wet drawing  


For modern extruder machines, that reach high speeds during the process, Vassena has developed a new type of spinneret, able to perform for a longer periods of time at the required higher speeds. Moreover, due to these minor changes the quality of the wire output remains at a higher spec.
 On spinneret trail 19.38, which was born to draw dry wire and lasts about four times longer, when compared with a normal spinneret produced by Vassena. The company is now happy to introduce its new version. The 19.49,  for the wet drawing of welding wire.It is a new spinneret, that is guaranteed to last three times longer than compared with the standard. For further information, do not hesitate to contact us directly.

Due to the support given by our supplier, and also our extensive  experience in the production of dies. We have succeeded in tuning this special spinneret to permit our customers to take a full advantage of performance of their modern productions chain machines. Because of this we suggest these two types of spinneret. One specifically for use in a dry wire drawing and the other wet wire drawing. Due to alterations in the production of the draw pates are able to maintain the function and quality at even highest speeds.


 Dies 19:38 with pressure bush for powder drawing   


Vassena introduces the new patented pressure die device VG402R.1   


Vassena has the pleasure to communicate that the company is now able to introduce the new "International patent" pressure die device called VG402R.1

This is again the VG402R system with the same characteristics:
- The nib is assembled with the stainless steel case
- The gap between wire and hole of the pressure dies is about one millimeter
- The special geometry doesn't permit the solidification of the lubricant when you stop the machine

The new device VG402R.1 that Vassena has studied has been optimized to obtain more benefits:
- more pressure with the same gap and same dimension of the pressure device
- high lubrication also at low drawing speeds
- more die life, because the lubricant is more compacted on the wire, automatically there is low coefficient of friction between wire and dies
- better cooling of the wire
- less friction on wire
- and most importantly less losses of lubricant.


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