The raw material for the manufacture of wire is wire rod. The wire machine is a long steel obtained through a steelmaking process. Its basic composition is iron and carbon, the latter featuring different graduations that make raw materials "softer" or "harder", depending on the product to be manufactured. Morlan searches in the market the best options of raw materials according to each type of end product.
During the storage period the raw material acquires impurities. And pickling is nothing more than the cleaning of these impurities.
It is the process of reduction of the wire rod diameter.
After the wire drawing, it tends to become hard and brittle. Annealing is a heat treatment which allows the drawn wire to become again soft and easy to be worked.
It is the process through which the wire will receive the zinc that has the function of protecting the wire from corrosion.
Quality is an aspect that has always excelled in the context of the manufacture of Morlan’s products.
All the processes, from purchase of raw materials, storage, production processes, packaging, and shipping of products to customers, are rigorously tested and controlled by a team of specialized staff.
All investments made in this sector, since the specialized training of staff to the constant modernization of the industrial park, is intended to keep our products with the highest quality assurance – a differentiated and recognized worldwide quality.