The dipped welded wire mesh is made of polyethylene powder resin coating, commonly known as dipped plastic powder and attached to the surface of the welded wire mesh. This welded wire mesh is called PVC welded wire mesh, and the attachment on its surface is called the pvc layer. So do you know what the thickness of the pvc layer on the surface of the dipped welded wire mesh is related to? In the formation of the dip plastic welded wire mesh, before the iron wire is dipped into the plastic, the black wire welded wire mesh is often heated to a certain temperature through its special process. In this way, the dipping powder in the dipping powder tank will melt when it encounters the electric welded wire mesh with a higher temperature, and thus adhere to the iron wire of the electric welding wire mesh. After a certain period of cooling, a protective film is formed. This is what we call the pvc protective layer, so in the process of dipping the welded wire mesh, the thickness of its pvc layer depends on the heating temperature of the welded wire mesh. The higher the heating temperature, the thicker the pvc layer will be. Thick, the temperature decreases, the thickness of its pvc layer is thin. However, the set temperature cannot be too low, and the dipping process cannot be completed if it is too low.