Sebir S.A.

The new TSF wire provides economic, ecologic and quality benefits Sebir-TSF, the first drawn wire without phosphate for cold heading, will be present at the WIRE trade fair

The Spanish company Sebir S.A. presents the new Sebir-TSF at the international Düsseldorf Wire trade fair. This drawn wire without phosphate for cold heading allows removing the superficial phosphate coating in all the steps of cold heading. The new product provides significant ecological benefits, as well as an important increase in the product quality and a substantial economical saving, by improving cold heading productivity.

With this contribution to the market, Sebir S.A., solidly established in Europe, reinforces its presence in the continent and confirms its reliable quality guarantee in the sector. The new product is available at Hall 10, stand C38 of the Düsseldorf Wire trade fair.

The new product Sebir-TSF involves economic, environmental and quality benefits for the industry. Economically, important savings can be achieved with this new wire. By using it, the dephosphating process disappears, both furnaces refractory steels and cold heading oils lives increase, therefore improving cold heading productivity.

Ecologically, the use of Sebir-TSF removes heavy nitrate and metal polluted waste water. Furthermore, it eliminates all the dephosphating wastes and minimizes the amount of polluted oils.

To these improvements, we must add the excellent quality this new drawn wire without phosphate offers. Moreover, it allows the increase in the material admissible deformation capacity, minimizes the appearance of cracks, improves finished parts geometry and increases both the extrusion capacity and the threading speed.

Throughout its 40 years of history, Sebir S.A. still develops its activity meeting the highest technological quality standards, therefore allowing the company to offer a broad range of productive possibilities. The Spanish company adapts to fit customer’s requirements, by developing tailor-made products and responding to the challenges of the industry advances in technology. Its transformed steels are mainly devoted to the automotive, white goods and electromagnetic sectors, as well as to industrial applications.

Düsseldorf, March 2012

Mr. Pedro Baquer
Hall 10, stand C38