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A sacrifice paddock is exactly that – a small lay of land utilized for heavy use without ruining valuable pasture. Every farmer is concerned with livestock over-trafficking profitable fields and pastures during dry, wet, and cold seasons. The sacrifice area makes problems like mud and manure manageable and decreases pasture maintenance. Usually this paddock is […]
How does wire gauge correlate to thickness? Have you ever wondered why 12 gauge wire is larger in diameter than 16 gauge? It doesn’t seem very clear until you think about how wire is drawn. Wire is formed by pulling rod steel through a series of dies that continue to get smaller and smaller. As […]
Often confused, PSI and KSI are really just a conversion of one another. In terms of advertising our wire PSI and KSI represent minimums relative to breaking strength. PSI=Pound per square inch KSI=Kilo-pound per square inch=1000 PSI 210 KSI=210,000 PSI PSI used to calculate the breaking strength of wire Area=(½ x diameter)² x Π Where minimum breaking […]