Detailed Processes of Enameled Wire


 Wire Drawing Process 

Starting from copper rod (8 mm or 5/16" as an industry standard) wire is drawn through a series of dies to a finer size.  Additional wire drawing equipment is utilized to draw wire to finer sizes if necessary.

Enamelling process



1. Annealing Oven    

The bare wire is annealed to achieve necessary softness of the copper.

2. Enamel Applicator

The enamel is applied in many single layers by the applicator (up to 30) to guarantee good adhesion of the enamel to the copper conductor and to ensure good insulation properties.

3. Curing Oven

In the oven solvents are driven out of the enamel by heat.

4. Lubrication  

Application Lubrication is applied to the finished enamel surface to obtain good slidability.

5. Laser O.D.

Control The outer diameter is continuously controlled by laser.

6. Tension Control

The winding tension is closely controlled.


The wire is evenly spooled on a supply spool with consistent tension.

8. Monitor

Monitor provides continous production data to operator.