Cascade Industrial Safety and Security, a division of Cascade Coil, is the international leader in the manufacture of coiled wire fabric systems for a variety of new and retrofit industrial safety and security applications.

Engineered Attachment Systems

Steel Secura Track

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Stainless Steel Secura Track

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Secura Track, Top and Bottom - Dynamic Blast

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Secura Track - Dynamic Blast

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Press Guard

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Materials

Duplex 2205

Duplex 2205 Wire is a two-phase, ferritic, austenitic 22% chromium, 3% molybdenum, 5 to 6% nickel alloyed stainless steel. It is the most widely used duplex stainless steel grade and is characterized by high yield strength, double that of the standard austenitic stainless steel grades. It also demonstrates good fatigue strength, as well as outstanding resistance to stress corrosion cracking, crevice, pitting, erosion, and general corrosion in severe environments. It is a slightly magnetic, highly corrosive-resistant material with an extremely lustrous metallic finish. Its consistent wire surface quality, high strength and great corrosion resistance make it attractive for many applications. Duplex 2205 conforms to ASTM standards and is available in a wide variety of wire gauges.

Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel

Galvanized Steel Wire is mild steel wire with a protective barrier of zinc that is applied during the wire drawing process. Zinc is most commonly used because it offers excellent cathodic protection. The zinc coating adds a protective corrosion resistant layer to the steel conforming to ASTM standards. Galvanized wire retains all of the mild steel’s mechanical properties with a high resistance to atmospheric oxidization. The wire is ash grey colored and can form a white powder when wet. Galvanized wire works best for industrial applications, where relatively high strength and corrosion resistance is required. Galvanized Steel is available in a wide variety of wire gauges.

Stainless Steel Type 304

Stainless Steel Type 304 Wire is the most widely used variety stainless steel. It is a slightly magnetic, highly corrosive-resistant material. Its consistent wire surface quality, relatively high strength and great corrosion resistance make it attractive for many applications. In its bare state, Type 304 has a lustrous metallic finish. Stainless Steel Type 304 conforms to ASTM standards and is available in a wide variety of wire gauges.

Stainless Steel Type 316

Stainless Steel Type 316 exhibits very high levels of corrosion resistance when compared to most other stainless-steel types. It has a slightly higher strength than Type 304 and can handle higher temperatures. In most cases, Type 316 is used for all exterior applications where relatively high strengths and high resistance to oxidation or eroding is required. In its bare state, Type 316 has a lustrous metallic finish. Stainless Steel Type 316 conforms to ASTM standards and is available in a wide variety of wire gauges.

Steel

Brite Basic Steel Wire is a low-carbon, mild steel wire with a semi-bright finish. Its relatively high strength, durability and low cost make it a great choice for a wide variety of applications. Our Brite Basic Wire conforms to ASTM standards and can be coated almost any custom color. Brite Basic Steel is available in a wide variety of wire gauges.

Weaves

3/32"

2mm

1/8"

3mm

3/16"

5mm

1/4"

6mm

5/16"

8mm

3/8"

10mm

1/2"

13mm

Finishes

Brite Steel

Stainless Steel

Ultra Black Stainless Steel

Silver

Cascade Blue

Satin Black

Safety Yellow

Safety Orange

Safety Black

Freedom Red

Dark Red