Ensure the stability of your free-standing structures with Bekaert steel guy wires and static strands. Our portfolio includes a wide variety of strengths and coatings and achieves the highest performance in any environment or utility application. These applications include power and telecommunication lines, railway signals, towers, masts and wind turbines.
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Prevent rust with the right coating that meets your specifications. Bekaert
provides various zinc coating options for our steel guy line, including
Class A, Class B and Class C zinc galvanization coatings that meet industry
standards. For clients who need extra corrosion resistance, Bekaert created
Bezinal® — a zinc-aluminum alloy coating that performs well in corrosive
Bekaert is the leading North American supplier of galvanized steel wire that meets Buy America Act provisions. Our long-term reputation as a leading guy wire manufacturer (120 years) and competitive lead times make us stand out as an industry leader. We manufacture our products in America and have unmatched customer service in our industry. Our extensive sales team is knowledgeable about our complete portfolio of safe, premium quality products. When you partners with Bekaert, we'll meet and exceed your expectations with our expert advice and support.
Choose Bekaert for our commitment to your safety, sustainability and success.
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Utility poles are buried deep underground, which makes them sturdy. Poles at the end of long, straight sections, though, are more vulnerable to movement. Utility companies use power line guy wire on those last poles for more security.
Utility guy wire also has applications in securing other structures associated with electric utilities. Guy cables stabilize the masts that allow electricity to enter buildings. They also anchor utility towers. Even alternative electricity sources, like wind power, use guy strands for security. Guy wires anchor wind turbines to the ground surrounding the tower to hold them in place.
Securing utility structures with electrical guy wire from Bekaert has several benefits besides safety and quality.
One of those advantages is the availability of Bezinal® coating. Bezinal is an aluminum and zinc alloy that protects your tension cables from the elements and keeps your steel guy strands free from corrosion, which is a major cause of breakage and degradation. In addition to their corrosion resistance, steel guy wires have standardized strength levels. Bekaert also offers Class A, Class B and Class C galvanized coating options.
Regardless of your region, we can manufacture your guy strands 100% locally when necessary. Since we produce your order after confirming your custom specifications, you know that you're receiving new, meticulously manufactured cables.
Guy wire has several names, including guy strand, guy rope, guy line and guy. Various industries use guy wire to secure free-standing systems as this wire stabilizes many of the world's largest human-made structures. Those structures include radio towers, windmills and, in the telecommunications industry, telephone poles.
Most formations require at least three guy strands to secure the object properly. On a telephone pole, each guy wire creates an angle between the vertical pole and the ground. While guyed structures need a larger area for their foundation, they are more cost-effective than most self-supporting structures.
When you partner with Bekaert, you can take advantage of many benefits. Our
clients enjoy our storm response capabilities, competitive pricing and
industry-leading technical expertise. At Bekaert, we're proud to have the
most reliable sales support team and a long-standing reputation as a
leading guy wire manufacturer in the industry.
Guy wire must meet your needs for utility pole support, which is why Bekaert manufactures steel guy wire to your exact specifications. Our production facilities have incredible flexibility. We can manufacture steel wire in any shape, with any composition and mechanical characteristics. In an industry where creating guy wire for telephone poles means a customized order, we can create a solution strong enough to keep utility poles in place even during high winds.
In the telecommunications industry, guy wires stabilize telephone poles — one end of the guy strand attaches to high points on the pole, and an anchor attaches the other end to the ground. There are several types of guy anchors, including dead man, grouted, expanding and screw anchors.
Telephone poles have a large portion of their length buried underground. Most often, guy wires are necessary on dead-end or anchor poles.
Steel guy wire has several advantages for telecommunications use. One of the most notable benefits for power lines is our galvanized steel wire's corrosion resistance. Corrosion is a degrading process that encourages breakage, and weakened guy wires can snap in high winds or inclement weather. We coat all steel wires with quality coatings to prevent oxidation. Each of our coatings provides impressive longevity in the face of exposure.
Our coating options are Class A, Class B and Class C zinc galvanization. We also have Bezinal® coating available, a unique alloy that falls outside our range of zinc coatings. At Bekaert, we put our coatings through a rigorous testing process to ensure corrosion resistance, especially for guy wires used to support telephone poles. Bezinal® even performs better than pure zinc galvanization under various conditions.
At Bekaert, we offer the widest selection of steel wire products for various industries, including power utility, data transmission and telecommunication markets. We manufacture wire that conforms to your specifications with options to change the wires per strand, minimum weight of the coating and minimum breaking strength.
Quality and safety are industry standards, and Bekaert maximizes both by building every piece in your order to your exact specifications. We're dedicated to your satisfaction and only create guy wires for radio towers that promote secure installation.
Radio masts and towers are some of the tallest human-made structures. Therefore, they need reliable stabilizers. To create that support, installation teams affix the guy strands to the vertical mast. These connections occur on the upper parts of the support tower. The other end of the guy strand attaches to the ground via an anchor. There are several kinds of anchors available for tower use, including:
Companies need steel guy wire for transmission towers because of this wire's numerous advantages, including longevity and strength. High winds can cause your towers to move, and guy strands must have the strength to hold them in place. Steel guy wires also resist breaking, even under excessive tension. That means steel guy wire is your company's safest choice for stabilizing tower supports.
Guy strands must withstand long-term exposure, which is why steel guy wires come in a variety of corrosion-resistant coatings. Most guy strands have a galvanized zinc coating. At Bekaert, we offer quality Class A, Class B and Class C galvanization to protect your guy wires from degradation and breakage. We also offer our unique Bezinal® coating — a zinc and aluminum alloy with incredible corrosion resistance.
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