Galvanized steel wire strand and aramid yarn are two separate materials used in cable manufacturing. Galvanized steel wire strand is a type of wire made from carbon steel that is coated with a layer of zinc to help prevent corrosion. It is commonly used in the construction of overhead power transmission lines and cable stays for bridges.
Aramid yarn, on the other hand, is a synthetic fiber that is known for its high strength and heat resistance. It is commonly used as a reinforcing material in cables and wires, including fiber optic cables, power cables, and communication cables.
While both materials can be used in cable manufacturing, they serve different purposes and are not typically used together in the same cable.