Anping County metal wire mesh factory three production cut wire, binding wire

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Cut wire

English Name: straight cut wire

Cut wire is also called cut wire is bright iron wire, annealed wire, galvanized wire, PVC coatediron wire, wire coating and other kinds of metal wire, according to requirement of customerafter straightening scale truncation. The product has the advantages of convenient transportation and convenient use. Widely used in the construction industry, handicrafts, daily civil fields. According to the specific requirements of customers a variety of custom processing,special specifications of the product; at the same time to undertake the processing.

Product specifications: 8#-23# (diameter 0.6mm-4.5mm), unlimited length.

Packaging: packaging according to user requirements.


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