Barbed Wire Hot Dipped/ Electric Galvanized Double Twist High Quality

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1.Structure of Barbed Wire Descrildn

1.Material: Galvanized steel wire, PVC coated iron wire in blue, green, yellow and other colors.

2.Main process:Barbed wire twisted and weaved by high quality galvanized wire and PVC wire.

3.Main types: Single Twisted Barbed Wire/ Double Twisted Barbed Wire/ Traditional Twisted Barbed Wire.


2.Main Features of Barbed Wire

Barbed wire offers a great protection against corrosion and oxidation caused by the atmosphere. Its high resistance allows greater spacing between the fencing posts.


3. Barbed Wire Images

Barbed Wire Hot Dipped/ Electric Galvanized Double Twist  High Quality

Barbed Wire Hot Dipped/ Electric Galvanized Double Twist  High Quality


4. Barbed Wire Specification

Barbed Wire Specification

Type

Wire Gauge (SWG)

Barb Distance (cm)

Barb Length (cm)

Electric Galvanized Barbed Wire; Hot-dip zinc plating barbed wire

10# x 12#

7.5-15

1.5-3

12# x 12#

12# x 14#

14# x 14#

14# x 16#

16# x 16#

16# x 18#

PVC coated barbed wire; PE barbed wire

before coating

after coating

7.5-15

1.5-3

1.0mm-3.5mm

1.4mm-4.0mm

BWG11#-20#

BWG8#-17#

SWG11#-20#

SWG8#-17#

PVC PE coating thickness: 0.4mm-0.6mm; different colors or length are available at customers request.


5.FAQ

Q:How do you ship the finished Barbed Wire?

 A:Usually by sea.

 

Q:Are you a manufacturer?

 A: Yes,we have specialized in this field for more than 7 years experience.

 

Q:How many days will the samples be finished?And how about the mass production?

 A:Generally,3-5 days for samples of galvanized iron wire making, the time of mass production depends on the quantity,18-20 days for 3 5 containers. please noticed that we can offer you free sample to check the quality.


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