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except black annealed iron wire, we also can produce hot-dip galvanized iron wire, electro-galvanized wire, pvc coated wire, etc

Binding wire, Annealed Wire ,Black Annealed Wire, Black Annealed Iron Wire

Materials: High quality low carbon steel

It offers excellent flexibility and softness due to its oxygen free annealing process and comes in the form of coil wire or cut wire.

USAGE: Mostly used in construction or daily use as binding material.

1)Material: high quality low carbon steel

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2) wire diameter :BWG32--BWG3 (0.2mm--6.5mm)

3)Tensile strength :350--500n/mm2

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4) in coil ,25kg, 50kg, 100kg, 200kg/coil or according to customer's request

5) plastic inside and woven bag or hessian cloth outside


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