Carbon Steel Wire rod

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  • Steel Grade:45#,50#,60#,65#,70#,72A,72B

  • Standard:AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS

  • Wire Gauge:0.40-4.0 mm

  • Place of Origin:Shandong, China (Mainland)

  • Type:Drawn Wire

  • Application:Manufacturing

  • Alloy Or Not:Non-alloy

  • Special Use:Cold Heading Steel

  • Model Number:Carbon Steel Wire

  • steel wire tensile strength:According to the customers' requirements.

  • steel wire torsion number:25 times and more

  • steel wire surface treatments:phosphating

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Coils Packing,Spools Packing or according to the customers'requirements.
Delivery Detail:According to the customers' requirements.

Specifications

carbon steel wire
Type:Drawn Wire
Wire Gauge:0.4-4.0mm
Steel Grade:45#,50#,55#,60#,65#,70#
Standard:AISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB,JIS

Carbon Steel Wire

The steel wire we produce are high quality and widely used for making spring,rope,hose, spring mattress,etc.

High carbon spring steel wire specifications:

1.Material:45#,50#,55#,60#,65#,70#,72A,72B,80#

2.Diameter:0.40mm-4.00mm

3.Standard:AISI,ASTM,BS,DIN,GB,JIS

4.Packing: Coils packing,Spools packing or according to the customers' requirements.

5.Weight:According to the customers' requirements.

6. 20"container:loading 20-25 Metric Tons.

7.Tensile strength of steel wire performance table

Tensile strength of steel wire

Wire Diameter(mm)

Tensile Strength(Mpa)

Wire Diameter (mm)

Tensile Strength(Mpa)

Grade B

Grade C

Grade B

Grade C

0.40

1910-2300

2250-2650

1.40

1620-1910

1860-2210

0.45

1860-2260

2200-2600

1.60

1570-1860

1810-2160

0.50

1860-2260

2200-2600

1.80

1520-1810

1760-2110

0.55

1810-2210

2200-2550

2.00

1470-1760

1710-2010

0.60

1760-2160

2110-2500

2.20

1420-1710

1660-1960

0.65

1760-2160

2110-2500

2.80

1370-1670

1620-1910

0.70

1710-2110

2060-2450

3.00

1370-1670

1570-1860

0.80

1710-2060

2010-2400

3.20

1320-1620

1570-1810

0.90

1710-2060

2010-2350

4.00

1320-1620

1520-1760

1.00

1660-2010

1960-2300

1.20

1620-1960

1910-2250

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