Copper Clad Iron Wire/ Made in China Low Price with Good Quality

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Name: copper clad iron wire

Place of Origin: Hebei, China (Mainland)

Function:  Binding Wire

Wire Gauge:  0.25MM-5.0MM

Zinc Rate: 7g-18g/mm2 or 40g-350g/mm2

Tensile strength: 30-70kg/mm2

Elongation rate: 10-25%

Material: low carbon steel rod

Application: construction, binding wire

2.Product Characteristic

1) Surface of  galvanized iron wire is soft, neat, clean and rust-resisting.

2) The raw Materials of galvanized wire  is superior mild steel wire rod.

3) Good stretching resistance  

4) The prefect process made the galvanized iron wire anticorrosive and rust-resisting

3.Specification

Wire Diameter-------0.25mm--5.0mm

classification -------eletro galvanized iron wire, Hot-dipped galvanized iron wire

 Zinc Rate -------- 7g-18g/mm2 or 40g-350g/mm2 

Tensile Strength-----30—70kg/mm2

Technique----------  Galvanized

Surface Treatment---Black

Wire Gauge--------- 8#--24#

Delivery Time--------7-14 days

Packing--------------plastic inside and hessian/woven bag outside ,or as customers request.

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Copper Clad Iron Wire/ Made in China Low Price with Good Quality

Copper Clad Iron Wire/ Made in China Low Price with Good Quality

Copper Clad Iron Wire/ Made in China Low Price with Good Quality

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