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Electro Galvanized Wire:
Electro galvanized wire ranging from BWG8# to BWG16# is the mostly used for customers. We also offer thinner galvanized wire down to BWG5# or up to BWG28# upon customers specific order. Single coil package for electro galvanized wire can be as small as 10 kg and up to maximum 1000 kg per coil.
Electro Galvanized Wire Processing & Features:
This kind of galvanized wire is made with choice mild steel, through wire drawing, wire galvanizing and other processes. Electro galvanized wire has the characteristics of thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc.
Forms of Supply:
Electro galvanized wire can be supplied in the form of coil wire, spool wire or further processed into straightened cut wire or U type wire.
Electro galvanized wire applications:
Electro galvanized wire is mainly used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.
Electro galvanized iron wire, electro galvanized steel wire, electro galvanized wire.
BWG6-22 5.0MM-0.8MM.
Zinc coat: 5-25g/m2.
Tensile strength: 35-120kg/mm2.

ZINC COATING TABLE

SIZE mm
(g/㎡)Min. zinc coating
A
AB
B
C
D
E
F
A1
B2
≤0.25
18
15
12
5
〉0.25-0.40
25
20
12
5
〉0.40-0.50
25
20
15
8
〉0.50-0.60
25
20
15
8
〉0.60-0.80
20
15
10
〉0.80-1.20
25
18
10
〉1.20-1.60
25
18
12
〉1.60-1.80
100
70
40
30
20
〉1.80-2.20
105
80
50
40
20
〉2.20-2.50
110
80
55
40
25
〉2.50-3.00
120
90
70
45
25
〉3.00-4.00
100
85
60
30
〉4.00-5.00
110
95
70
40



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