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1、 QUALITY
  GB/T343 and other standards.
2、ZINC COATING
  GB/T15393 and other standards.
3、RAW MATERIAL
  A、WIRE ROD:1006、1008、1018、Q195
  B、ZINC WITH 99.995% purity.
4、 TENSILE STRENGTH RANGE
size(mm)
tensile strength(mpa)
0.15—1.60
290--550
0.65—1.60
400--550
1.61—6.00
400--1200

5、APPLICATION
     Wiremesh, artware, metal hose, agriculture, binging for constrction, etc.
6、PACKING
size(mm)
coil size (mm)
spool packing
big coil packing
ID(mm)
OD (mm)
0.15—0.26
6 cun
1—14㎏ axis
0.27—0.60
8 cun
1—100㎏ axis
0.61—1.60
12、14、16 cun
1—100㎏ axis
250-400
400-770
1.61—6.00
450
508
800
840
7、ZINC COATING
size  (mm)
 Min. zinc coating (g/㎡)
A
AB
B
C
D
E
F
A1
B2
≤0.25
30
20
18
〉0.25-0.40
30
25
20
〉0.40-0.50
30
20
〉0.50-0.60
35
20
〉0.60-0.80
120
110
40
20
〉0.80-1.00
150
130
45
25
〉1.00-1.20
180
150
50
25
〉1.20-1.40
200
160
50
25
〉1.40-1.60
220
180
35
30
〉1.60-1.80
220
180
70
40
30
〉1.80-2.20
230
200
80
50
40
〉2.20-2.50
240
210
80
55
40
〉2.50-3.00
250
230
90
70
45
〉3.00-4.00
270
250
100
85
60
30
〉4.00-5.20
290
270
245
110
95
70
40
〉5.20-6.00
290
270
245
110
100
80
50


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