Galvanized Razor Wire Bto-22 in Hotsales

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Material: Stainless Steel Wire,Galvanized Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round Application: Protectiong Mesh,Fence Mesh
Type: Steel Coll Wild in Width: 1.1M Surface Treatment: galvanized
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing Status: Hard State Thickness: Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Hot Dipped Galvanized,Electro Galvanized

Product Description:

Product Description

Material: High quality low carbon steel wire,Stainless steel wire,Medium carbon steel wire(Galvanized,Plastic coated,Plastic sprayed)

Style:BTO or CBT

 

Thickness: 0.5-0.6mm

 

Bar Length and width:12--67mm

 

Characteristics:

With  beautiful and sharp blades and strong core wire,razor wire has the features of good deterrent effects,nice appearance,easy instrallation,economical and practical and other properties.

Application: 

Razor barbed wire is widely used in apartment houses,organizations units,prison,frontier defense,military fields and other sites requiring severe fencing and security.


Hotsales Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire
Hotsales Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire

Outside Diameter

No. of Loops

Standard Length per Coil

Type

Notes

450mm

33

7-8M

CBT-60.65

Single coil

500mm

56

12-13M

CBT-60.65

Single coil

700mm

56

13-14M

CBT-60.65

Single coil

960mm

56

14-15M

CBT-60.65

Singlecoil

450mm

56

8-9M (3 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

500mm

56

9-10M (3 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Crosstype

600mm

56

10-11M (3 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

600mm

56

8-10M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

700mm

56

10-12M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

800mm

56

11-13M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

900mm

56

12-14M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

960mm

56

13-15M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

980mm

56

14-16M (5 CLIPS)

BTO-10.12.18.22.28.30

Cross type

 
Hotsales Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire


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