Galvanized wire with good quality from company CNBM China

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1 m.t.
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  • Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: 6#-22#

  • Surface Treatment: Galvanized

  • Galvanized Technique: Electro Galvanized

  • Type: Loop Tie Wire

  • Function: Baling Wire

  • Wire Gauge: 0.7-6mm

  • Business Type: Business Type

  • Raw material: Low carbon steel, Structural Carbon Steel,Q195

  • Elongation: 10% -12%

  • Zinc Coating: 10-270g/sqm

  • Standard: EN,BS,ASTM,GB

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:25kg or 50kg for each coil,According to customer's requirements
Delivery Detail:15

 

Product Description

 

Business TypeManufacturer
Wire TypeZinc coated wire/Galvanized wire
Usage & Performance

Baling wire,Binding wire.weaving wire mesh, construction, handicrafts, express way fencing mesh,  

packaging of products, equipment, medical equipment, brushes, cables, 
filters, high pressure pipe,other daily uses,and other industries uses.

Wire GaugeBWG 4-22 Galvanized Wire Diameter: 0.7-6mm
Zinc-platedHot dipped Galvanized or Electro Galvanized
Raw materialLow carbon steel, Structural Carbon Steel,Q195 
Tensile strength>350 MPa
Elongation10% -12% 
Zinc Coating: 10-270g/sqm
Electro Galv. Wire-Zinc coating:        10g-25g/m2,
Hot Dipped Galv. Wire-Zinc coating: 40g-70g/m2/200g-270g/m2
StandardEN,BS,ASTM,GB
CertificationISO9001:2000, CE,
PackingStandard Coil    Packing UnitWeight 25kg or 50kg for each coil
Inner Dia.
(φ/mm)
200/400
Inner WrappagePlastic film
Outside WrappageWoven bag or Hessian cloth
 Export Bulk  
 Packing

Export Packing500kg or 1,000kg for each coil
Customized  Packing5kg to 500kg for each coil
Bulk Packing500kg/ Bulk coil
Inner and Outside Dia. (φ/mm)According to customer's requirements
WrappageAccording to customer's requirements
Loading Quantity20’GP20-25 Tonne/Tonnes
40’GP25-27 Tonne/Tonnes 
40’HQ25-27 Tonne/Tonnes
MOQ1 kg for trial order
Supply Ability10,000 Tonne/Tonnes per Year
Payment TermsT/T or L/C at sight
Delivery TimeWithin 15 days after receiving deposit or original L/C at sight
RemarkCustomized order and specific requirements is available.

 

 

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