High Quality Black Hard-drawn Wire

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Place of Origin:
China (Mainland)
Wire Gauge:
0.7mm-5.2mm
Model Number:
BWG8-22
Surface Treatment:
Coated
Type:
Loop Tie Wire
Function:
Baling Wire


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:1-500kg/coil plastic inside and hassian outside/ weave outside.
Delivery Detail:depend on  amount

Specifications

Hart-down wire.Raw material is wire rod. After shelling out a series of products and production processes.Use in builing.

Hard-drawn Wire

Ever since our inception, we are engaged in manufacturing an excellent array of Hard-drawn Wire. We make use of superior quality raw materials obtained from the certified vendors of the industry. Our manufactured range of Hard-drawn Wire is widely acclaimed for various distinguished features such as corrosion & chemical resistance, durability, sturdiness and high strength.

Technical Specifications

Technical SpecificationsUnitDescription
Product Standards
TS 2500 EN 10270
Raw Material Standards
TS 2348 EN 10016
Diametermm1.00 - 4.00
Tensile Strength/ClassN/mm21400 - 1810
Coil Weightkg100 - 750
Coil Inside DiametermmMin. 430
Coil Outside DiametermmMaks. 830
Packaging
In Coils or with Cardboard Core
Applications
Bedding and Seating Manufacturers



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