high tensile steel wire for Flexible duct mattress spring rops production

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Steel Grade:

45#,60#,65#,70#,SWRH72A,SWRH72B

Standard:

ASTM,DIN,GB,JIS

Wire Gauge:

0.15-12mm

Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Type:

Drawn Wire

Application:

Rope

Alloy Or Not:

Non-alloy

Special Use:

Cold Heading Steel

Model Number:

RGTS-S,60# 65# 70#072B 80B 82B

Brand Name:

RGTS

Bright and black:

smooth

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:common coil packing withour any reel, carboard reel packing, wooden reel packing, plactic reel packing and steel reel packing
Delivery Detail:according to your QTY,usually from 7 to 20days

Specifications

1.Diameter range:0.3-13mm
2.Main application:making spring,mattress,wire rope.
3.Standard:GB4357,DIN17223,JIS G 3521

high tensile steel wire for Flexible duct mattress spring rops production

1.Diameter range:0.2-13mm
2.Main application:making spring,mattress,wire rope.

3.Standard:GB4357,DIN17223,JIS G 3521

high tensile steel wire for Flexible duct mattress spring rops production

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