Hot Dip Galvanized Iron Wire

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1.Product Description:

Hot galvanized iron wire is by wire after drawing, heating, and then drawing. Finally, through the hot plating zinc coated on the surfaces of the process and production of wire. The amount of zinc in the range of 290g/m^2 to 30g/m^2 is generally controlled by the use of the environment. Since the hot dip galvanizing process in the production of products with anti-corrosion life long, extensive use environment, thus hot galvanized iron wire in the form of net, rope, wire is widely used in heavy industry, light industry, agriculture and other fields.

 

2.Product Characteristic

It uses the high quality low carbon steel wire rod processing and is uses the high quality low carbon steel, after drawing molding, acid pickling, annealing, hot dip galvanized. Cooling process processing. Galvanized iron wire with good toughness and elasticity, the highest amount of zinc can reach 300 grams / square meter. Has the characteristics of strong zinc coating, corrosion resistance, etc.

 

3.Specification:

1.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

2.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

3.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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