Hot dipped galvanized wire of good quality

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Galvanized wire hot-dip zinc-plated and electro galvanized iron wire are the primary wire products of Hengli. The common sizes applied for electro galvanized wire and hot-dip galvanized wire are from BWG6# to BWG30#. Wire with smaller diameter or bigger one also available for customer requirement.

Single coil package for hot-dip galvanized iron wire can be different from 1 kg to 1000 kg. Custom orders for hot-dip galvanized wire also available.

Surface Treatment: Hot dipped Galvanized (zinc coated)
Diameter:0.3mm-5.5mm (BWG6-BWG6)
Tensile Strength:340-550mpa/mm2
Zinc Coating:30-270 g/m2
Big Coil Unit Weight:25-1000 kg/coil
Small Coil Unit Weight:1-10kg/coil
in common, plastic inside and PP (hessian outside), also can packed with other package according to the requirement of the customers

Common Usage of Hot-dip Galvanized Wire:

this kind of wire is extensively used in construction, handicrafts, woven wire mesh, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses.

Hot dipped Galvanized Steel wire of Power Cable Amouring
CoatingZinc coated, galvanised
Min zincing weight45 g/m2
StandardBS or ASTM
Packingcoil and pallet
Optional Information
HS Code7217200000 Wire of Iron or Non-alloy Steel
PaymentL/C or T/T
LoadingTianjin port
Minimum Order20 Ton









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