Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire With High Quality

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Place of Origin:

China (Mainland)

Wire Gauge:

0.28mm-5.0mm

Surface Treatment:

Galvanized

Galvanized Technique:

Electro Galvanized

Type:

Loop Tie Wire

Function:

Binding Wire



Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:in coil or spool
Delivery Detail:depend on amount

Specifications

hot dipped galvanized wire 0.33MM,0.36MM
*Dia:0.28mm-5.00mm
*Zinc coating:min12g/m2
*Certificate:ISO9001:2000

No.

Diameter(mm)

Tensile Strength(n/mm2)

Zinc Thickness(g/m2)

Weight of unit coil(kg)

5.56

5.00

300-1400

30-100

400-800

7

4.57

300-1400

30-100

400-800

8

4.19

300-1400

30-100

400-800

9

3.76

300-1400

30-100

400-800

10

3.40

300-1400

30-100

400-800

11

3.05

300-1400

30-100

400-800

12

2.77

300-1400

30-80

400-800

13

2.41

300-1400

30-80

400-800

14

2.11

300-1400

30-80

400-800

15

1.83

300-1400

30-80

400-800

16

1.65

300-1400

30-80

25-500

17

1.47

300-1400

30-80

25-500

18

1.24

300-1400

≥12

25-500

19

1.07

300-1400

≥12

25-500

20

0.89

300-1400

≥12

25-400

21

0.81

300-1400

≥12

25-400

22

0.71

300-1400

≥12

25-200

23

0.64

300-1400

≥12

25-150

24

0.56

300-1400

≥12

10-150

25

0.51

300-1400

≥12

10-100

26

0.46

30-45

≥12

10-50

27

0.41

30-45

≥12

10-50

28

0.36

30-45

≥12

10-50

29

0.33

30-45

≥12

10-50

30

0.30

30-45

≥12

5-50

30.5

0.28

30-45

≥12

5-50








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