Black Annealed Iron Binding Wire for Construction

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Material: Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round Application: Construction Wire Mesh
Type: U Type Wire,Loop Tie Wire Wild in Width: 1.1M Surface Treatment: Black
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing Status: In Hard State Thickness: Metal Thick Wire

Product Description:

Black Annealed iron binding wire

*Wire guage of black binding wire : BWG8#-36#

*material of black annealed binding wire : Low carbon iron wire

*Wire packing: 5-50kg/roll

*Annealed Steel Wire, mostly written as soft annealed wire, annealed iron wire or just annealed wire. This kind of steel wire offers excellent flexibility and softness due to its oxygen free annealing process.

*Features of black annealed wire: High strength, excellent anti-corrosion property, good preventing and anti-radiating property

 Our annealed wire products are mostly used as tie wire or material for weaving wire mesh.                                    
 


Gage No.       

       BWG(mm)      

  
      Metric(mm)       
 

8

4.191

4.00

9

3.759

4.00

10

3.404

3.50

11

3.048

3.00

12

2.769

2.80

13

2.413

2.50

14

2.108

2.50

15

1.829

1.80

16

1.651

1.65

17

1.473

1.40

18

1.245

1.20

19

1.067

1.00

20

0.8886

0.90

21

0.8128

0.80

22

0.7109

0.70



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