Electro Galvanized Iron Wire With High Quality

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Zinc coated / Electro Galvanized wire best price on sale

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(1) Production


1.Material: high quality low carbon steel wire

2.productive technology: it is produced with high quality low carbon steel, after drawing molding, pickling derusting, high temperature annealing and galvanized and Cooling process.


3.Used:The products are widely used in construction, handicrafts and preparation of the screen, highway barrier, product packaging and daily civil, and other fields.



(2) Specification  


                Galvanized iron wire

Electro Galvanized iron wire

Hot-dipped Galvanized iron wire

specification

0.2mm-4.0mm

Zinc rate

8g-12g/m2

40g-60g/m2

Tensile strength

30kg-70kg/mm2

Elongation rate

10%-25%

Weight/Coil

0.1kg-800kg/coil

packing

Plastic inside and hessian woven/nylon woven outside


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