Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire / Barbed Wire Bto-22

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Material: Stainless Steel Wire,Galvanized Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round Application: Protectiong Mesh,Fence Mesh
Type: Steel Coll,Galvanized Wild in Width: 1.1M Surface Treatment: galvanized
Metal Wire Drawing: Hot Drawing Status: Hard State Thickness: Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Hot Dipped Galvanized,Electro Galvanized

Product Description:

Product Description

Galvanized razor barbed wire / barbed wire 

Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire / Barbed Wire

1. Razor barbed wire and barbed wire can both be supplied.

2. Factory certificate: ISO9001:2000; SGS; CE; BV; etc

3. Regular specification of razor barbed wire:

Blade Specification

Blade Forms

Blade Thickness

Core Wire Dia.

Blade Length

Blade Width

Blade Space

BTO-10


0.5±0.05

2.5±0.1

10±1

13±1

26±1

BTO-12


0.5±0.05

2.5±0.1

12±1

15±1

26±1

BTO-18


0.5±0.05

2.5±0.1

18±1

15±1

33±1

BTO-22


0.5±0.05

2.5±0.1

22±1

15±1

34±1

BTO-28


0.5±0.05

2.5

28

15

45±1

BTO-30


0.5±0.05

2.5

30

18

45±1

CBT-60


0.6±0.05

2.5±0.1

60±2

32±1

100±2

CBT-65


0.6±0.05

2.5±0.1

65±2

21±1

100±2



Ex. Dia.

No. of Turns

Standard Covering Length

Production Model

Remarks

450mm

33

8M

CBT-65

Single coil

500mm

41

10M

CBT-65

Single coil

700mm

41

10M

CBT-65

Single coil

960mm

53

13M

CBT-65

Single coil

500mm

102

16M

BTO-12.18.22

Cross type

600mm

86

14M

BTO-12.18.22

Cross type

700mm

72

12M

BTO-12.18.22

Cross type

800mm

64

10M

BTO-12.18.22

Cross type

960mm

52

9M

BTO-12.18.22

Cross type

 
4. Package of razor barbed wire:
 Wrapped with plastic cloth inside, plastic woven bag outside. Every 20 bundles are wrapped with steel strip, into one large bundle.

5. Barbed wire can also supplied, pls see specification as following:

Barb wire
Material:Galvanized steel wire, PVC coated iron wire
Application:Protecting of military, industry, agriculture, animal husbandry, dwelling house, plantation or fencing.
Product Features:Anti-aging, Corrosion resistance, Protective Ability
Corrosion form:PVC coated, plastic coated, electric galvanized and hot dipped galvanized
Weaving types:Single twist barbed wire and double twist barbed wire, Reverse twisted and continuous twisted.
Package:In coil of 25 kilos or 50 kilos net, lined with P.V.C strips, then wrapped with P.V.C or hessian cloth.
Specification:
TypeWire Gauge (SWG)Barb   Distance (cm)Barb   Length (cm)Electric Galvanized Barbed Wire; Hot-dip zinc plating  barbed wire10# x 12#7.5-151.5-312# x 12#12# x 14#14# x 14#14# x 16#16# x 16#16# x 18#PVC coated barbed wire; PE barbed wirebefore coatingafter coating7.5-151.5-31.0mm-3.5mm1.4mm-4.0mmBWG11#-20#BWG8#-17#SWG11#-20#SWG8#-17#PVC PE coating thickness: 0.4mm-0.6mm; different colors or length are available at customers request



Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire / Barbed Wire
6. Application:
Razor Barbed Wire is widely used in military affairs, prison, government, bank, and also in living wall, personal house, villatic wall, window, autobahn, railway and border of the fence.

Galvanized Razor Barbed Wire / Barbed Wire


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