High Quality Electro Galvanized Iron Wire For Hexagonal Wire Mesh

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Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Spool, Reel, Coil,
Delivery Detail:2~5weeks

Specifications

1) Bright and smooth surface
2) Different coil weight available
3) Small tolerance on wire diameter
4)ISO approved



Product Description


Electro Galvanized Wire


1)Application:

This kind of industrial wire is mainly used in construction, making of wire nails and wire ropes, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.

2) Material:

Carbon steel wire, mild steel wire

4) Surface:

Electro Galvanization

5)Diameter:

0.28mm~4.00mm

Tensile strength

320-500MPA

6) Technical Info:

Surface: hot-dipped zinc coated

     Tensile strength:340-500 N/mm2 for all sizes
      Elongation: Min. 10% for all sizes

7) Packing:

2kg~500kg, in small coils, big coils and on spool or drums

9) All can be produced according to customers’ actual requirement.


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