Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire BWG 20, BWG22 High Quality Factory Price

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Material: Galvanized Iron Wire,Steel Wire,Low-Carbon Iron Wire,Galvanized Steel Wire,Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round,Oval Application: Construction Wire Mesh,Protectiong Mesh,Fence Mesh,Decorative Mesh,Gabion Mesh,Window Curtain,Barbecue Wire Mesh,Cages
Type: Steel Coll,Galvanized Wild in Width: 2.1M,1.8M,1.6M,1.5M,1.1M Surface Treatment: Coated
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing,Hot Drawing Status: Soft State,In Hard State,Hard State Thickness: Metal Fiber,Metal Microfilament,Metal Filament,Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Hot Dipped Galvanized

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1.Structure of Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire Descrildn

Galvanized wire can be classified into hot-dipped galvanized iron wire and electro galvanized wire according to the differences of processing. It is solid, durable and extremely versatile, thus is widly used by landscapers, craft makers, ribbon manufacturers, jewelers and contractors. 

Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire the Material is super carbon steel, and the Processing is by drawing, hot-dip zinc-plating, the Standard wire gauge from BWG8 to BWG39.


2.Main Features of Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire

Excellent flexibility and softness

Suitable usage: Net making,winding,baling, hanging and so on


3.Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire Images

Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire BWG 20, BWG22 High Quality Factory Price

Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire BWG 20, BWG22 High Quality Factory Price


4.Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire Specification

Galvanized Wire

Wire Gauge

SWG(mm)

BWG(mm)

Metric(mm)

8

4.05

4.19

4.00

9

3.66

3.76

4.00

10

3.25

3.40

3.50

11

2.95

3.05

3.00

12

2.64

2.77

2.80

13

2.34

2.41

2.50

14

2.03

2.11

2.50

15

1.83

1.83

1.80

16

1.63

1.65

1.65

17

1.42

1.47

1.40

18

1.22

1.25

1.20

19

1.02

1.07

1.00

20

0.91

0.84

0.90

21

0.81

0.81

0.80

22

0.71

0.71

0.70


5.FAQ

Q:How do you ship the finished Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire?

 A:Usually by sea.

 

Q:Are you a manufacturer?

 A: Yes,we have specialized in this field for more than 7 years experience.

 

Q:How many days will the samples be finished?And how about the mass production?

 A:Generally,3-5 days for samples of galvanized iron wire making, the time of mass production depends on the quantity,18-20 days for 3-5 containers. please noticed that we can offer you free sample to check the quality.

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