Black Annealed Low Carbon Steel Wire
The annealing process is used to achieve a finished product from low carbon steel wire. Annealing involves heating the wire to a specific temperature before cooling it at a prescribed rate in order to achieve the desired result.Annealing is used with the goal of increasing the ductility of the wire and reducing the hardness. This allows the wire to be flexible while still remaining durable. With these properties, annealed wire is self-tying and can stay in place when wrapped around itself.
Material: Q195 Q235 1006 1008.
Wire gauge: #8 to #22 (0.71 to 4.06mm).
Iron wire Tension strengh: 450-600N/m2
Steel wire Tension strengh: 1300-1600N/m2
Packing: Coils weight from 1kg to 500kg, inside plastic film and outside plastic bag.
Annealed wire comes in several gauges (i.e., wire diameters), forms (e.g., straight cut, loop, coiled, and U-type) and packaging options .
3.Double loop wire
5.Quick link wire
Due to its flexibility and durability, annealed wire is employed for binding and tying purposes in a wide range of industries, including the following:
1.In the agricultural industry, it is used to bale branches and hay.
2.In the construction industry, it is used to set iron and creating fencing and fence elements.
3.In the manufacturing industry, it is used for general baling, binding, and tying applications.
4.In the mining industry, it used to bind raw materials together and secure equipment.
5.In the packaging industry, it is used to secure product packaging as well as produce wire mesh for packaging molds.
6.In the recycling industry, it is used to tie scrap material—such as cardboard, metal, or paper—for easier transport through the processing facility.
In addition to its uses in the industrial sector, annealed wire is also utilized in the commercial and consumer sectors to produce products such as artwork and artisan crafts