Annealed Steel Carbon Wire

Annealed wire is a type of soft wire made from low carbon steel wire through the process of annealing. The ductility of this type of wire is high while the tensile strength is lower that of galvanized wire. Annealing is a heat treatment process that actually changes the physical and chemical properties of the wire.

Annealed Steel Wire - annealed carbon steel wire used for tying or binding purposes, and other industrial applications.

 

Application : Tying or binding material

 

Standard References

  • ASTM A510M-91 – Standard Specification for General Requirements for Wire Rods and Coarse Round Wire, Carbon Steel

  • ASTM A853-04 – Standard Specification for Steel Wire, Carbon, for General Use

Wire diameter

  • 0.80 – 4.19mm

  • Or as per customer requirement

Wire size tolerance

  • 0.80 to under 1.90 mm - ±0.03

  • 1.90 to under 4.19 mm - ±0.05

Maximum Tensile

  • Grade AISI 1006 – 415 N/mm2

  • Grade AISI 1008/1010 – 450 N/mm2

Minimum Elongation

  • 0.80 – 0.90mm – 7.5%

  • Over 0.90mm – 10%

Roll dimensions

  • Inner diameter (small roll) – 200-250mm

  • Outer diameter (small roll) – 320 – 350mm

  • Inner diameter (big roll) – 500-550mm

  • Outer diameter (big roll) – 650-700mm

Weight per roll

  • 0.80 – 1.10mm = 10kg (small roll)

  • 1.50 – 1.60mm = 25kg (small roll)

  • 2.00 – 4.19mm = 25, 50, 100 up to 250kg (big roll)

Roll packing

  • Six (6) to seven (7) small rolls of annealed wire are strapped per bundle and secured on a wooden pallet, making maximum weight of 1 ton per pallet.

  • Big rolls of annealed wire are bundled of maximum weight of 250 kg/bundle.

  • Identification tag or ticket are provided for every bundle and a sticker for the whole pallet.

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