Black annealed wire
Black annealed iron wire is also called black iron wire, soft annealed wire and annealed iron wire. It includes annealed wire and black oiled wire. The black annealed iron wire is named for its pure black color. The soft annealing line provides excellent flexibility and softness through an oxygen-free annealing process.
Black annealed iron wire is obtained by thermal annealing and gives it the characteristics required for its main purpose (solidification). The wire can be used in civil construction and agriculture. Depending on the application, the black annealed wire is stored in coils or spools of different weights and sizes.
Black annealed iron wire materials: iron wire and carbon steel wire.
Features of black annealed iron wire:
- Low cost and economy
- Easy to handle and install
- Soft and flexible characteristics
- Continuous roll and uniform diameter
Application of black annealed iron wire:
- Black annealed iron wire is called live wire in civil construction and is widely used in iron inlays.
- Black annealed wire is widely used as a binding or lashing line in buildings, parks and daily binding.
- In agriculture, annealed wire is used for haystacks.
- At the same time, the black annealing wire can be processed into coil wire, bobbin, large packaging wire or further straightened and cut into cutting wire or U-shaped wire.
Size reference for Black Annealed Iron Wire:
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