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Wire rods

Wire rod is a rolled steel product (alloy or non-alloy), manufactured from a semi-finished steel with a rectangular, rounded, hexagonal or squared shape. Especially, fine cross-sections are reached by sequent cold drawing. Wire rod is wrapped around into the coils and also carried in this form. Steel wire rods can be used for a wide range of products depending on how it is shaped and treated. The main usage is wire mesh, nails springs, reinforcement wire, barbed wire, wire ropes , welded wire mesh.



Product Details




Coil   Weight

05-20 mm

Round, no twisted, light and smooth for SAE1006/1008B   Carbon Steel Wire Rod Coil


1.8 – 2.1 ton can be more, depend size


Q195 - 235; SAE1008 - SAE1018,   stainless steel non alloyed

price terms

Delivery Detail

FOB,CRF,CIF,EXW  all   acceptable

inventory About 3-5custom-made 15-20According to   order's quantity.

standard export packing   (inside:water proof paper,outside:steel covered with strips and pallets)

20ft   GP:5898mm(Length)x2352mm(Width)x2393mm(High)

40ft   GP:12032mm(Length)x2352mm(Width)x2393mm(High)

40ft   HC:12032mm(Length)x2352mm(Width)x2698mm(High)

Wire rods are mainly used as blanks for wire drawing, and can also be directly used as building materials and processed into mechanical parts.

Wire rod, also known as wire rod, usually refers to small diameter round steel in coils. The diameter of the wire rod is in the range of 5-19 mm (usually 6-9 mm), and its lower limit is the minimum size of the hot rolled steel section.
Wire rods are round steel with relatively small diameter. The commodity form is supplied in coils. On the construction site, the common ones are those with diameters of 6, 8, 10 and 12 mm, most of which are low carbon steel. Generally, they are not used for the main reinforcement of reinforced concrete structures, but are mainly used for making reinforcement sleeves. There are also small diameter "brick reinforcement" used in brick concrete structures.