Black Soft (Annealed) Wires

Description

    

The annealed wire is produced from low carbon rods and applied for domestic use and manufacture.

Softening of the wire is achieved by thermal annealing, giving it the properties that are required for its final use. This type of wire is commonly used in constructions and also for agricultural purposes. Therefore, in the civil construction, the annealed wire also known as `burnt` is used for binding the iron armature. In agriculture is used to tie hay-bale and grass. 

The annealed wire is stored in coils of various weight and diameter, depending on its final use.

Technical Characteristics

BLACK SOFT WIRE (ANNEALED)

RAW MATERIAL QUALITY

Wire rod SAE 1005, SAE 1006, SAE 1008 & SAE 1010 (according to ASTM A510M)

DIAMETER

From Φ1,20 mm to Φ5,00 mm

PACKAGING - WEIGHT

- From Φ1,20 mm to Φ1,40 mm: Coils weighing 40 kg, with an internal diameter of 230 mm and an external diameter of 350 mm.

- From Φ1,50 mm to Φ5,00 mm: Coils weighing from 500 kg to 1200 kg, with an internal diameter of 400 mm and an external diameter of 800 mm.

DIMENSIONS, OUT-OF-ROUNDNESS, TOLERANCE

According to ΕΝ 10218-02