Tie wire is fully annealed wire for use in the construction and insulation industry. GERARD DANIEL's annealing process continuously produces a soft, but strong wire, giving it the flexibility that is necessary for quick tying and the strength to hold. Recommended to be employed in bundling or securing products such as insulation, wire, rod, lumber, PVC tubes, pipe and rebar. Common alloys of tie wire are stainless steel, galvanized, black annealed, copper-coated and PVC-coated.
GERARD DANIEL Tie Wire, 9 ga Gauge, 60000 to 75000 psi Tensile Strength, Carbon Steel, Black
|Tensile Strength||:||60000 to 75000 psi|