Galvanized Stranded Wires are metal cables which are used for their tensile strength. Generally, they are made up of 6 wires stranded around 1 wire (in total, there are seven wires twisted together) and may be from a few millimeters to several centimeters in diameter. Several cables made up of twisted components may themselves be combined to form a single stay wire. The metals normally used are steel, copper, aluminum, zinc, stainless steel (or their alloys) and even galvanized steel. A common use for stay wires is in the electricity industry, using the wire to stay power poles and tower structures.
- Diameter of Wire: 0.80mm-5.0mm
- Tensile Strength: 1000Mpa min
- Zinc Coating: 80g-550g/m2
- Conductor Material: steel