GI Wire

Type: Tie-Wire
Wire Diameter (gauge): #16
Weight per roll (kilograms): 35 kgs
Sale price₱2,030.00

GI Wire#16 - 35kgs

Wire diameter: 1.60 - 1.65mm
Tensile strength: 420 MPa
Length: 56 meters/kg
Zinc coating: 25 g/m2
Weight Tolerance: 0.5 kgs/roll



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You get easy-to-store wires. We make rust-resistant wires that are low maintenance and don't need wrapping.

You get the tonnage you pay for. Our GI Wire's weight tolerance does not exceed 0.5 kgs per roll. We do not cheat you by reducing the wires by more than our standard tolerance.

If you have concerns with your order’s quality, Viber us a photo or video (0917-797-8824).

If we consider it valid, we will replace it. We will only consider concerns within 10 days of your pickup date though!

Lona: if you bring an open truck, make sure that your pickup truck covers your items with lona to protect from the rain.

Forklifts: use forklifts or cranes to unload /load /transport your items.

Pallets: it’s best to store items on top of pallets. Avoid letting the items touch the ground directly to prevent wet floors from rusting the items.

Roof: it’s mandatory to store items in warehouses with covered roofs.

Rusting: when exposed to air for too long, non-galvanized items like Nails, Wire Mesh, and BI Wire are prone to rusting. Rusting by air only affects the item’s surface, unlike rusting by water. If you plan to store your items for longer than 2 weeks, make sure that the Nail boxes remain sealed, or your Wire Mesh/BI Wire are draped in covers like lona.


Galvanized Iron Wire
This is also known as Tie-Wire. We package them in rolls of 35 kgs by Birmingham Wire Gauge sizes. We make the softest wires in the industry.

THE PROCESS: BI Wires are heated through a bunker fuel-powered furnace, pickled through hydrochloric acid, and hot-dip galvanized in a Zinc bath to coat the surface. 


GI Wire is cut and then used to tie steel bar structures (like rebar cages and stirrups) in place before pouring concrete. Its bendable nature makes it easy to make knots around steel bars. Recommended sizes are #16 or #18 wire gauge.

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