Galvanized Wire for Sale

Galvanized Wire for Sale

Materials: Mild steel
Diameter: 0.25 mm – 5.0 mm
Coil Weight: 1 kg – 1,000 kg
Surface Treatment: Electro galvanizing, Hot-dip galvanizing

Galvanized Wire for Sale

Galvanized steel wire is a durable and high-strength material. Its lightweight property also makes it easy to cut and use. It can be used directly or further processed for different applications, such as handicrafts, fencing, packaging, nails, etc. Wanzhi Steel offers both electro-galvanized and hot-dipped galvanized wire for sale, which are available in various specifications and finishes. Welcome to contact us for more details.

Galvanized Wire

Galvanized Wire

Galvanized Steel Wire

Galvanized Steel Wire

Specifications of GI Steel Wire

Product Galvanized Wire
Materials Low carbon steel (Q195, Q235)
Diameter 0.25 mm – 5.0 mm
Coil Weight 1 kg – 1,000 kg or as per your requirements
Surface Treatment Electro galvanizing, Hot-dip galvanizing
Zinc Coating Thickness 8 – 25 g/m2 (cold), 40 – 350 g/m2 (hot-dipped)
Applications Tie wire for packaging or supporting, making rope, net, fence, screen, etc.


Regarding the packaging of galvanized wire, Wanzhi Steel offers the following two types:

1. Plastic film inside and linen outside;

2. Plastic film inside and moisture-proof paper outside.

Note: The weight of galvanized wire varies from 1 kg – 1,000 kg per roll. If you have special requirements, it can also be customized.

Finished Galvanized Wire

Finished Galvanized Wire

GI Wires for Sale

Galvanized Wire Packaging

Wholesale Galvanized Wire

Wanzhi Steel is a wholesale galvanized wire manufacturer in China. We have more than 20 sets of advanced production facilities and continuous galvanizing lines. We produce over 50,000 tons of wire per year for sale worldwide. This means that we are fully capable of meeting the demand for large-volume orders. Below is what we will offer:

1. Wire diameters from 0.45 mm to 5.5 mm are available.
2. Electro-galvanized and hot-dip galvanized wires are available.
3. Wholesale GI wire price for bulk-buy orders.
4. We have a large inventory to meet your urgent orders.
5. Customized sizes and packaging are available.
6. One-stop solution supplier. We also have PVC-coated wires, black annealed wires, and a wide range of mesh products to meet your needs.
7. Free samples are available (shipping freight is paid by the customer).
8. There is a strict quality control system to ensure that all galvanized wires are produced according to industry standards.

Production Line

Production Line

Wanzhi Steel Wire Factory

Wanzhi Wire Factory

Common Gauge of Galvanized Steel Wire

Below is the common gauge of galvanized wire for your reference.

Wire Gauge Size SWG (mm) BWG (mm) AWG(mm) Metric (mm)
6 4.81 5.16 4.11 5
7 4.47 4.57 3.67 4.5
8 4.06 4.19 3.26 4.00
9 3.66 3.76 2.91
10 3.25 3.40 2.59 3.50
11 2.95 3.05 2.3 3.00
12 2.64 2.77 2.05 2.80
13 2.34 2.41 1.83 2.50
14 2.03 2.11 1.63
15 1.83 1.83 1.45 1.80
16 1.63 1.65 1.29 1.65
17 1.42 1.47 1.15 1.40
18 1.22 1.25 1.02 1.20
19 1.02 1.07 0.91 1.00
20 0.91 0.89 0.812 0.90
21 0.81 0.813 0.723 0.80
22 0.71 0.711 0.644 0.70
23 0.61 0.64 0.573 0558
24 0.559 0.56 0.511
25 0.508 0.51 0.455
26 0.457 0.46 0.405
27 0.417 0.41 0.361

Note: The larger the number, the smaller the wire, for example, 12 gauge galvanized wire is thinner than 9 gauge. In general, lower gauge or thicker wire is best used for stronger projects. While higher gauge galvanized wire is suitable for garden and pet fencing.

How to Choose the Gauges of Galvanized Wire?

It is important to choose the correct size of galvanized wire. When you are ready to choose galvanized wire you should consider both strength and usage.

1. According to the Strength

What is the strength of the galvanized wire you need? Generally, the wire gauge determines its overall strength or breaking weight. For example, 12 gauge low carbon galvanized wire has a breaking weight of about 500 lbs. While a 14 gauge GI wire has a breaking weight of about 800 lbs. You should be clear on how strong your project needs to be to better choose its gauge.

2. Depending on the Application

If you are going to use galvanized wire for fencing, we have some suggestions for you. When you’re fencing large, heavy animals, you might consider using sturdy 12 gauge or stronger 9 gauge wire. And thinner 16 gauge GI wire is ideal for garden fencing. Of course, the specifics should be determined by your actual use. If you have any questions, you can consult with Wanzhi Steel. Our experienced sales managers will give you the answer.

9 Guage GI Wire

9 Guage GI Wire

16 Guage Galvanized Wire

16 Guage Galvanized Wire

Galvanized Wire Properties

Galvanized wire for sale has very many good qualities and characteristics. Next, Wanzhi Steel will take you to know more about it.

1. Flat and Smooth Surface

The galvanized steel wire improves the unevenness of the wire. The zinc layer is able to cover up the fine lines on the wire. This makes the surface of the wire appear flatter and smoother. It will be used for the garden fence will look particularly beautiful.

2. High Resistance to Damage

The bare steel wire can easily be scratched or otherwise damaged, which weakens the wire’s strength. But galvanized steel wire is different. The zinc layer on its surface provides a hard protective layer for the wire. The zinc layer provides a protective shield between the wire and the outside world, making it more resistant to damage than plain steel wire alone.

3. Good Toughness and Flexibility

Galvanized wire for sale is a kind of iron wire made by drawing using low-carbon steel. Therefore, its toughness is excellent. Formed galvanized wire products can be bent and folded. It is also very elastic. It is very good to use this material to make springs.

4. Fire Resistant

GI steel wire is also common in industrial applications where there is a risk of fire. It is an indisputable fact that it remains strong in most fires. This is because when the wire is hot-dipped, the resulting zinc has an even higher melting point than regular zinc. The zinc layer’s resistance to melting helps prevent the steel inside the wire from reaching its own melting point.

5. Low Cost

Galvanized steel is often a more affordable option than other types of wire products, such as PVC-coated wire. Galvanized wire offers price advantages along with strong, long-lasting and durable properties. This means that galvanized wire is less prone to damage, which greatly reduces the cost of repairs and replacements.

6. Long life span

The long life of galvanized steel wire is one of the reasons why many people are willing to buy it. Galvanized wire can last up to about 20 years in harsh or high humidity environments. And it can last up to 50 years or longer in normal environments.

Galvanized Wire Coils

Galvanized Wire Coils

Galvanized Wire Stock

GI Wire in Stock

Galvanized Iron Wire Uses

Galvanized iron wire is usually used as binding wire, fencing wire, etc. Due to its durability and bright surface, it is also used for supporting climbing plants, making crafts, etc. The wide applications also make the galvanized wire a promising investment project.

1. Fencing & Screen

GI wire is an ideal choice for making fences around houses, playgrounds, expressways, bridges, etc, which can secure your property. The common forms include razor wire and chain link fences on the market. Also, you can find fine filtration cloth or screens, such as insect screens.

2. Supporting & Binding

GI steel wire has excellent strength, which makes it a good binding material so that it is an ideal material for making gabions or slope stabilization.

3. Agriculture & Animal Husbandry

In the agricultural industry, galvanized steel wire can be supporting climbing plants, such as tomatoes, grapes, etc. It is known as garden wire. Besides that, GI wire is an ideal material for making cages or fencing for animals.

4. Other Industry

Galvanized iron wire also finds popular application in wire for telecom cable, making wire nails, ropes, tie wire or binding wire, and other daily use.

Fence Wire

Fence Wire

Construction Bundling

Construction Bundling

What Is Galvanized Wire?

Galvanized steel wire is steel wire which is coated with a zinc layer, which can protect the steel wire from rust and corrosion. Zinc can be applied using a method in which the wire is dipped into a molten bath of zinc or it can be electroplated on the surface. Due to its durability and smooth finish, it is suitable for many applications.

GI Wire Manufacturing Process

The production of GI wire is simple. We use steel rods as raw materials. Then the first step is to clean or pickle the wire rods to remove the oxides and impurities on the surface. After that, the descaled wire rods will go through wire drawing machines to make wires of the required size. These wires are often referred to as “black wires”. After being pickled and annealed, the wire will be galvanized, including hot-dipped galvanizing and electro-galvanizing. Then they will be rolled up into coils. You can package them up for sale after quality control.


Galvanized Wire Manufacturing Process

Manufacturing Process of Galvanized Wire

What Is Quality Galvanized Iron Wire?

1. Firstly, the wire surface should be smooth without sagging, dripping, slags, or other obvious defects. For example, the zinc leakage area should be less than 0.5 mm; Also, no more than 3 leakage spots per square centimeter.
2. Secondly, the zinc layer should be uniform and it should be firmly bonded to the base metal, which will not fall off or bulge through the hammer test.
3. Thirdly, the diameter tolerance should be within a reasonable range.

Can Galvanized Wire be Used Outside?

Yes. One of the most important properties of galvanized wire is its ability to resist rust. Therefore, it is well suited for outdoor use, such as the outdoor fences we commonly see. In the case of ungalvanized wire, for example, constant rain and wet weather can cause it to corrode quickly. Unlike galvanized wire, however, it can adapt to harsh weather conditions. It holds up well even in wet and salt-laden conditions.

Does Galvanized Wire Rust?

The answer is yes, but very slowly. Galvanized wire is much more corrosion resistant than black iron wire. The galvanizing process is a zinc coating applied on the surface of steel wire. It can prevent the steel wire from rusting for years because of the zinc oxide layer on the surface. However, when the zinc layer breaks down, rusting will be inevitable. But as mentioned, it is slow enough, say several decades, for your applications.

High Qulity GI Steel Wire

High Qulity GI Steel Wire

Galvanized Wires Warehouse

Galvanized Wires Warehouse

Types of Galvanized Steel Wire

According to the galvanizing process, GI wires are divided into hot-dip galvanized wire and cold galvanized wire (electro-galvanized steel wire). Below are more details for your reference.

Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

Hot dipped steel wire is processed through a hot-dipped zinc bathing process. That is the wire is immersed in hot zinc molten so that the surface is fully covered with a zinc-coating layer. The hot-dip GI wire has excellent corrosion resistance, flexibility, and softness.

Manufacturing process: Steel rod coil — pre-treatment — wire drawing — rust removing — acid washing — thermal zinc coating — annealing — (wire re-drawing) –wire coiling — quality control — packaging.

Electro Galvanized Wire

The difference between hot-dipped and electro galvanized wire is the galvanizing process. The latter one uses the principle of electrolysis to paint a thin layer of zinc to the surface of steel wire. It makes the wire surface uniform and shiny.

Production process: Steel rod coil — pre-treatment — wire drawing ( wire redrawing) — rust removing — acid washing — cold galvanizing — wire coiling –quality control — packaging.

Hot Dipped GI Wire

Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

Electro Galvanized Wire for Sale

Electro Galvanized Wire

Galvanized Wire Price

When looking for galvanized wire for sale, it is inevitable to ask the price of GI wire. You can find the market price ranges from 400-1,500 USD. Actually, the galvanized wire price will be different due to many factors, such as the diameter, the thickness of zinc-coating, galvanizing methods, suppliers, policy, etc. Commonly, thick galvanized wire and thin wire are of different prices. And the electro-galvanized wires will be cheaper than the hot-dip galvanized wires. With the cancellation of rebate tax and increasing shipping costs, the GI wire cost also rises greatly.

Wanzhi Tips

As an experienced galvanized wire supplier, we have some tips for you to save your money:

1. To choose suitable wires depending on the use environment and purpose. For example, the hot-dipped galvanizing wire will be a better choice for corrosive areas, such as chemical plants. Even the hot-dipped wire is more expensive but it is also more durable. In the long term, it will save your maintenance time and costs.

2. To buy from a reliable galvanized wire manufacturer. A qualified supplier always offers quality and enough products. For example, at Wanzhi Steel, all products are tested before shipment.

3. Based on your budgets. Cold galvanized wires are more affordable. If you have a tight budget, it will be a good choice.

4. Place your order at right time. As we know, the steel wire changes every day. Some customers would like to wait for a better price. But according to our experience, the price today will be the best price. More than that, at Wanzhi Steel, we will offer discounts for bulk orders. If you want more details, please contact us!

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Buy Galvanized Wire from Wanzhi Steel

Whatever your purpose for purchasing galvanized steel wire, Wanzhi Steel has an ideal solution to meet your needs. Our products include hot-dipped galvanized and electro-galvanized wire, razor wire, barbed wire, as well as PVC coated wire, and various mesh products. In addition, we support our customers with on-site or online tours of our factory. Once you are ready to buy, please contact Wanzhi Steel immediately. We are at your service 24/7 and look forward to cooperation with you.