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Acoustical Ceiling Wire

Acoustical ceilings are used in a variety of settings. Commonly seen in offices, they are also very common in schools, medical facilities, and more. In addition to the acoustic benefits referenced in the name, these kinds of ceilings are also affordable, easy to install, and accessible when maintenance is needed. Of course, if you are going to install or repair this type of ceiling, you’ll need the right acoustical ceiling wire on hand. Vulcan Wire is proud to carry this product in a number of stock lengths to suit your project.

This is 12-gauge soft wire (hanger wire) straightened and cut to a specific length. The 1006 carbon wire has 55 – 72 psi max and has standard commercial coating manufactured using hot dipped galvanizing.


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Size Options

Here are the size options for our Acoustical Ceiling Wire. Note that 25 bundles = 1 log. Custom lengths are also available upon request, from 2’-30’.

GAUGE & LENGTH BUNDLE QUANTITY PART#
12 GA X 4’ 100 ACW12#G0400
12 GA X 6’ 100 ACW12#G0600
12 GA X 8’ 100 ACW12#G0800
12 GA X 10’ 100 ACW12#G1000
12 GA X 12’ 100 ACW12#G1200
12 GA X 20’ 100 ACW12#G2000

The Right Wire For The Job

Trying to use another type of wire in this application may be tempting, but it would never be quite right. Our acoustic ceiling hangers are specifically designed and manufactured with these types of ceilings in mind.

For starters, it is 12 gauge, which is a commonly accepted standard for many drop ceilings. The wire itself is 1006 carbon and features a typical commercial coating produced through hot-dip galvanization. Also, it has been straightened to allow for easy installation. For additional convenience, the wire is shipped to you pre-cut to accurate lengths (4’, 6’, 8’ 10’, 12’, and 20’ available as stock). Each bundle includes 100 wires, and custom lengths up to 30’ are available.

A Reliable Supplier

No matter where your ceiling is being installed, having the right wire for the task is essential. As our current and previous clients can attest, we are committed to selling high-quality products at competitive prices.

Contact us to get started. You can simply place an order, or you can request more information from our helpful team. Thank you for taking the time to visit, and we look forward to serving you.

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