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Merchant Wire

Bundling heavy items can be a serious challenge. For such a job, you need a wire that is flexible enough to wrap around the items, while also possessing the strength to hold them together. Few products are up to this task, but merchant wire is one of them.

Our merchant wire, also known as bundling wire, is soft black annealed wire. It is available in four gauges. The wire is packed at 20/100 lb. coils wound on a stand at 2,000 lbs. each. As is always the case with products you purchase from us, you can expect the quality to be top-notch and the wire to be consistent from bundle to bundle.


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Size Options

Here are the size options four our Merchants/Bundling Wire. Contact us for help to determine the correct size for your baler.

GAUGE WEIGHT PER BUNDLE PART #
12 2,000 LBS ACM12.06A00
11 2,000 LBS ACM11.06A00
10 2,000 LBS ACM10.06A00

Extreme Versatility

With so many potential uses, it makes sense to keep at least one bundle of this helpful wire on hand at all times. While it is commonly used for the task of tying rebar in construction projects, such work is far from the only project this wire can tackle.

Flexible

Our soft, black annealed wire can be used for many agricultural applications and is flexible enough to make hand-tying a relatively easy process. When you need flexibility for the tasks you have in mind, you’ll want to stick with this type of annealed wire, rather than a galvanized product. Annealed wire is softer than wire that has been galvanized, making it the better choice for some applications.

Stand Up To High Temps

Some wire applications require use in high temperature environments. We have several clients who make use of our merchant wire at extreme temperatures with no issues. Let us know your needs, and we can offer the best product recommendations.

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Not sure if merchant wire is the right product for your job, or unsure of which gauge will be the right fit? No problem. You can contact our expert team here at Vulcan to have all of your questions answered in a timely manner. It is the service we provide our clients that sets us apart from the competition.

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