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High Tensile Galvanized Steel Wire

Do you work in a business that goes through a significant amount of baling wire each day? If you are a high-volume operator, you’ll want to make sure that you have plenty of wire on hand for all of the work that needs to be done. For those with large 2-ram balers that pull from a coil on a stand, consider our high tensile galvanized steel wire. Vulcan offers large coils of galvanized 145 grade wire held on a stand for easy transport.


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Size Options

Our Super High Tensile Wire is available in multiple gauge options. Shop by gauge, number of stands, or baler model. Contact us for help to determine the correct size for your baler.

GAUGE WEIGHT PER STAND PART #
12 1,000 – 2,000 LBS ASPG12.45&1
11 1,000 – 2,000 LBS ASPG11.45&1

Your warehouse may quickly grind to a halt if you don’t have the right wire on hand, so order today and make sure you are prepared.

Ready to Meet Your Needs

At Vulcan, we know that one size does not fit all in the world of baling. The machine you use has specific wire requirements that will need to be met in order for the machine to work properly. If you already know what kind of wire you need, simply place your order and we will do the rest. If not, feel free to contact us for assistance. We’ll be happy to work with you to determine the right wire for your situation. We offer a variety of gauges within this product category and a number of other wire products that may be more suitable as well. It’s a safe bet that we’ll have something that fits your needs nicely.

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We appreciate the time you have taken to stop by our site and learn more about the products we offer. Whether you need our high tensile strength steel wire or one of our many other quality offerings, our team looks forward to working with you.

Contact us right away to ask any questions or to place an order. Thanks for stopping by!

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Not all bales are created equal. Some bales are big or small. Some bales expand or shrink. If you recycle paper, plastic, or metal, VULCAN WIRE will help you choose the appropriate gauge and length bale tie or auto tie wire specific to your baler needs. Call us today for a free quote.

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