Baling wire is a strong but relatively flexible type of wire that can be used in a number of ways. Sometimes referred to as farm wire, it was first developed for strictly agricultural purposes. However, the fact that the wire is relatively easy to manipulate has led to baling wire becoming a staple in the arsenal of many do-it-yourselfers.
Originally, baling wire was utilized to bind various types of loose grasses and crops, such as hay, into solid bales. This is still true today. Baling wire is what holds together bales of hay, various types of grasses, and straw. While the baling wire was once applied manually, baling machines are often used today to compress the matter into a solid square or rectangular unit and then place four or more bands of baling wire around the unit. The end result is that the bale is easily transported with little or no worry about breaking up.
Standard: ASTM498;JIS G3547
Packing: Spool type,coil,Z2,Z3
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