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G.I. Wire

G.I. Wire

GI wire, short for Galvanized Iron wire, is a type of wire that undergoes a galvanization process to enhance its corrosion resistance. The wire is typically made from carbon steel, and a layer of zinc is applied to its surface through hot-dip galvanizing or electroplating. This coating protects the underlying steel from rust and corrosion, making GI wire suitable for various applications where exposure to environmental elements is a concern.

GI wire is widely used in construction, fencing, agriculture, and other industries. Its corrosion-resistant properties make it suitable for outdoor and exposed environments, ensuring longevity and durability. The wire is available in different thicknesses, or gauges, to meet specific strength and application requirements.


Galvanized Coating

GI wires are coated with a layer of zinc to protect against corrosion, enhancing their durability.

High Tensile Strength

They possess high tensile strength, making them strong and resilient.


GI wires are flexible and can be easily bent or twisted, allowing for versatile applications.

Uniform Coating

The galvanized coating is typically applied uniformly, providing consistent protection across the entire length of the wire.


Suitable for various applications in construction, fencing, agriculture, and more.



Used for binding and tying reinforcement bars (rebar) in construction projects.


GI wires are commonly used for fencing purposes due to their strength and corrosion resistance.


 Used in agriculture for various applications, including securing plants, making fences, and constructing trellises.

Mesh and Netting

GI wires are used to create wire mesh and netting for various applications, such as poultry fencing and garden protection.


Used in the packaging industry for binding together compressed materials like paper, cardboard, and plastic.