Wire for coathangers and coathanger hooks

Wire for coathangers and coathanger hooks

This shiny galvanized low carbon wire provides the ideal properties to let itself be transformed on high-speed automatic machines into a laundry type of coathangers and into coathanger hooks (for plastic coathangers) with an extreme form stability. Standard dia range varies from 2.15 up to 3.00 mm. The wire is supplied in patternlaid Orbit26 type of coils.


  • Shiny smooth wire surface
  • Narrow dia tolerances
  • Presented in smoothly unwinding patternlaid coils
  • High adherence of the zinccoating to the basic steel


Laundry wire coathangers
Wooden and plastic coathangers for cloakrooms


Shape Wire
Bulk Material C-steel
Coating Zinc
Number of Wires 13-37
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