Annealed Wire

The fabrication process of this wire is divided into two stages: the cold-working stretching known as wire-drawing and the annealing through gas-produced heat in bell furnaces. This process rearranges the steel molecules and gives the product the malleability and resistance needed for its different uses.
Common applications
It is mainly used in rod and ring ties for the construction of beam cages and slats in homes, warehouses, roads, etcetera.