Spooled but coiled upon request

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Description

Cut to your specifications, this ½-hard sterling silver round wire is ideal for creating components, wire wrapping and other forming techniques.

Metal that is 1/2-hard is partially work-hardened and will hold its shape under some stress. Keep in mind that hardness is changeable by soldering, annealing, heat-hardening or work-hardening.

This wire is packaged on spools but may be coiled upon request (10-ozt. maximum per coil). Available in custom cuts of any length, with a minimum weight of 0.01 ozt. If you click 'Add to Cart' for a quantity less than this, a prompt will prevent you from ordering.


Specifications:
  • Country of origin : United States
  • Metal type : Sterling silver
  • Purity : .925
  • Hardness : 1/2-hard
  • Form : Wire
  • Shape : Round
  • Dimensions : .020" (0.51mm)
  • Gauge : 24 ga.
  • Length per weight : 49.02 ft./ozt. (1494.13 cm/ozt.)
  • Weight per length : 0.020 ozt./ft. (0.001 ozt./cm)

Please Note: • If you order this wire coiled, be aware that its maximum coil size is 10 ozt.; we will distribute orders larger than 10 ozt. onto as many 10-ozt. coils as necessary plus a smaller coil with any remainder (for example, if you order 24 ozts. of wire, you will receive two 10-ozt. coils and one 4-ozt. coil).
• Be aware that fine-gauge wire that is normally spooled may simply be wrapped and bagged, at our discretion, when ordered in lengths less than 5 ft.
• We strive to measure quantities ordered as closely as possible; however, due to manufacturing tolerances at the mill, please allow for a ±10% variance when ordering.
IMPORTANT: Sterling silver is an alloy containing metals that react with chemicals found in air and produce tarnish; high moisture levels, exposure to sunlight and contaminants such as salt water increase this reaction. Take steps to protect your sterling silver by keeping it in airtight packages, use tarnish-resistant products (such as tarnish tabs or strips) that absorb harmful chemicals, and store metals in a cool, dry place. Most tarnish is easily removed by polishing with a mild abrasive or soaking in an anti-tarnish solution.
• A 15% restocking fee applies to returns of custom cut-to-order metals.

Catalog page: 2020-2021 Tools and Equipment Catalog p. 783