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Stainless Steel 316L Wire, 14 AWG - 7 Spool Sizes

$16.16 - $960.89
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14 AWG
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Looking for an adaptable, general-purpose wire, with properties that make it a go-to material for a variety of applications? Stainless steel wire is ideal for use in countless projects. Alloy 316L operates at temperatures of up to 925°C (1697°F), welds easily, and is highly resistant to corrosion. These properties combine to create a product suitable for specialized marine, scientific, and medical applications, as well as general electrical projects, jewelry making and crafting. With stainless steel wire, you’ll stay prepared for many projects.

Available in seven spool sizes, our Stainless Steel 316L Wire is a single strand wire without a coating. Add to cart now if our stock stainless steel wire meets your needs. Require customizations to this wire to meet the demands of your project? We can cut your wire to length, wind it, and provide a wide range of additional services to ensure your specifications are met. Choose “add to quote” to get in touch with us today for custom wire services.

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  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Grade: SAE 316L
  • Finish: Bright / Clean
  • Diameter: 0.0640"
  • Resistance at 20°C (68°F): 0.109 Ω/ft
  • Max. Operating Temperature: 925°C (1697°F)

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  • 5
    14 AWG wire

    Posted by Luci L on May 12th 2024

    I bought this to make into rings for chainmail, works great! Will definitely be buying more in bulk :)

  • 5
    14 AWG?

    Posted by Randy G Klobas on Nov 22nd 2020

    I needed stainless wire to repair an ocean crab trap. These traps sell for $150, so it's worth repairing. The 14 AWG wire is thicker than the original wire, but it worked just fine and I had fun making the repair.