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Tinned Copper Wire, Buss Wire, 16 AWG, Silver - 7 Spool Sizes

$10.74 - $661.92
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Wire Size:
16 AWG
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Copper wire is a great inductor, and by coating it with tin it is also protected against oxidation. Tinned copper wire is therefore a popular product, used in a wide range of applications. This single strand wire with a tin plate coating is used by engineers and jewelry makers alike. From electrical hook-ups to jumpers, grounds to ornate earrings, our tinned copper wire is trusted by customers like you.

Choose tinned copper wire from Remington Industries for a solution that meets the ASTM B33 standards for tinned copper, and complies with the RoHS directive.

To check if 16 AWG wire is right for you, head to our Resources page, where you’ll find a helpful tinned copper wire data sheet, with all the gauge and dimensional information you need.

To ensure your tinned copper wire is perfect for your project, request custom wire services, from cut-to-length to wire processing, or click “add to quote” below for an estimate for your unique request.

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  • Diameter: 0.0508"
  • Wire Type: Bus Bar Wire
  • Specification: ASTM B33
  • Used for uninsulated grounding and electrical applications
  • Corrosion and oxidation resistant
  • RoHS & REACH Compliant

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  • 25' (16TCW25)
  • 100' (16TCW)
  • 250' (16TCW250)
  • 500' (16TCW500)
  • 1000' (16TCW1000)
  • 2500' (16TCW2500)
  • 5000' (16TCW5000)

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  • 5
    Exceptional quality and value

    Posted by Suzanne Beard on Feb 23rd 2023

    Will buy Again and again

  • 5

    Posted by DALE PARFITT on Mar 30th 2018