The galvanized wire is produced in both cold and hot forms. In the coating process, zinc (z) metal is placed on oxide-free wire and this coating makes the metal resistant to moisture and fracture and makes it flexible.
Traditionally, about 85 to 99 percent of the copper is tin, and the rest is copper. Copper in this alloy plays a hard part. The copper can contain up to 72% copper. Its color is yellow and red (like copper).