Anodized Aluminum Jump Rings 20 gauge (.035" or .9mm) - AWG Imperial

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Sku: IAA20A964

Description

Anodized Aluminum Jump Rings - Product Description

 

Our Jump rings are anodized before they are cut so the ends are raw aluminum however with the coating thickness we use and with the thin blades we cut our Jump rings with, if you close the rings properly the seam can not be seen.

 

Our Anodized Aluminum Jump rings are anodized in house at our sister company, Premier Anodizing & Metal Finishing. This assures that we will never be out of stock of a color and that we have control over our quality.  However, the colors can change slightly from batch to batch. We use a spectrometer to get the closest color matches possible but there still can be some differences, this is normal in the anodizing process. Therefore, you should order enough jump rings to finish your project all at the same time. FDA Approved - The anodizing process we use is FDA approved for cookware. Premier Anodizing uses only organic dyes and is rated non-hazardous.

 

Jump Ring Weight - Anodized Aluminum Jump rings are lighter weight than Enameled Copper Jump rings. The coating is fairly hard but it can be scratched with steel.

 

 

 

 

Anodized Aluminum Jump Rings - Specifications

Our jump rings follow the American Wire Gauge (AWG), also known as Brown and Sharpe (B&S). All sizes listed are inside diameter (I.D.), which corresponds to the size of the mandrel onto which the wire is wound. Use these I.D.'s as a guide not an absolute as springback can occur.

AWG Wire Measurements
Size Inches (Imperial) Millimeter (Metric)
20awg (Aluminum) .035" .9mm
20awg (Other Metals) .032" .8mm
18awg .040" 1.0mm
16awg 3/64" 1.2mm
14awg 1/16" 1.6mm
12awg .079" 2.0mm
If you are use to SWG (Standard Wire Gauge) sizing that some other vendors use.
Please contact us for help before choosing your ring gauge.
 

Anodized Aluminum Jump Rings - Approximate Jump Rings Per Ounce Chart

Approximate Rings per Ounce Chart (PDF)

Size 14g 16g 18g 20g
2.5       1691
2.75     1189 1576
3     1144 1466
3.25     1099 1366
3.5     1054 1266
3.75               945 1191
4   583 888 1116
4.25   545 842 1066
4.5   519 794 991
4.75   502 758 941
5 266 480 732 891
5.25 252 466 707 866
5.5 242 440 668 841
5.75 236 424 674 816
6 228 415 621 801
6.25 224 395 608  
6.5 219 378 568  
6.75 210 363 560  
7 205 356 535  
7.5 194 354  501  
8 188 312  472  
8.5 179 298 445  
9 170 280 409  
9.5 152 265  393  
10 144 248  374  
10.5 138 230  357  
11 131 225  336  
12 123 216 315  
13 111 191 290  

3 Reviews Write a review

  • Steve

    5
    Very good

    Jul 19th 2018

    Very pleased

  • Unknown

    5
    Great quality, well packaged

    Jun 25th 2017

    i especially like that the color is consistent across gauge and ID.

  • Elizabeth Krajc

    2
    Wire Gauge Not Correct

    Dec 17th 2016

    The rings look good and the anodizing is smooth and consistent, you easily see that they are good quality. However - BEWARE: This was my first purchase of "20 Gauge AWG" rings from this company, and I thought I was purchasing genuine 20 gauge rings - until I began using them and they were WAY too tight for my project, so I came back to the WGM website and read that their "20ga" rings are .9mm wire diameter, which is NOT TRUE 20 GAUGE. 20ga = .8128mm. These rings are actually 19ga AWG. I gave them only 2 stars only because of this - the gauge number is misleading, and I suggest using a slightly larger ID to adjust the AR if you are doing an AR-sensitive project.