Wire-O 9/16" White 3:1 Pitch Double Loop Ring Wire Spool (22000 Loops)
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Wire-O 9/16" White 3:1 Pitch Double Loop Ring Wire Spool (22000 Loops)

Part #: 91JB916SPLWH
Brand: James Burn
  • Length: 22,000 Loops
  • Diameter: 9/16"
  • Approximate Capacity: 110 Sheets (20lb Paper)
  • Quantity: 1 Spool
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Product Description

You will have the ability to successfully complete a one-of-a-kind wire book binding if you make use of this white 3:1 Wire-O Twin-Loop Binding Spool. Wire-O binding spools feature an attractive metal finish, and they are available in a wide range of sizes, allowing you to bind volumes in any way that suits your needs and preferences. These wire coils are also known as twin loop wire binders. This continuous wire binding spine was developed to work with a wide variety of common automatic wire binding machines, which can be found at major print and binding companies. It is rolled onto one enormous spool so that it may be transported and stored in a more convenient manner.

James Burn produces the highest-quality wire binding spools, which are offered in our inventory. A wire spools has a number of advantages over wire that has already been cut to a certain length, the most significant of which is the flexibility to be cut to any desired length with very little material loss. Wire-spool-bound books have the ability to open completely flat and have pages that can be turned through 360 degrees.

This Wire-O 9/1" White 3:1 Pitch Double Loop Ring Wire Spool can bind up to 11-25 sheets of 20 lb. paper or volumes that are 1/8" thick, and it offers a professional metal finish in a variety of sizes for books. Additionally, a lifetime warranty is included with this Wire-O device. When used in conjunction with the James Burn automatic twin loop wire binding machine, you have at your disposal a flexible binding spine that not only can provide security and longevity, but also does so in a way that is attractive and reasonably priced.

Please Note that spool wire is considered a special order item and is non-returnable.

Product Details

  • Color: White
  • Pitch: 3:1 Pitch (3 Holes per Inch)
  • Length: 22,000 Loops
  • Diameter: 9/16"
  • Approximate Capacity: 110 Sheets (20lb Paper)
  • Quantity: 1 Spool
  • Renz Equivalent SKU: RZ916WHSP
  • GBC Equivalent SKU: 9910096WH
  • Part Number: 91JB916SPLWH

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Binding Capacity Chart

Twin loop wire binding can be properly fitted with a few easy procedures.

  1. Lay the book that is being bound flat on a table.
  2. Measure the binding edge's thickness without compressing the paper.
  3. The binding element's size will be determined by adding 1/8" to the measurement.
Wire DiameterPitch (Holes per Inch)Sheet Capacity¹Book ThicknessLoops / Spool
1/4"3:111-25 Sheets1/8"90,000
5/16"3:126-45 Sheets3/16"60,000
3/8"3:146-65 Sheets1/4"47,000
7/16"3:166-80 Sheets5/16"32,000
1/2"3:181-100 Sheets3/8"26,750
9/16"3:1101-120 Sheets7/16"22,000
5/8"2:1121-145 Sheets1/2"11,000
3/4"2:1146-165 Sheets5/8"8,150
7/8"2:1166-185 Sheets3/4"5,150 or 6,100
1"2:1186-210 Sheets7/8"4,600
1 ⅛"2:1211-235 Sheets1"4,000
1 ¼"2:1236-260 Sheets1 ⅛"2,900

Wire-O binding, the go-to option for professionals of all stripes, provides a tidy, polished appearance that may be found on diaries, notebooks, conferences, guides, and much more. When compared to plastic bindings, the elegant metal finish appears more expensive, so you can be sure to amaze your consumers. They are designed to function with the wide range of automatic and industrial binding machines available today. Twin loop spools provide a very quick and practical way to bind lots of wire-bound books when used with these machines.


¹ Sheet capacity is an approximation using 20 lb. bond copy paper. It will vary depending on the stock used.

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