The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco uses 129,000 kilometres of wire in its two main cables.

If you used 4.00mm wire you could possibly save USD $117,990 (thats USD $10 per tonne of wire in Zinc material saved)

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Quench and Wax System

After galvanising the wire is passed through primary and secondary water quench systems to cool the wire. The wire, if required, is then immersed in a wax system to lubricate the wire and provide protection for storage.

Air wipes are used for the primary and secondary quenches, waxing system and final drying. If waxing is not required on some or all lines, these lines can be isolated.