Q: How many mm is 16 gauge PVC?

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For wire gauge, 1.25 mm diameter wire is closest to 16 gauge (AWG). See related link.

There are various standards. Below are two examples. 32 gauge American Standard (Brown & Sharpe) = 0.00795 inches = 0.202 mm. 32 gauge British Standard (Imperial) = 0.0108 inches = 0.274 mm.

Probably 19 gauge, which is 1.067 mm

.953 mm (USG)

1 mm = 4/100 inches

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For wire gauge, 1.25 mm diameter wire is closest to 16 gauge (AWG). See related link.

There are various standards. Below are two examples. 32 gauge American Standard (Brown & Sharpe) = 0.00795 inches = 0.202 mm. 32 gauge British Standard (Imperial) = 0.0108 inches = 0.274 mm.

In Imperial standard (swg), 16 g is 0.064" (1.63mm) thick.

2.5mm=.098 of an inch or 63/640 ( that is a fraction) Direct Conversion Formula 2.5 mm* 1 in 25.4 mm = 0.09842519685 in

The thickness of 16 gauge steel in US standards is .0625 inches or 1.59 mm and according to UK standards is .065 inches or 1.651 mm.

1.5189mm I think this answer have some deviation of the right one, gauge 16 equals 1.59 mm

16 swg is 1.63 mm thick

Probably 19 gauge, which is 1.067 mm

.0625 inches or 1.59 mm

12 gauge is thicker than 14 gauge.

1 mm = 4/100 inches

.953 mm (USG)