Which Is Thicker 16 Gauge or 18 Gauge?

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When talking about gauge, the lower number is thicker. So, the 16 gauge wire or sink or whatever is thicker than the 18 gauge item. Remember, lower = thicker.
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The term gauge refers to the thickness but in some cases does vary like 6 guage steel is .0598", stainless is .0625" thick, tubing is .065", and aluminum is .0508.
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In Gauge Measurement the Lower the Number the Thicker the metal.
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