1.Structure of Black Annealed Iron Wire Description：
Black Annealed Iron Wire is widely use for binding wire and tie wire. It is also very good for Chain link fence, fencing mesh, gabion mesh box production and for construction business as tire wire, binding wire and galvanized wire raw material production.
Black Annealed Wire is mainly processed into coil wire, spool wire or big package wire. Annealed wire is used as Industrial wire, Construction Wire, Industrial bale tie wire, Construction tie wire.
2.Main Features of Black Annealed Iron Wire：
Mild steel wire with annealed heating treatment
Soften and flexible character
Easy to handle&install
Continuous coils and uniform diameters
Various size and packages available upon request
Ideal for binding or mesh making
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4.Black Annealed Iron Wire Specification
We have organized several common questions for our clients，may help you sincerely：
①Are you a facory?
Yes, we produce the wire products for over 10 years.
②what is the advantage of our Black Annealed Iron Wire?
1. Durable service life and competitive price.
2. High quality and low price.
3. With good anti-corrosive
4. Beautiful, strong and not expensive.
③How long can we receive the product after purchase?
About 15-20 days.
- Q:Quick question about electrical wires.?
- Do you mean you have a lamp or chandelier with three sockets? If that's the case, white and black are positive and negative, and the bare wires are grounds.
- Q:what does this diagram for wiring a subwoofer mean?
- the wire (s) should be either silver or Gold Or 1 solid color wire 1 wire with a stripe
- Q:How do I reattach wires accidentally cut on my headphones?
- I totally agree with Mr. Smith. However, I would use heat shrink tubing for a neater look than the tape.
- Q:Net force on perpendicular wires?
- I didn't read the question so I was carefully working out the force. The wire is perpendicular to the first wire, so using the right hand rule you discover that the field it creates is PARALLEL to the first wire at this left end. The magnetic force is caused by the component which is PERPENDICULAR to the wire which is in fact zero. So there is no magnetic force at this point. As you move along the wire you get a diminishing amount of magnetism caused by the wire which is going out of the page but that field has a component which is DOWN the page. Therefore that part of the wire experiences a force which is into the page. ( take your right hand, put the thumb along the wire pointing to the right, the fingers point down the page, the palm points into the page which is then the direction of the force) I would be surprised if you were required to work out the magnitude of the force in this context. You can't use F= ILB because both the magnitude and the direction of the field varies at different points along the wire. If the perpendicular wire had been directly below the middle of the other wire there would have been no net force. If you were of a level where working out the force was appropriate you would need to set up the formula for B at various points along the wire, taking the vertical component only and integrate this over the range from 0 to 5 cm. Not a trivial mathematical task.
- Q:Is it because of my wire?
- I have no idea what you did. Which speaker(s) makes a static noise? You cut your wire in half. Which wire? Is your subwoofer wired to the speaker outputs or the SUB OUT on the receiver? Did you splice this wire or simply trim it, strip the ends and plug it into the receiver speaker outputs and the terminals on a speaker? What are you powering these speakers and subwoofer with? A receiver or an all in one HTIB unit? The best way to get good answers with any question is to provide as many details as possible - model numbers and the conditions under which the problem occurs. Details please.
- Q:What does because I had a wire from (random person ) mean?
- That's from the day of telegraph messages; it was the urgent medium.
- Q:current in copper and iron wire?
- a Since copper has higher resistivity than iron, the voltage drop in the copper wire with the same dimensions as the iron wire is greater, meaning more Volts/meter in the copper wire so the E field is greater in the copper wire. b Resistance is proportional to length, resistivity, and inversely proportional to diameter. Increasing the diameter could compensate for a material with higher resistivity. So the answer is yes.
- Q:old appliance with two hot wires and one neutral 220 volts, new wiring, has ground, neutral, and hot?
- Sure you don't have a 110 volt cord? Hook one red to black. One red to white.
- Q:Is the neutral wire of the mains electricity dangerous to touch?
- The electricity supply mains has three wires. They are called Live, Neutral and Earth The Live wire is connected directly to the generators of the electricity supply company. NEVER touch this wire, it carries 230 Volts and can kill you!! The Neutral wire returns the electricity to the generator after it has passed through the appliance, to complete the circuit. The Neutral wire is at approximately zero volts but you must NEVER touch this wire either!! If the wiring is faulty it may be carrying the same electricity as the Live wire. The Earth wire usually carries no electricity, it is there as a safety device. If something in the appliance goes wrong, or it is wired incorrectly, then the Earth wire may be carrying the same electricity as the Live wire. To be completely safe, NEVER touch this wire either!!
- Q:Tailight wiring help for 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 650r?
- The wire that is hooked to the tail light BODY is the ground wire.One wire goes to the brake light switch and the other one goes to the tail light hot wire.With a test light you can determine where each one is to be hooked to.
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