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
3. Black Annealed Iron Wire Images
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:What is inside a wire?
- thers different types, under the rubber/plastic insulation thers usually copper, but thers also aluminum, thers #1 and #2 copper wire, one is thick 2 is small, ther can be solid or a bunch of thin ones wrapped in a spiral, in the spiral the electricity only uses the outside wires, pretty neat...but fiber optic is glass, they are coved by a main rubber insulation then ther's all the small wires inside wich is also insulated, if you take that off then thers one more tiny layer covering the glas you have to scrape off to actully see the glass, wich hurts worse than a cactus if it gets in your skin, not fun...wires can be very tiny and can be very large, i have samples of wire as thick as a golf ball, very heavy, you have to use a electric wench system to pull it
- Q:Wiring Multiple LEDs?
- You have the voltage requirements for the LEDs, but a current requirement (and hence a measure of power consumed) would be useful. Find this out. Regarding power source, a battery that satisfies the requirements below will suffice... You have a choice of wiring in series or parallel. Parallel means effectively a branch of wire per LED (voltage over each LED is battery voltage; current into each is battery current divided by number of LEDs), while series means one long wire going through them all (battery current goes through them all, voltage over each is battery voltage divided by number of LEDs). Depends on the presentation you want, and what you are using them for. When you decide which wiring type you want to use, just make sure the wires you buy are sufficient for carrying whatever current you predict will be flowing through each. Have fun :p
- Q:Wire a White-Rodgers 1f56w-144 to a new thermostat?
- Hello Kaitlin: It depends on what wires come from the furnace. You will need to go to the furnace and look at the wires. If it is a gas furnace (with air cond.), there should be a R terminal with a red wire attached this is the power line. The W terminal (heat) has a white wire attached. The G terminal (fan) should have a green wire. The C (common) terminal may have a blue or black wire (or not). The Y (cooling) terminal may have a yellow wire. If it is a heat pump, the wires will be R (power), Y (compressor), O or B (reversing valve), G (fan), C (common), the backup heat has different designations, from W2 to Aux, others. There should be a legend on the furnace to assist. Good luck.
- Q:Honda Civic cd player installation, wiring... HELP!?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: Honda Civic cd player installation, wiring... HELP!? Ok, I am having trouble installing a new car radio in my 97' Honda Civic Lx. It's just a basic pioneer cd player.. I matched all the colored wires up and still nothing. My brother had told me something about + - for example do i hook the green stripped wire with a flat green wire? Vice...
- Q:Need to Find WIring Diagram?!?
- I believe this is what you are looking for, or should help... 2008 Ford Explorer Car Stereo Installation Instructions Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Blue/Red Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Green/White Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Blue Car Radio Illumination Wire: N/A Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Violet/Red Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Brown Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Violet Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): White/Orange Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/Green Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown/White Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Blue
- Q:in house wiring, why is the black wire hot?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: in house wiring, why is the black wire hot? When I cross the black wire and ground I get a spark. Isnthis normal?
- Q:Updated 2 wire ungrounded residential wiring?
- You can just add a wire. If you have metal conduit and metal j-boxes all you have to do is connect a ground to the box. NEC 250.118 Types of Equipment Grounding Conductors. The equipment grounding conductor run with or enclosing the circuit conductors shall be one or more or a combination of the following: (1) A copper, aluminum, or copper-clad aluminum conductor. This conductor shall be solid or stranded; insulated, covered, or bare; and in the form of a wire or a busbar of any shape. (2) Rigid metal conduit. (3) Intermediate metal conduit. (4) Electrical metallic tubing... But if not in metal conduit then you can connect it to the first 5 feet of metal water pipe, the ground rod, the wire leading to the ground rod/metal water pipe, or the ground bar in the source electrical panel. NEC 250.130(C) Nongrounding Receptacle Replacement or Branch Circuit Extensions. The equipment grounding conductor of a grounding-type receptacle or a branch-circuit extension shall be permitted to be connected to any of the following: (1) Any accessible point on the grounding electrode system as described in 250.50 (2) Any accessible point on the grounding electrode conductor (3) The equipment grounding terminal bar within the enclosure where the branch circuit for the receptacle or branch circuit originates (4) For grounded systems, the grounded service conductor within the service equipment enclosure
- Q:Wire arcing possible?
- Did it cut through the outside sheathing or one of the conductor sheathing? If its just the outside sheathing, remove the staple and secure the wire further away. Use electrical tape and wrap the cut...If it has penetrated one of the inside conductors, well, without seeing it its hard to tell you. The biggest concern would be if the wire ever overheated there is less 'insulation' to prevent it from burning into a neighbouring wire. Err on the side of caution. More detail would help.
- Q:How to wire sprinkler valves?
- well if you have a few extra strands in the cable, they may be used in the future if you add on to the sprinkler system with more valves. or to help troubleshoot wiring problems. no need to cap the unused wires, just cut them and leave them our company leaves enough of the wire in the valve box, to be able to pull out the connection for service. make sure you leave enough wire to service the valves and their connections easlily.. we then wrap the unused cables around the used wires and the connections. keeps the valve box nice and neat, and ready to be serviced if needed. the next set of valves, the best way is to cut the whole cable and splice them back. it is just easier. again, make sure you leave a good bit of wire in the box so you can service it easily. i work on sprinkler systems for a living. one pet peeve is when a connection is not in the valve box, but inthe ground around it, b/c some one cut the wire too short.then i will have to dig up the connnections and repair them, instead of just doing it through the valve box without messing up the customer's yard. and by the way, grease caps arent the best way of sealing wire connections. the best way for irrigation is with the orange wire nuts, and seal them with Dri-Splice. from my dad's over 20 years of expericence and my last few years, this is the best way. good luck and hope this helps.
- Q:where is my ground wire?
- Have a look at the battery. The wire ( usually black about 3/8th inch thick ) on the negative ( -ve ) terminal is connected to the inner wing / chassis or 'ground'. Various components - gearbox etc use a braided wire strap to ground as ordinary wire will break due to vibration. The red wire ( +ve ) goes to the alternator then into the various fuse distribution boxes
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