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1. Structure of Black Annealed Iron Wire Description:
Black Annealed Iron usually comes in the form of coil wire or cut wire, and is used in construction or daily use as binding material, or material for weaving wire mesh.It is very useful and inexpensive, practical for construction.Anneal is to low the tensile strength of wire. The stove is solid and built with red bricks. The architecture of anneal stove is cuboid. Different thickness of wire require different temperature. Range is from 700°C to 900°C. Output of the anneal stove, the tensile strength is 400N~600N. Standard coil  10kg,25kg,50kg and so on .we can coiled with customer’s order.

Black Annealed Iron Wire widely used in weaving wire mesh, binding wire ,loop wire and cut wire,etc.Black annealed wire is mainly used in buiding and construction as binding wire, tie wire and baling wire; also can be make for wire mesh.

2. Main Features of Black Annealed Iron Wire:

1). Material: high quality low carbon steel wire Q 195,Q235

2). Diameter: BWG35-BWG6(0.2mm-5.0mm)

3). Weight: 0.1-800kg/coil  

4). Tensile strength: 35-70kg/mm2

5). Elongation rate: 10%-25%

6). Usege: Mostly used in construction and daily use as binding wire,tie wire and baling wire.Twisted wire is widely exported to Israel,Turkey and Brazil.


3. Black Annealed Iron Wire Images

Black Annealed Tie Wire/ Binding Wire Good Quality Lower Price

Black Annealed Tie Wire/ Binding Wire Good Quality Lower Price

4.Black Annealed Iron Wire Specification

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5. FAQ

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①How about your black annealed wire?

Our company isa professional manufacturer and exporter of metal products. We have  20 years of production experience and our product category has expanded to galvanized wire, black annealed wire, welded wire mesh, welding rod, hexagonal wire netting, chain link fence, barbed wire, stainless steel wire, dutch wire mesh, perforated metal mesh, loop wire, etc

②What is the Produce process?

Mechanical scaling --Dry drawing -- First anneanlled -- Wet drawing  -- Take up Or Spooling -- Packing -- Storage --Shipping

③Can We get Samples?

Yes, we will offer you some free sample for your test. Welcome to inquiry.

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Q:guitar wiring help..PLZ!?
The bare wire is usually ground. Solder that to the ground wire that you should have wired to the bridge, and also to the sleeve connection on the output jack. The insulated wire carries the signal. Depending on the configuration you are running, whether it be a single pickup, two pickups, and global controls or dedicated controls, this can go in different places. Let's say, hypothetically, that you are using a single pickup. Then, the signal wire would go straight to the Volume pot. The tone pot would be an offshoot of the volume, which tapers the high end. There are multiple ways to wire a tone pot, should you install one, and the wiper of the volume pot goes to the tip connection of the output jack. For more information, look at some pickup wiring guides. Seymour Duncan has a lot of good ones, if you go on their site and search.
Q:in house wiring, why is the black wire hot?
Well, one of the wires has to be hot, or it defeats the entire purpose! Yes, generally black is the code for the hot wire. White is generally neutral, and green is ground. There are weird exceptions, so don't assume anything about anything. White and green are not the same, by design. There should be working voltage between either of them. There should be negligible voltage between neutral and ground. If you don't know what you're doing, don't work on house wiring with the power on. That stuff can burn you. Burns are the worst injury to recover from, in terms of taking a long time, being painful during that time, and leaving you scarred in the end. On second thought, don't work on it with the power off either. You can hook things up wrong and it will seemingly work until one day it bites somebody, possibly not you. Learn how to do it properly. It is not that hard, but you do need to do the research. It also helps to have a few basic tools like the plug polarity checker.
Q:Subaru outback aftermarket wiring?
There are two wires that you must hook up. One is for continuous power so that the settings are saved, the other is for power to the radio. If you had purchased your equipment from Crutchfield, you would have gotten free installation instructions and a wiring harness that would hook directly to your Subaru wiring - saving you a great deal of time and trouble.
Q:magnitude and current in two parallel wires?
If the magnetic field at 2.2cm is zero it means that at that distance the fields produced by the two wires cancel out. At 2.2cm from the first wire the field strength is B= uI/ 2pi r ... . where u is the permitivity of free space, 4.0 x 10^-7 N/A^2 B= (4.0 x 10^-7 N/A^2)( 2 A)/ 2(3.14)(0.022m) B=( 8 x10^-7)/(0.138) B= 5.79 x 10^-6 Tesla The magnitude of the magnetic field from the other wire must be equal in magnitude at 3.8cm away (6- 2.2) and opposite in direction. Using the right hand rule (thumb points in direction of current and fingers curl around the wire to show the direction of the magnetic field) you can see that for the magnetic fields to be in opposite direction between the two wires the current must be flowing in the same direction as the first wire. Using the formula for magnetic field strength you can then determine the current needed. 5.79 x10^-6 T= (4.0 x 10^-7) I/ 2 (3.14)(0.038m) THen solve for I I= (5.79 x 10^-6 T)(2)(3.14)(0.038m)/ 4.0 x 10^-7) I= 3.45 A Therefore there is a current of 3.45A in the wire and it is flowing in the same direction as the first.
Q:subwoofer speaker wires?
speaker wires will do just fine
Q:What wire goes where?
Run a continunity check on the cord from the brown and blue wires to the blades on the plug. The brown should go to the wider blade, but could be other way around. Then the yellow wires go together. The one (brown or blue) from the wider blade goes to the black one from the lamp. The other one goes to the white wire.
Q:A 2.2 resistor is to be made of nichrome wire. If the available wire is 1/32in. in diameter.Then...?
R = p*L/A Solve for L, length of wire. L = R*A/p p - resistivity of nichrome A - pi*(1/64)^2 R - 2.2 ohm
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:Question about Car Audio Wire Harness?
the orange wire on the radio is for power antenna unless u have a antenna that automaticly goes up and down u dont need it and the blue 1 on the radio is for a amp unless u have a amp u dont need it either the orange on the harness is most likey the power antenna so u can install with if u dont already have 1 and the blue idk i would have to look at it that ant how my radio wired up but i have a JVC lol but i do know all those radios are the same just it at radio shack u will see plus ur tell meh that im wrong when i can and do have a car radio wired in my house
Q:What are good speaker wire??
the thicker or lower the number the better electrical transfer. 16-20 gauge is ok for close speaker mounting, 12-14 gauge is better etc. if running a high output system go with lower numbers.

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