Class B Zinc Layer Of Electro Galvanized Wire

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Packaging Detail:Packaging: one kind of packaging is 2kg/coil-150kg/coil, plastic bag inside and woven bag outside. second kind of packaging is 2kg/coil-150kg/coil, plastic bag inside and hessian cloth outside.
Delivery Detail:within 15-20 days after receiving your deposit

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1:Material:Low Carbon Wire(Q195)
2:Wire Diameter:BWG7-BWG36
3:Coil Weight:2-150kg/coil
4:Packaging: plastic bag and woven bag

 electro/hot dipped galvanized iron wire/binding wire

1: MATERIAL: LOW CARBON STEEL WIRE(Q195)

2: WIRE DIAMETER: BWG8-BWG38(0.102MM-4.572MM)

3: ZINC COATING: ELECTRO GALVANIZED: 4-13G/M2

                         HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED: 30-50G/M2 60-100G/M2 100-200G/M2 200-300G/M2

4: TENSILE STRENGTH: 35KG-155KG/MM2

5: ELONGATION RATE: 10%-35%

6: GALVANIZED WIRE CAN BE CLASSIFIED: ELECTRO GALVANIZED WIRE; HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED WIRE; REDRAWING WIRE.

7: PRODUCTION PROCESS OF GALVANIZED WIRE: STEEL ROD COIL---WIRE DRAWING--- WIRE ANNEALING---RUST REMOVING---ACIDING WASHING---BOILING---DRYING---ZINC FEEDING---WIRE COILING

8: PACKING: 3.7KG/COIL-250KG/COIL, PLASTIC BAG INSIDE AND WOVEN BAG/HESSIAN CLOTH(GUNNY) OUTSIDE.(YOUR REQUIREMENT IS AVAILABLE).

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Q:Explanation for insulated wire.?
The insulation around the wire prevents the flow of current between wires, (shorting out the coil). It has no effect on the magnetic field created by the flow of current in the wires. If you tried uninsulated wire, you wouldn't have much of a field, as the current path would be short, direct from one end of the coil to the other with no 'turns` at all.
Q:wiring a light switch?
The bare wire is always the ground, for the rest: Not enough info. Look at the old switch. Is it the same as the new? You describe a single pole switch, and the wiring you describe might be for a 3 way switch. (If those 4 wires come into the box in one cable, it's almost a certainty.) Are there two switches controling the lighting in that area? Good rule: If you re-wire anything, always make a note of how things were connected before you remove anything. You've got yourself a puzzle now, that you'll need to solve by elimination with meter or test lamp.. EMail details and i'll try to help.
Q:outdoor wiring?
Previous answer was partially correct. There are building codes depending on your local government. Some outside wires have to be in conduit, some have to enter and exit the ground in conduit, others do not require it. However, the wire size is associated with the circuit breaker that you are going to attach it to and the length or distance away from the circuit board it is going to be. Don't try to save money and buy indoor wire however, stick to the heavier outdoor coated wire. It is best to buy a higher Gage and not use it all then to buy a Gage that is too small.
Q:wiring receptacle in bedroom?
A 15 Amp receptacle will work, of course, but the receptacle box is most likely already overfilled. So in order to keep the wire count down, your best way to go is to buy a receptacle that uses screw down connector tabs. (NOT the kind that you have to put the wire under the screw, but the kind that you insert the wire into the back and then turn the screw down to clamp onto it!) The receptacle is a little more money but it would be worth the expense to make this hook up work. Hot wire (Black): Connect all three black wires to the back of the receptacle on the brass colored screws. Common wire (White): Connect all three white wires to the back of the receptacle on the silver colored screw. Ground: make a short pigtail of bare copper wire (about 6 or 7 inches long). Then connect the pigtail to the other 3 bare copper ground wires using a wire nut. Then connect the other end of the pigtail to the grounding connection of the receptacle. MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF WHEN YOU DO ALL OF THIS SO THAT YOU CAN LIVE TO TELL THE TALE! :-)
Q:car door wiring?
The black wire goes to the black wire The red wire goes to the red wire The white wire goes to the white wire. Just be careful with the blue wire, it goes to the green wire.
Q:Dimmer switch w/ 3 wires and only 2 wall wires?
If you don't know the basic rule of matching up the colors when wiring something, you may want to avoid doing anymore wiring projects in the future, for your own safety and to keep from destroying your stuff. First of all, turn off the power at the breaker or remove the fuse for that switch. Then: Black to Black, White to White, you can just let the green wire hang or, if you have a metal box, attach it to that. (that's your ground wire, no power goes thru it when things are working properly). Sometimes in older houses (or ones where amatures did the wiring the first time) the colors might not be correctly assigned (usually, black is hot and white is neutral) if your light only flips off and on instead of dimming like it should when you try it, you will have to switch the wires so that it is black to white and white to black (You probably won't need to do that though). Use wire nuts to connect the wires together, not just electrical tape. Good luck and be safe!
Q:How do I hook up a aftermarket stereo to my 91 corolla without using a wire harness adapter?
Metra Wire Harness part number 70-1002 is the wiring harness for your truck.
Q:What is the wire harness called.....?
Its called a wire harness. I beleive it is the main dash wire harness, but you wont get anywhere with that if you are trying to get one from a parts house or dealer, You just have to hit and miss at the salvage yard or digging around yourself and get lucky. But if you can trace the wires to a block connector or firewall connector you will be in luck and just tell them the location of the block where the harness is connected and you should be there, just remember all your options in you truck will have to match the options in the donor truck or the harness wont work for you
Q:Logitech Z-5500 Speaker Wires?
Buy some speaker wire and electrician's tape and splice new wire in the area where the old wire is chewed. Make sure you don't cross positive with negative. This way, you don't have to worry about getting the right connections, and it will be inexpensive.
Q:3 phase wire size?
Well not quite: 1. The panelboard is 4 wire therefore the (3) in the description would be (4). The 4th wire is for the neutral and required if you are using the 277. Otherwise the panelboard is a 3 wire board and no 277 2. 600 kcmil copper with 75°C insulation is able to carry 420 A as long as the ambient temperature < 86°F (30°C) and are installed by themselves (not in a raceway/cable tray with other power conductors). If the conductors are aluminum, the temperature is hot, the installation has multiple conductors in the same raceway/cable tray, or the distance is of sufficient length resulting in unacceptable voltage drop, the cable must be derated -- read you must increase the size to 750 kcmil or increase the insulation rating to 90°C The ground conductor should be of sufficient size

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