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alvanized wire hot-dip zinc-plated and electro galvanized iron wire are the primary wire products of Hengli. The common sizes applied for electro galvanized wire and hot-dip galvanized wire are from BWG6# to BWG30#. Wire with smaller diameter or bigger one also available for customer requirement.

Single coil package for hot-dip galvanized iron wire can be different from 1 kg to 1000 kg. Custom orders for hot-dip galvanized wire also available.

Surface Treatment: Hot dipped Galvanized (zinc coated)
Diameter:0.3mm-5.5mm (BWG6-BWG6)
Tensile Strength:340-550mpa/mm2
Zinc Coating:30-270 g/m2
Big Coil Unit Weight:25-1000 kg/coil
Small Coil Unit Weight:1-10kg/coil
in common, plastic inside and PP (hessian outside), also can packed with other package according to the requirement of the customers

Common Usage of Hot-dip Galvanized Wire:

this kind of wire is extensively used in construction, handicrafts, woven wire mesh, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses.

Hot dipped Galvanized Steel wire of Power Cable Amouring
CoatingZinc coated, galvanised
Min zincing weight45 g/m2
StandardBS or ASTM
Packingcoil and pallet
Optional Information
HS Code7217200000 Wire of Iron or Non-alloy Steel
PaymentL/C or T/T
LoadingTianjin port
Minimum Order20 Ton









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Q:0 gauge wire?
When it comes to kits you do not want to go cheap. lesser names have a interesting way to measure wire, some of the smallest 0 ga. i ever seen. i attached a link to a place i personally use, and they have great cable, actually measures slightly higher than the electrical standard (i forget the standard name) any way the kit is $60. kit includes power wire, fuse holder, fuse, ground wire some connections wire ties, and split loom.
Q:Power wire??
yup you can use any wire as long as it can handle the amps to calculate take the watts of the amp divide it by the voltage which will be 12 and that will tell you how many amps your wire may need to handle i would double the amps in the end to be safe and if you want to upgrade your system think about even heavier wire the bigger the better
Q:Are all wires for electricity the same?
Hello Rocky: You need to be more specific. What are you attempting to do? I know you want to splice a three-ply wire, but what is your end purpose?
Q:How do you wire an outlet?
Hi There, Here is the proper way to wire a receptacle: Before starting the very first thing to do before wiring is to make sure the power is turned off at the breaker box. First: The bare (or green) ground wire goes to the green screw terminal on the receptacle. Second: The white (neutral) wire goes to the bright metal screw terminal on the receptacle . Third: The black (hot) wire goes to the brass screw terminal on the receptacle. Finally after the wires are connected and are tight; carefully position the receptacle back inside the box and tighten the two receptacle screws. Then replace the cover plate and turn the circuit breaker back on and plug a lamp or something in to test your work. Hope this helps, Al
Q:how to install a dimmer switch to old wiring?
The 'answerer' Justin K thinks you have knob and tube wiring. A lot of early electrical installations were done in the old days with out a ground, many types of early 'romex' did not include a ground. You may or may not have 'knob and tube' wiring - but it really dose not matter. The two wires which were joined together and had a third wire attached are the hot wires. The other wire (lower screw terminal) is the 'load' wire - it goes out to your light fixture. The reason the those 2 wires were attached together is that one of them is hot, and the other wire is a 'feed' to supply power to your next switch or receptacle. I am an electrical contractor, this is how I would fix the problem - I'm not suggesting that you do it though. #1 turn the breaker/fuse back on. #2 use a voltage tester to determine which wire is now hot. #3 touch the hot wire to the other wires 1 at a time. The hot wire when it is touching the 'load' wire will turn on the lighting fixture. Mark the 'load' wire with some black electrical tape. #4 turn the power back off #5 attach the marked 'load' wire to one of the switch terminals. #6 take the other 2 wires (incoming power, and the out going power) and join them together with a third wire ---LIKE IT WAS ORIGINALLY. Place that third onto the other terminal of the switch. it dose not mater which terminals you use - it will work just fine.
Q:Connnecting wires in a splice case?
A telephone employee splicer does not need to strip the wires, they use connectors that pierce the insulation of the wire and make a connection that way. Normally that work is done to join two cables together. The more of the wire that is stripped, there is an increased possibility of water shorting out the two wires, and that is what will cause noisy or defective lines. If you are connecting a line to a house, inside the casing are terminal connections and you would use a connector that covers the wire that goes through the case and a single wire that will bridge onto or splice onto that connection. Again you minimize the amount of wire that is bared to minimize the possibility of shorting of the wires. See the link below for connectors. You are not allowed to climb a utility pole, or attach anything to a utility pole. If you are going into any equipment and you cause damage, you may be responsible to pay for any problems that you cause.
Q:Calculate tension in 3 wires?
You need to use summation of forces. Wires 1 and 2 are gonna have the same tension on them, just in opposite directions. so in the x direction, Fx=125cos(30)+125cos(150) (the vertical wire doesn't contribute to the x-direction forces and I choose 150 because the wire on the left really has an angle of 180-30 or 150) in the y direction, Fy=125sin(30)+125sin(150)+125sin(90) (The vertical wire is a 90 degree angle) Tension=sqrt( Fx^2 + Fy^2 )
Q:Wheres my stereo power wire?
ok wait hold up. so the only wire that should be hooked from the amp to the headunit is your speaker wires, remote turn on wire, and your rca cables. ....What you need to do is get the power cable(usually red) run it from positive on the battery to the POS on your amp. next put your ground wire from the GND on the amp to bare metal on your cars chasis.
Q:Trying to install ceiling fan, but theirs too many wires?
If the ceiling fan has three speeds, those would be wired to a 3 position switch as low, medium and high. Normally the wires would be labeled if they use the same color. If they aren't tagged, and you want to put in a speed control switch, you'll need to experiment; either at the fixture, or just wire them down to the wall switch and make your temporary connections there to see which wires go with which speeds (then TAG them!).
Q:merecdes 300e spark plugs wires?
Sounds like you still have a wire crossed somewhere. Just for the future Change one wire at a time. Hope this helps good luck!

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