electric galvanized iron wire/hot dipped galvanized wire

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Hot-dip galvanized iron wire

Hot-dip galvanized iron wire is made with choice low carbon steel wire, through wire drawing, acid washing and rust removing, annealing and coiling. It's mainly used in construction, handicrafts, woven wire mesh, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses. 

 

Electro galvanized iron wire

Electro galvanized iron wire is made with choice mild steel, through wire drawing, wire galvanizing and other processes. Electro galvanized iron wire has the characteristics of thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc. It's mainly used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.

 

Advantages: Thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc.

 

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



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The positive wire should be red and the ground black. You should tap into a wire that is ignition hot. Meaning it only has power when the ignition is on so it won't run down the battery. The easiest one to use would be the accessory port on the fuse panel. The ground needs to go to any good metal part. Find a screw that is in a large metal part, like the dash support, and wire it under the screw.
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