Electro Galvanized Iron Wire For Hexagonal Wire Mesh

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Packaging Detail:inner with plastic film,outside with weaving bag or hessian cloth,pallet
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Galvanized Iron wire
hot-dipped galvanized iron wire and electro galvanized wire according to the differences of processing

Galvanized Iron wire :

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Type: hot-dipped galvanized iron wire and electro galvanized wire according to the differences of processing.

Sizes of hot-dipped galvanized wire: 8# to 36#(wire diameter ranging from 3.8mm to 0.19mm)
Sizes of electro galvanized wire: 8# to 38# (wire diameter ranging from 3.8mm to 0.15mm)

Applications: of galvanized wire: Communication devices, medical treatment equipment,weaving of wire mesh, making of brushes, steel rope, filter wire mesh,high pressure pipes, construction, arts and crafts, etc.

Specifications: other specifications available

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Q:Factors affecting resistance of a wire!?
The 2nd and 3rd discussions were good but didn't discuss magnetism. The 1st guy: an open circuit has infinite resistance. Even a straight piece of wire has some self-inductance (or self-magnetism). One affect of inductance is that it opposes changes in current. So when you first apply a dc voltage across a wire and a dc current starts to flow, the self-inductance will resist the increase in current. It will appear to be because of higher resistance than expected. But the current will increase over a short time, and once it gets to a steady-state, the apparent resistance from the self-inductance is zero. This, self-inductance in a straight piece of wire, is a minor affect compared to components that presumably are in the circuit. After the current reaches steady state, the self-inductance will try to oppose a decrease in current. If the voltage and therefore the current are ac - alternating, this gets more complicated. The current is always trying to change. At the level of study I think you are, you should save this for later.
Q:Is Lime Wire bad for your computer?
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Q:Question about rca & 12v wires?
if you have an rca tv which works with 12 volts.......if the wires not connected to battery...there no problem. if connected to battery....the fuse blows.(close to battery on wire)....if there is no fuse....wires burn...risk of fire....do not forget...every device works with car battery MUST and MUST be eouipped fuse .
Q:thermostat wiring, out of the wall (R, G ,W, B,) wires and from thermst. have GWYRB WHICH TO CONNT. TO WICH?
try this site
Q:how do i wire a new light to old wiring, i have 2 red & 2 black wires & no earth wire from ceiling.?
No! Wire the new light exactly like the light that you removed. If you don't remember what wire went where on the old light then you made a mistake by removing the old one without marking the wires or at least taking a cell phone picture or something. It sounds like there is probably more than one light fixture being controlled by that switch. It's hard to tell by your description. Electrons don't flow by wire color. There is no way to really tell what is going on by naming colors. Come back on here when you have a better description of what is going on. How many lights come on when you flip that switch? Is there more than one switch that controls that fixture? Which wires were hooked to the old light? Are any of the wires still wire nutted together? Don't be experimenting by hooking that earth ground wire to any other wire. Leave it hooked to the ground lug on the box. It has nothing to do with the light operating. It's for safety.
Q:Does stranded wire have significantly higher inductance than solid wire?
Stranded wires have slightly higher inductance than solid wires, but this is noticable only on transmission lines and larger conductors. if you are only using a short conductor, i don't think the inductance of the wire will affect the system, unless the wire is coiled.
Q:no power to brown wire?
press the pedal to the metal.
Q:why we use 19 wires for AWG wire ? why we cant use 10 wire ?
The geometry required to make a stranded circular cable, dictates the use of 7, 13, 19, etc strands. Your question is clear, and the practical reason for using 19 strands in some stranded cables is equally clear. Large cables have to be stranded, so that they can be wound on cable drums for transportation, or installed on-site with bends. Solid cables would not easily allow this. Seven strands can be used for smaller cables. SINGLE core stranded as well as solid core cables use less insulation and take-up less space when circular. So the question is, what is the BEST way to arrange the strands to provide a circular shape? Start one central strand. Six more strands fit very well around the central strand. Total strands is now 7. Try this with seven coins about the same diameter. There is room to place six more strands (or coins) in each of the slight openings between the outer sides of the first six strands. This fitting in also locks the shape of the bunch of strands. Total strands is now 13. Six new, but larger gaps appear between the outers of the last laid six strands. Filling these gaps with the final six strands, results in a shape which is a cross between a circle and a hexagon. Total strands is now 19. Cords can be used as a filler to make the bundle more circular in shape. Only 7, 13, 19, etc strands will give this near circular shape. 14,15,16, 17,18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,......strands will NOT give a near circular shape to a cable. Try it with, 19 similar diameter coins or washers or copy out 19 circles in CAD. As more 'circles' are added the fit gets worse. Both the shape and fit can be improved by using different diameter strands for part of the assembly. This is basic to all cables, electrical as well as mechanical.
Q:Are headphone wires not compatible with earphone wires?
Copper wire is copper wire.The headphones have other issues, or you're not connecting the wires properly.
Q:Can I solder wire connections that are covered with wire nuts?
If the supply wires are solid and the fixture wires are stranded put the stranded wire slightly past the end of the solid, say 1/16. Then put a yellow wire nut on them. Tug on the stranded wire to be sure it caught. If the wires are both solid, try twisting the larger wire around the smaller one. It is tricky but if you let your lineman's pliers slip a little as you twist it should work. Cut back to about 1/2 to 5/8 and install the yellow wire nut. Time was wires were soldered together, but properly installed wire nuts are just fine.

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