Electro Galvanized Iron Wire With High Quality

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Zinc coated / Electro Galvanized wire best price on sale

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(1) Production


1.Material: high quality low carbon steel wire

2.productive technology: it is produced with high quality low carbon steel, after drawing molding, pickling derusting, high temperature annealing and galvanized and Cooling process.


3.Used:The products are widely used in construction, handicrafts and preparation of the screen, highway barrier, product packaging and daily civil, and other fields.



(2) Specification  


                Galvanized iron wire

Electro Galvanized iron wire

Hot-dipped Galvanized iron wire

specification

0.2mm-4.0mm

Zinc rate

8g-12g/m2

40g-60g/m2

Tensile strength

30kg-70kg/mm2

Elongation rate

10%-25%

Weight/Coil

0.1kg-800kg/coil

packing

Plastic inside and hessian woven/nylon woven outside


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I tried using a knife but ended up shortening more wire than stripping it. The copper wire actually comes through in two places. I use a knife to cut in between them and then I use a wire stripper to remove the covering on each side. The Muse
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You can use your old ones.
Q:08 ford mustang stock radio wiring harness/color codes?
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Q:Magnetic field in parallel wires?
You can use the Biot-Savart Law, but it is confusing and kind of a waste of your time and space. For straight wires, someone ALREADY worked out the Biot-Savart Law. See the following link for the result: hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hba... The formula of interest for us is B = mu0*I/(2*Pi*r) where mu0 is magnetic permeability of free space, I is current, and r is distance from the wire carrying the current. B is the magnetic field due to that PARTICULAR wire. To deal with three wires, use a superposition principle and stack magnetic fields on top of each other. Do be aware of direction: remember the right hand rule. RH rule for magnetic fields in vicinity of wires: point thumb in direction of current, curl fingers to show the magnetic field circulation direction. Use this sign convention: + B is up along page, -B is down along page For Wire A: point of interest is r = d_ab/2 or 0.003 m to the right of wire A Point thumb in to the paper and the finger curl indicates that B_A is downward B_A = -mu0*I_A/(pi*d_ab) For Wire B: point of interest is r = d_ab/2 or 0.003 m to the left of wire B Point thumb out of the paper and the finger curl indicates that B_B is downward B_B = -mu0*I_B/(pi*d_ab) For wire C: point of interest is r = d_ab/2 + d_bc or 0.006 m to the left of wire C Point thumb out of the paper and the finger curl indicates that B_C is downward B_C = -mu0*I_C/(2*pi*(d_ab/2 + d_bc)) Add up: Bnet = B_A + B_B + B_C Bnet = -mu0*I_A/(pi*d_ab) - mu0*I_B/(pi*d_ab) - mu0*I_C/(2*pi*(d_ab/2 + d_bc)) Simplify: Bnet = -mu0/pi*(I_A/d_ab + I_B/d_ab + I_C/(d_ab + 2*d_bc)) data: mu0:=4*Pi*10^(-7) Tesla-m/A; I_A:=4 A; I_B:=4 A; I_C:=4 A; d_ab:=0.006 m;d_bc:=0.003 m; Result: Bnet = -6.667 milliTeslas negative sign indicates downward direction.
Q:Honda Accord 1999 speaker wire?
The one with stripe is negative.
Q:What is the black and white wire for?
The black and white wire provides power to the lights; the black wire is to power the fan motor. If you have separate wall switches for lights and fan, you can control them separately. If there's a red wire in the box, connect it to the black and white fixture wire. The black goes to the black fan wire. The green is connected to the green screw on the fixture. All of the whites should be joined together. If you do not have separate wall switches for fan and lights, just join the black, black+white and black house wire together. You will then have to control the light with a pull cord.
Q:What color is a common wire ?
Sounds like a mess. But to answer the narrow question, Black wire carries Hot power, White wire is Neutral, and bare copper or green is Ground. Don't kill yourself or cause a fire!!
Q:If i have 16 gauge speaker wire and i double it when wiring speakers will that make it 8 gauge?
18 gauge wire is pretty much standard for speakers. The only reason for a bigger gauge cable would be for a subwoofer setup. The connectors are pretty good actually. Have you ever noticed that the more you mess with a wire the more you have to cut it, re-strip it, and re-connect it? The connectors will eliminate that potential problem.
Q:why do thicker wires change a circuit?
Well that depends upon your friends circuit. But, I can only add to what has already been said by saying this: - Using thick wires is traditionally associated with passing large currents in a circuit. However, if you use low voltages with thin pieces of wire (especially if it's long piece) then that can have a significant effect upon the circuit you are trying to supply. This is because the wire has resistance of its own that may well me nearly the same as that of the circuit you are trying to supply. All of which means that there may be a considerable voltage drop across the wire and less for the circuit you are trying to 'feed'. So, ironically, although thick wires are traditionally used for high current circuits they may also be found to in low voltage circuit passing very little current; the point being that we want a small a voltage drop as possible to appear across the wire. To illustate using a example, suppose that you are having a garden party or BBQ and decide to have some disco music outside. You set up the speakers outside while keeping the stereo in the house. You know that the voltages and currents are quite low so you think that more of the same cable that is already connected to the speakers would be fine. You run out the lengths to the speakers and switch on only to find that the volume is way too low even with the volume knob wound right up! What has happened? The resistance of the cable with the lengths that you are using is now comparable to the speaker impedance and this means that there is a voltage drop between the ends of the cable meaning less for your speakers. The solution is to use really thick cable, like mains cable capable of taking 10's of amps; it's not the current rating of the cable that you require but its low resistance.
Q:Dodge wiring diagrams ?
What is so infamous about plugging the wiring to the switch? It will only plug in one way. UPDATE 8/6/11: In over 45 years, I've only replaced one headlight switch that had melted and that was on a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim and the driver had left the headlights on all night and yes it drained the battery. The plastic plug had melted but the wires had not burned through, so I had something to work with. There is a possibility you can find a wiring diagram on Auto Zones website for your car, they do have an extensive library or you could try to find a Haynes manual for your car. Or if you are low on $$ if you tell us what manufacturer, model, year of car you drive someone here might be able to help.

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