Galvanized Iron Wire/Galvanized Binding Wire Hot Dipped and Electro Galvanized

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1.Structure of Galvanized Iron Wire Descrildn

Galvanized iron wire is made with mild steel , hard-drawn , then galvanized . It is rust-resistant , and very versatile in applications . Galvanized iron wire can be supplied in the form of coil wire , spool wire or further processed into straightened cut wire or U type wire .

Applications of Galvanized Iron Wire : Galvanized iron wire is mainly used in construction as binding wire , express way fencing as fencing wire , binding of flowers as wire ties in the garden and yard , and wire mesh making as weaving wires

Galvanized wire in coil 

type : electro galvanized wire and hot dipped galvanized wire 

wire diameter : 0.7mm-4.5mm

tensile strength : 350-550N

zinc coated : 8-15g/m2 ( electro galvanized wire )

                   40-60g/m2 ( hot dipped galvanized wire )

coil weight : 8kg/coil , 25kg/coil , 50kg/coil , 100kg/coil , 500kg/coil

 packing : inside plastic bag , outside woven bag

                inside plastic bag , outside hessian bag

 

2.Main Features of Galvanized Iron Wire

• Antirust

• Shiny silvery color

• High strength

• Durable

• Versatile

• Good visual effect

 

3. Galvanized Iron Wire Images

Galvanized Iron Wire/Galvanized Binding Wire Hot Dipped and Electro Galvanized

Galvanized Iron Wire/Galvanized Binding Wire Hot Dipped and Electro Galvanized

Galvanized Iron Wire/Galvanized Binding Wire Hot Dipped and Electro Galvanized


4. Galvanized Iron Wire Specification

Galvanized   Iron Wire

Wire   Gauge

SWG(mm)

BWG(mm)

Metric(mm)

8

4.05

4.19

4.00

9

3.66

3.76

4.00

10

3.25

3.40

3.50

11

2.95

3.05

3.00

12

2.64

2.77

2.80

13

2.34

2.41

2.50

14

2.03

2.11

2.50

15

1.83

1.83

1.80

16

1.63

1.65

1.65

17

1.42

1.47

1.40

 

5.FAQ

We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

①How about your products?

‍One of the most biggest manufacturer & supplier of wires and wire mesh,is a large-scale professional Galvanized Iron Wire factory in China. Annually more than 10000 tons wires and wire mesh are exported to markets all over the world.Different kinds of wires and mesh are available according to customer’s requirements.‍

 

②How to guarantee the quality of the products?

We have established the international advanced quality management system,every link from raw material to final product we have strict quality test;Our company has good marketing network and abundant operation experience. Galvanized Iron Wire are sold to all parts of the country, at the same time, exported to Southeast Asia,The management theory is based on sincerity, keeping forging ahead. We have accumulated a whole set of marketing experience, having already become a local leader engaged in steel products.

 

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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:How do I wire my guitar?
Matt, okorder.com/... The fact that the pickguard is pre-wired should make things a little simpler...in fact, if you post a picture, I could help. Without that, I can only make an educated guess. You said there are 3 wires? Well, I suspect that 2 of them are grounds. If you have a multi-tester, you can easily verify which of the two wires go to ground. Just touch one probe to the body of the volume or tone control, and the other to the wire. If you have continuity, it's a ground wire. If you follow them back to the source, both ground wires are probably soldered to the body of a volume or tone control. One ground goes to the bridge/spring assembly. The other should go to the output jack. You'll notice that the jack has two connections. One is the hot wire and the other is ground. You'll need to figure out which of the two wires is the ground, and which connection it goes to on the output jack. Look at the diagram in my link. See the wire that comes from the middle of volume control? That's the hot wire and it should connect to the part of the jack that contacts the tip of the plug at the end of your guitar cable. The other wire connects to the part of the jack that contacts the sleeve of the plug. If you look closely at the jack, you should be able to figure out which connection goes to the long prong. The prong is the one that makes contact with the tip of the plug....and this is where your hot (+) wire goes. Ground (-) to bridge-------------→ Ground (-) to output jack-------→ body/sleeve of jack Signal (+) to output jack--------→ tip connection of jack
Q:How to wire 12 awg wire to breaker and breaker box?
This doesn't sound like an easy answer without seeing it. For instance, how long is the wire run; is it entirely outside (if so, then you'll need either conduit for the full run, or UF-B rated wire buried below the freeze line with conduit where it exits the ground to the Service Panel). Outside receptacles should also be GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protected. A single pole 20amp breaker should be used for a 12/3 wire. Load wire (black) goes into the screw of the breaker; the neutral (white) wire screws into the neutral bus bar of the service panel (breaker box), and the bare ground wire screws into the ground bus bar. Since these wires are interchangeable, it really doesn't matter which side of the panel you hook the neutral and ground wire to. BE CAREFUL!!!!! The main bus bars can still be hot (charged) even with the power turned off. If you ground yourself and touch the wrong thing, you'll be wondering what went wrong from the great beyond. Get a basic electricity book from Home Depot, or look on youtube. If you're not 100% confident, please leave this to a professional.
Q:merecdes 300e spark plugs wires?
Sounds like if you are sure the wires are in the right place, you might have spiked the coil assy. I would buy a $7.00 spark tested and make sure all wires are sending spark to the plugs.
Q:How to wire an AC wire into Armstrong sx 80 furnace.?
furnace will have 5 low voltage terminals,,R,,Y,,G,,W,,C...you have to connect R,,Y,,G,,and W at the furnace to R,Y,G,and W at the thermostat...so you have to use at least 4-conducter tstat wire between the tstat and furnace...typically you would use the red wire to connect the R terminals at tstat and furnace,,green wire for G terminals,,yellow wire for Y terminals and white wire for W terminals.. if your tstat wire doesnt have those exact colors it doesnt matter,,just be sure that the wires connected to R,Y,G,and W at the tstat are connected to R,Y,G,and W at the furnace respectively...if your tstat is programmable and requires a common wire to operate,,then you will need a 5 conducter tstat wire between tstat and furnace...the fifth wire, whatever its color,will need to connect the C terminal at the furnace to the common wire terminal at the tstat,,usually the common terminal at tstat is labeled C but not always.....as far as the outdoor unit goes..you will need at least a 2 conducter tstat wire to connect the Y and C terminals at the furnace to Y and C wires or terminals in the outside unit,,usually 24 volt polarity doesnt matter at the outdoor unit,,in other words as long as the 2 wires outside that are connected to the Y and C terminals in the furnace are connected to the [low voltage] 2 wires / terminals it will work,,unless one of the wires / terminals outside is clearly labeled as common.in that case make sure whatever tstat wire is connected to that wire / terminal is connected to C back at the furnace.....so at the furnace there will be one wire [red] connected to R....2 wires connected to Y. [ one going to Y at tstat,the other going to outdoor unit]...one wire [green] connected to G. and one wire [white] connected to W.....and one wire [common,usually blue] connected to C unless tstat requires a common wire,,in that case there will be 2 wires connected to C at the furnace.......hope i made it clear enough.......dan
Q:watch online the wire episodes...?
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Q:How do i install flat wire speaker cables?
The flat wire is what you run under carpets, along baseboards, etc. The four wires allow you to run a pair of speaker wires (two sets of two) from your receiver to the general location where the speakers will be. The terminal blocks allow you to run regular speaker wires from the receiver to the flat wire. The terminal block at the other end then lets you run speaker wire from a terminal block at the other end of the flat wire to the pair of speakers that wire feeds. It doesn't matter which wire goes to which speaker, as long as you wire it up correctly. That is, you can have the first terminal be the + wire for the first speaker, the second the - wire for that speaker, and the third and fourth wires being the + and - wires for the second speaker.
Q:can you sure me a diagram how to wire a sensor and light up?
The sensor is wired in-line. That means the wire coming from the source of electrical current is the starting point, the sensor IN wire hook to the same colored wires from the source wires, and the sensor OUT wires hook up to the same colored wires on the light. The sensor is now getting power, and passing it on to the light.
Q:what are the limitations of international wire transfer limit?
Your bank may set a limit on the amount they will allow per wire transfer, but that would be the only limit. My company accepts wire transfers for international business almost daily and there have been a couple of time when I have had to have the purchasing company send a 2nd wire for the balance because the 1st exceeded the banks allowable transfer amount. Of course when that happens you have to be sure that you include the mark up to the customer invoice because you will be charges for each wire transfer by your bank. (some banks don't charge for incoming wires, some do.)
Q:orange wire from old stereo of Chevy suburban,what wire do i hook it up to on a custom stereo?
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Orange Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: Yellow Radio Ground Wire: Black Radio Illumination Wire: Gray Radio Dimmer Wire: Brown Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Radio Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Front Speakers Size: 4′ x 6′ Front Speakers Location: Dash Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green Rear Speakers Size: 4′ x 10′ Rear Speakers Location: Side Panels Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Blue Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Light Blue

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