Galvanized Iron Wires For Chainlink Fencing

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Galvanized Wire/Galvanized Steel Wire/ Gavanized Iron Wire

Diatmeters:0.15mm-6mm

Application

Weaving, braiding, fencing, cable armoring, knitting, tie wire, for redrawn, for binding or forming etc.

Material

low carbon steel wire

Diameter

0.15mm~6.00mm

Tensile strength

350-500MPA, or higher

Zinc coating

Min 12g/m2, min 25g/m2, min 200g/m2,min 300g/m2,610g/m2

Surface treatment

Hot dipped or electro galvanized

Packing

On spools

In small coils of 25-50kg/coil, 10kg/coil

In rosette coil of 100-800kg/coil

Standard

ASTM 641, EN10257-1& EN10244-2

All can be produced according to customers’ requirements.

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Q:Cheap Amp wiring kit?
NO, you need to buy thicker wire because electricity follows the path of least resistance which means if one of the wires is 1/8 of an inch longer than the other, that is the wire the most electricity will flow through, as far as the speaker wire it wont make a difference unless it is thicker than what you already have installed (its very hard to tell the difference in sound quality even with very high quality speakers
Q:help with wires?
go to your local hardware store and buy some wire connectors. turn your power off and snipe the wires off, and then put he ends together and twist the wire nuts on. This is the safest way to keep from having problems later on and a lot safer.
Q:What gauge wire should be used in car wiring?
Depends on the amperage draw, for a stater wire most cars use a #12 THHN copper wire #16 would be used for speaker wire #14 is used for dome lights temp gages oil gauge and so on headlight wires use #12 wire STARTER to battery wire uses #6 wire taillights and turn signals use #14 Computer wires use #16 or #18 gauge wire as for the power wire if it has a fuse make sure the fuse will blow before the wire burns threw so if it's a 20 amp fuse fast blow use #12 copper if it's a 30 amp fuse use use a #10 wire. My fog lights I put in my truck uses a 40 amp fuse so I put in a # 8 copper wire for them. Hope this helps and gives you a guide of what wire to use.
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:wire length?
The stretching of wire by longitudinal force: If F force applied across the crosectional area A of wire of radius r and lenght L then the wire elaogates in the dirextion of force Stress P = F / A A = pi* r^2 = (1.5/2)*10^-3 = 7.5 *10^-4 m^2 strain produced = dL / L = increase in length / original L Young's modulus or elastic (stretch) modulus for the maretial, within elastic limits, Y = stress/strain strain = stress / Y dL = F * L / A * Y = F * L / pi (r^2) * Y dL = 400* 1.5 / 3.14 (7.5 *10^-4)^2 * 6.2*10^10) meter dL = 0.005479 * meter dL = 5.479 millimeters increase in length
Q:how do you cut a metal wire?
Using the wire cutters bend it back and forth, over and over and it will break the wire
Q:Ball things on wires?
They're usually on High-Tension wires? They're on those high-up wires to help aircraft pilots see and avoid them, if they happen to fly low enough. I've seen them on HT wires near a place called Echo Lake, in Colorado, oddly enough, and I don't think that there is an airfield nearby, so I think they put those balls on high wires in any open spaces, where low-flying aircraft would be an issue.
Q:Dt moto emergency light wiring help?
I'm looking online to find out what DT Moto lights are. Ok, I see what they are. I didn't know the brand name. LED lights in general are not high current, so they probably use lamp cord. I want to explain something to you about polarity. Electronic circuits are sensitive to the polarity of the DC electricity. The positive (+) and the negative (-) connections must be observed. So many people have absolutely no clue about this. There are just two wires. But if you extend them, you have a 50-50 chance of wiring correctly or incorrectly. There is only one allowable way. If wrong, it WON'T work, and probably will blow up the circuitry. So connection to battery or cigarette lighter plug is extremely important not to reverse the polarity. If just the LED lights got reversed, they wouldn't light, but they wouldn't be injured. Just reverse the wiring. But to the 12 volt source, polarity can't be wrong. Not for an instant. If you look closely at the insulation, you will see that one wire has smooth insulation, and one wire either has milti-ribbed insulation, or a single rib down the side. If you extend wiring, make sure to connect smooth to smooth and ribbed to ribbed. Wires should be soldered with electronic solder and the joints covered with heat shrink tubing. No crimped barrel connectors, or twisted bare wires with tape, or house wiring wire nuts. These methods all beg for failure. I don't know about robbing wire from one place and connecting to another. Is the one wire actually too long? You'll never need it? I guess you could take it. But me personally, I'd go get some wire from a lamp store. Match the wire conductor gauge (size), not the insulation size. Most lamp cord is 18 gauge. Some is 16 gauge. You can get 14 gauge or even 12 gauge. Thicker is a smaller number. Places that install car audio systems often have/sell thicker lamp cord. Have I told you enough?
Q:What causes signal Loss and Distortion in Copper Wire?
the resistance of the wire itself can be responsible for signal loss. electromagnetic fields may cause distortion. Another possibility is if the signal is not terminated properly you may experience a reflection of the signal traveling in opposition of the desired signal. Heat can cause loss or distortion. corrosion on the copper wire may also cause loss or distortion of the signal.
Q:What type of wire to make wire rings?
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