Galvanized Straight Cut Wire

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Place of Origin:
China (Mainland)
AC:
ISO 9001,2000
Model Number:
BWG
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Galvanized Technique:
Electro Galvanized
Type:
COIL WIRE
Function:
Binding Wire
Wire Gauge:
0.5-5MM


Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:packing 5kg/coil 8kg/coil 10kg/coil 15kg/coil ,20kg/coil ,25kg/coil ,30kg/coil ,35kg/coil ,50kg/coil ,100kg/coil plastic inside woven outside plastic inside hessian outside
Delivery Detail:20-25DAY

Specifications

galvanized straight cut wire
wire dia:0.2-5mm
packing 8kg,25kg/coil
plastic inside woven outside
Iso9001,2000

 galvanized straight cut wire            

Electro galvanized wire

1.Diameter:0.10mm---5.5.00mm

2.Tensile strength:300N/mm2---700N/mm2 or other

3.Zinc coating:5g/m2---50g/m2 or other coating

4.Elongation:10%-30%

5.Packing:both coil-type and spool-type,1kg---800kg or other weight

Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire:

Material: low carbon steel wire rod

Technique: processed by drawing, zinc coated

Zinc coated: 50g---300g/mm2, other thicker zinc according to the customers requirement

Wire gauge: all sizes

Fabricate process:

Wire rod---acid washing---drawn wire---annealed---galvanized---packing

Packing:  0.5kg---1000kgs


Spool: 1lbs/spool, 5lbs/spool, 40lbs/spool, DIN100, DIN125 and so on.

Or according to the customers requirement


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Q:High voltage with small wire?
The limit on the size of current carrying conductor is the heat produced due to power losses which leads to failure of the conductor, the power losses depends mainly on the square of the current (P=I^2R) so in power transmission voltage is being stepped-up to high values to decrease current and, in turn, the conductor size is reduced. Theoretically we could step-up the voltage to extremely high values and thus we could have a very thin wire to carry the small current because P=VI so at constant power as voltage V increases the current I decreases. But there are also limits for stepping up voltage as the insulation is directly affected by the voltage. In case of insultaed cables, the insulating material (PVC or XLPE) will fail if the voltage reaches its Break-down Voltage. In case of overhead transmission lines (OHTLs) the conductors are insulated by air between phases and the suspended disk insulators each has their own breakdown voltages. It should be noted that safety regulations determine a safe distance of 1 cm per Kv that you should keep from high voltage conductor. This means that for a consductors carries voltage of 500kv you should allow a distance of 5 meters away from it for your safety as its magnetic effect is not exlusive on its surface but for a distance around it proportional with the voltage.
Q:Electrical Wiring Question?
Wire nut the old hot wire to the black and the old neutral to the white. Connect the grounds together also. Find which is the old hot with your tester. Not with your finger. Good grief.
Q:Does ground wire need 2b copper?
Radio Shack's hookup wire is copper, but it may be tinned so it has a silver/chrome color instead of a copper color. Tinned wire is more expensive but is also more resistant to corrosion. Braided wire is more flexible than solid wire, but either will do the job. The only real important consideration is the gauge of the wire. You want to make sure your new ground wire is at least as thick as the old one.
Q:what are the colored wires to wire up a trailer harness?r=1259029257?
Your friendly neighborhood auto parts store should have a wiring kit for your truck... complete with instructions and diagrams.
Q:electrical wiring help ?????
I am an electrician an, any time you use direct burial cable you are doing a half *** job. Call an electron use conduit and use conductors with a w listed in there insulation type Using direct burial cable instead of conduit is silly When the cable fails not if(could take years) you will be re-digging the trench
Q:Outdoor Wiring Question?
In addition to the answer Paul gave, check the wiring that the white wire is the neutral or common wire and that it goes to the shell side of the lamp holder. A few years ago, I had a similar problem, when all of the checks were made, the panel was wired with the black wires on the neutral buss. Hence all of the devices were wired backwards. Call a qualified professional electrician to do the work.
Q:Why/how does wire thickness effect electricity usage?
Thin wires are usually used to make heat because there is more resistance going through a thin wire. In an incandesent bulb 60% OF THE OUTPUT IS HEAT. If thee is thicker wire, more electrons go through and the light can be brighter.
Q:Jumping Wires in auto theft?
Hot-wiring an Jumping Wire are the same things. It is a criminal's way to drive a car without a key. But, this method only works on older cars. Newer cars have automatic ignition on their keys or a simple button to start the car. As long as the car you want has a keyhole, then hotwiring will work. Basically, a person must have a very long, copper wire. When the copper wire is inserted, it touches the ignition wire that lies in the inside of the key hole. When wires in the key hole touch the copper, it mimics how a key would turn in the ignition. So the car starts! Look it up on wikipedia, sorry if I wasn't clear enough.
Q:Harmonics of a wire?
Kia ora In order to answer this question, we first need to ascertain the speed of a wave in this wire. The speed of a wave on a wire depends upon the tension 'T' and the linear density (mass per unit length) 'μ' of the wire. v=√(T/μ) T=600 N The linear density of your wire is 5.00E-4 kg/0.95=5.263E-4 kg/m. So for this wire, v=√(600/5.263E-4) =1068 m/s Now we have the speed, we need to find the wavelengths that correspond to the harmonics we are interested in. The wire is fixed at both ends. Nodes occur at fixed ends. Therefore the first harmonic will occur when there is a node at each end and the longest possible wavelength that satisfies this condition is λ=2L (you get half a wavelength on the wire). So λ=2*0.95=λ=1.90m. If v=1068m/s and λ=1.90 then by the wave equation v=fλ f=v/λ=1068/1.90=562.1 Hz. So that is the first harmonic. The second harmonic has twice the frequency of the first; the third harmonic has three times the frequency of the first. The second harmonic will therefore occur at 562.1*2=1124 Hz and the third at 562.1*3=1686 Hz. Because your data was given to 3sf you need to round your answer to 3sf: 1st harmonic: 562 Hz 2nd harmonic: 1120 Hz 3rd harmonic: 1680 Hz
Q:Wave speed in two steel wires.?
Wave velocity v = √(T/μ) Same tension in both wires: T1 = T2 μ is the linear mass density v1 = 53.2 m/s v2 = ? = v1/v2 = √(T1/μ1) / √(T2/μ2) = √(T1μ2 / T2μ1) = √(T1/T2 * μ2/μ1) = √(μ2/μ1) Linear mass density is mass/length, mass is density*volume: m/L = ρV/L = ρAL/L = ρA = ρπr^2 Both wires are steel so their density is the same. == v1/v2 = √(μ2/μ1) = √(ρπr2^2 / ρπr1^2) = √(r2^2 / r1^2) = r2/r1 == v2 = v1r1/r2 = (53.2*3.00×10^-4) / 4.45×10^-4 = 35.9 m/s ---- Speed of waves along the second wire is 35.9 m/s

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