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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: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:Where to buy floral wire?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Where to buy floral wire? I've been meaning to find floral wire for a DIY project I'm going to attempt. Does anyone know where to buy floral wire? I'm not sure if Michael's sells it. Please let me know from personal experiences.
Q:how to correctly wire a chandalier?
How many lamps (bulbs) does it have? Larger chandeliers are capable of being switched on/off in layers (so you might have 3 switches for a 12-lamp fitting) All you can do is trace the coloured wires to each lampholder to ID live/neutrals (Multimeter with power OFF)
Q:Physics Help! 3 wires find direction of magnetic field and force?
I assume that those wires are sitting parallel 3 m apart from one another. 1. The magnetic field around a wire forms concentric circles around the wire. Wire 1 and Wire 3 are parallel so when you draw a concentric field line around Wire 1 with radius 6 m, you get a magnetic field line passing Wire 3 at a right angle. And a concentric field line around Wire 2 with radius 3 m passes Wire 3 at a right angle. Both magnetic fields have the same direction because the current in both wires flows in the same direction (to the right). Using the right-hand rule, you can find that the magnetic field at wire 3 due to Wire 1 and Wire 2 goes into the page. Ans: Into the page 2. The force on a wire can be calculated in the following manner: I X B * L. Here I is the current on Wire 3, B is the magnetic field due to Wire 1 and Wire 2, L is the length of Wire 3, and X is the cross product operator. So I cross B would give the direction of the force. Now use the right-hand rule, I cross B will give the force direction pointing down. This means the force due to the magnetic field would repel Wire 3 from Wire 1 and Wire 2. Ans: The force on Wire 3 due to Wire 1 and Wire 2 would repel Wire 3 from them.
Q:Which wire goes with which wire on the other side? (Foto)?
I'm not sure of your electrical system over there (except that it's 50HZ) The green/yellow wire is probably the ground (see which one is screwed into the frame of the oven to be sure) the other two shouldn't matter because it's probably a 240V unit, right?
Q:Cat-6 wiring for telephone equipment?
White-Blue Blue-White denotes that these two wires are twisted with each other. Same goes for Orange-white white-orange and so on. You just want to make sure that you use the same color pair (Meaning White-Blue Blue-White etc) with pins 1-2 and respectively 3-6. Really doesn't matter which color you pick as long as you stay consistent. White-Blue-Pin-1 Blue-White-Pin-2 White-Orange-Pin-3 Orange-White-Pin-6
Q:HOW DO YOU CHECK THE OHMS ON A WIRE(OHM OUT A WIRE)?
Wire Ohms
Q:Surround sound wiring problems can you help?
No. It should not be too hard to try hooking on speaker up at a time though and finding what runs to what. Then writing it down. Did the previous owner have a package of documenttion to pass on to you?
Q:Tension in both wires?
The tension in both wires.? If you hang a pot-plant with mass of 8kg from two lengths of wire attached to a horizontal beam 100cm apart. The wire on the left has a length of 50cm and the wire on the right has a length of 75cm. What is the tension in both wires? In the triangle ABC, AB(c) = 100 cm, BC (a) = 50 cm and AC (b) = 75 cm 2s = a+b+c = 225 cm s = 112.5 s-a = 112.5 - 50 = 62.5 s-b = 112.5 - 75 = 37.5 s-c = 112.5 - 100 = 12.5 tan A/2 = √ {(s-b)*(s-c) / [s*(s-a)] = √ {37.5*12.5) / [112.5*62.5] A = 28.95º tan B/2 = √ {(s-c)*(s-a) / [s*(s-b)] = √ {12.5*62.5) / [112.5*37.5] B = 46.57º C = 180-28.95-46.57 =104.48º --------------------------------------... 46.57º is the angle between horizontal and 50 cm wire. 28.95 is he angle between horizontal and 100 cm P is the tension in the 50 cm wire and Q is the tension in the 75 cm wire Equating the horizontal components of the tensions P cos 46.57º = Q cos 28.95 º P = Q cos 28.95 º/ cos 46.57º P = 1.27 Q-------------------1 Equating the sum of the vertical components of the tensions to the weight of the pot P sin 46.57º + Q sin 28.95 = 8*9.8 N 0.73P + 0.48 Q = 78.4N 0.73(1.27 Q) + 0.48 Q = 78.4N Q = 55.72 N and P = 70.76 N ============================= Or use Lamis theorm Angle between P and Q = 104.48º Angle between P and the pot = 90 + 46.57º Angle between Q and the pot = 90 + 28.95 By Lamis theorm P/ cos 46.57º = 78.4/ sin 104.48º P = 55.67 N and Q = (78.4/ sin 104.48º ) cos28.95 = 70.85N ====================================
Q:Why are some wires made up of many wires?
It's called stranded wire. A solid wire is rigid and will break after only a few times bent. Solid wire is cheaper and is used in house wiring where it does not need to flex. But even automotive wiring uses stranded wire because otherwise the vibration would cause breaks in no time. You may get some answers about high frequency skin effects but few people actually understand it and most of the information about it is wrong.

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