1.Material: high quality low carbon steel Q195
2. The wire diameter: from BWG35 - BWG6 (0.2mm - 5.0mm)
3. The general weight : 25kg/50kg/coil (or in according to your requirement 0.5kg- 200kg/roll)
4. The packing: plastic inside and hessian/woven outside (or in according to your requirement)
5.Tensile strength: 350---550N/mm2
6. Zinc coating: 10 - 30g/m2
7.Technical information: Processing with low carbon steel wire, throught drawing and galvanizing.
8.Characteristic&Applications: High zinc coating with super corrosion resistance, firmed and well-proportioned zinc Coating, slippery surface, used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.
electro galvanized iron wire
- Q:down to the wire?
- I found this online: The wire is used in a four-legged footrace-- at least I've only ever heard the word tape used for races involving bipeds. That and ribbon. The wire in question is an actual wire, and it's used in the Sport of Kings, horseracing. A tape or ribbon would be too stretchy to instantaneously trip the shutter on the finishing-line camera when it was crossed. A horse has no problem busting through a single strand of wire.
- Q:Commercial And Industrial Wiring?
- Commercial and industrial wiring make extensive use of conduit, cable trays/ This entails explosion-proof or flame-proof fittings, along with the seals and other conduit fittings. Residential wiring, in most cases make extensive use of romex cables without any conduit. Other than these major and a few minor differences, the wiring is actually the same. This is the installation of cables/wires from the circuit breakers to the users. TexMav
- Q:Lime wire???????????
- it's ok i have only used the free version and you should try to limit yourself to downloading a few files at a time for optimal speed. Also I disable uploads to protect my computer. after you search, go to the right hand side where it tells you the modem speed and only select t1 or t3 or cable. this will get you in and out faster too.
- Q:Where can i find a 88 300zx stereo wiring diagram that lists all colors and what they go to?
- I will ASSUME that someone had already cut your factory harness. If NOT, then buy a harness!! DO NOT cut the factory wires. Here you go: Constant 12V+ Red/Black Switched 12V+ Blue Ground Chassis Illumination Green/White Dimmer n/a Antenna Rear Window Front Speakers 6 1/2 Doors Left Front (+) White/Blue Left Front (-) Black/Blue Right Front (+) White/Red Right Front (-) Black/Red Rear Speakers 6 x 9 Rear Deck Left Rear (+) Yellow/Blue Left Rear (-) Gray/Blue Right Rear (+) Yellow/Red Right Rear (-) Gray/Red
- Q:Wire tension physics question?
- Problem 1: If the tension in the two wires are equal, the angle they make with the horizontal must also be equal. Always remember that a horizontal line is a straight angle; hence, it has a measurement of 180°. Let's look for the angle the wires make with the horizontal. 130 + x + x = 180 130 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 130 2x = 50 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 25° Each wire makes a 25° angle with the horizontal. We can now find the tension. The mass must be divided by 2. Using trigonometry, let's find the tension force. The divided weight of the lamp shall be the opposite side, and the tension force shall be the hypotenuse. sin 25° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 25° Ftens = 236.62 N (Answer) The tension is 236.62 N in each wire. Problem 2: We use the same approach. 100 + x + x = 180 100 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 100 2x = 80 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 40° Each wire makes a 40° angle with the horizontal. Calculate the tension force. sin 40° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 40° Ftens = 155.57 N (Answer) The tension is 155.57 N in each wire. Hope this helps!
- Q:On what actually does ampere depends thickness of wire or number of turns of wire or what else? Electrical?
- ampere depends on the number of turns..........
- Q:Mitsubishi L300 1993 stereo wiring diagram?
- Hi does anyone knows where the stereo looms connect back to .i.e. fused?
- Q:subwoofer speaker wires?
- 12 gg or 14 gg is ok for normal use for best performance use 8gg or 6gg wire depending on wether you are running them single or doubled up IE; Bridging amp amp+ to sp1+ amp- to sp1 - or amp+ to sp1+ to sp2+ amp- to sp1 - to sp2- Will give you 2 ohm if your amp is 2 ohm stable or Recommended for best sound Quality amp+ to sp1+ sp1- to sp2+ sp2- to amp- Will give you 8 ohm and Peak at 4 ohm at max power Are your subs single or dual voice coil
- Q:How do I wire a rainbird sprinkler system?
- just reconnect like-colored wires back together
- Q:drive-by-wire & drive-by-brake?
- HI Drive by wire In a drive by wire set up there no solid connection between the steering wheel and the front wheels. the steering is all done be electronics. on a regular car there is a shaft that goes from the steering wheel to the steering gear box, then tho the steering arms to the wheels. ON by wire the steering wheel moves switches and valves the turn the wheel by a pre set amount. Drive by brake this is done by using two brake pedals one for the left side and one for the right side.. when you step on the left brake it slows or stops the left side so the car well turn in that direction. that's how airplanes steer when on the ground they have a left and right brake hope this helps Tim
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