Good Quality Galvanized And Pvc Coated Welded Wire Mesh

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Product Description:

Welded Wire Mesh

 

1.Material: 

superior low carbon steel wire, galvanized wire , stainless steel wire,PVC coated wire

 

2.Surface treatment:

electro-galvanized, hot-dipped galvanized, PVC coated

 

 

3.Manufacture process: 

The galvanized electric wire mesh, welded after galvanized electric welded mesh and plastic coated mesh are made with high-quality iron wire by automatic equipment.

 

 

4.Feature: 

 smooth mesh surface ,well proportioned meshes,strong welded points and bright luster . The mesh doesn’t come loose even if cut in parts or being exerted force on parts .Compared with general iron  wire ,the products are better in respects of anti-corrosive and anti-rust .

 

5Usage:

 It is  widely used in industry, agriculture, construction, transportation,mining etc  

 

6. Specification List

 

(Standard welded wire mesh)30m length,width 0.5m-1.8m

hole size

wire gauge(BWG)

inch

mm

1/4" x 1/4"

6.4 x 6.4

22,23,24

3/8" x 3/8"

10.6 x 10.6

19,20,21,22

1/2" x 1/2"

12.7 x 12.7

16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23

5/8" x 5/8"

16 x 16

18,19,20,21,

3/4" x 3/4"

19.1 x 19.1

16,17,18,19,20,21

1" x 1/2"

25.4 x 12.7

16,17,18,19,20,21

1-1/2" x 1-1/2"

38 x 38

14,15,16,17,18,19

1" x 2"

25.4 x 50.8

14,15,16

2" x 2"

50.8 x 50.8

12,13,14,15,16

 

 

( PVC coated welded wire mesh)30m length,width 0.5m-1.2m

hole size

wirre gauge(BWG)

inch

mm

1/2" x 1/2"

12.7 x 12.7

16,17,18,19,20,21

3/4" x 3/4"

19 x 19

16,17,18,19,20,21

1" x 1"

25.4 x 25.4

15,16,17,18,19,20

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Q:how do i know what kind of wiring kit to buy for my subwoofers?
by wiring kit do you mean the amps power kit? some of which will include speaker wire for the subs anyway usually your amp will come with instructions that tell you what the minimum gauge is the amp will accept for power, this is the gauge power and ground cable you will want to get maximum power to the amp and to prevent overheating issues, typically amps under 400 watts rms power will do fine with 8 gauge, amps 400-1000 rms will use 4 gauge and 1000+ will use 2/0 gauge wire, for the subwoofer speaker wire you can never go too big gauge only too small, a kicker 12 gauge speaker wire will work for almost any application
Q:2x Red Wire and 1x Black Wires Coming Out Of Wall... Which Wires Are Which?
The green wire is just a ground wire, black is usually the hot wire, that would leave the blue wire as the neutral wire. The white wire in house wiring is the neutral. The two red and one black from your wall is not standard in the USA, but it may be 220 volts. What kind of light fixture are you replacing, is it on a ceiling fan?
Q:amp wiring issues...?
ok man to answer your question NO , it does not matter what color the wire is. what DOES matter is that your using the same brand wire,(just because some 4 gauge wire is bigger than Other 4 gauge wire) and it MUST be the same gauge wire for positive and GROUND. You will also need to run the REMOTE TURN ON wire from the back of the headunit to the REM on the amp. (without this wire the amp does not know to turn on. Next thing is your RCA cables these will run from the back of the headunit to the input on the amplifier. Last thing (OBVIOUS) is the speaker wire both to wire the subs to the correct ohm load and to also run from the speaker terminal cup (if you have one in the sub box) to the amp. * Looking back i think i miss read the question, no the wire color does not matter, just make sure its the same size as the wire from the headunit (not bigger or smaller) so probably around 16-18 gauge wire, color does NOT matter.
Q:Question about wires getting hot...?
Well it depends. If you varry the current the temperature of the wire will also vary. You have to take into account the actual diameter of the wire, the wider the wire, and constant current, the cooler the wire will be when you run electricity through it. If you have a wire with HIGH resistance it will get HOTTER, thats how light bulbs work.
Q:I am having trouble wiring my new light switch?
If you are having trouble wiring a light switch you shouldn't be doing it get an electrician otherwise you could cause a fire.
Q:Live electrical wires?
Electrocution happens when electricity finds a way to ground. Squirrels are not grounded so they don't get shocked. Ever watch the Discovery channel? They've shown how the power company works on high voltage lines without shutting the power off. A helicopter hovers next to the power line while a technician reaches out to the power line with a probe. Once contacted the helicopter and the technician are at the same potential voltage so nobody gets shocked. However, during approach they are NOT at the same potential. That's the reason for making contact with he wire with a probe first. So that the technician doesn't take a big hit when he first touches the live wire. So squirrels, birds, rats - anything that can land on the wires doesn't get electrocuted. But if an animal touches the wire AND ground (or another wire), it's all over in a blinding flash. Hope this helps. 'av'a g'day mate. '')
Q:Can I just use wire nuts to join these wires?
When you are cutting wires Especially when it concerns computers you should make a good mechanical connection and a good connection free from moisture and any type of corrosion. When I splice the wires together I use butt connectors with shrink warp and melt the shrink wrap around the wires after crimping the butt connectors together. You can buy heat shrink wrap at radio shack or any electrical supply store and buy heat shrink tubing to put over the wires. Some will say this is overkill, but since electricity passe's over the outside of the wire this is where you get corrosion and cause yourself headaches if the wire is not mechanically connected correctly. Wire nuts are for household connections like in florescent lamps or inside a connector box and normally used on single strand wire like romex 12/3 or 10/3 but not on multi strand wire. it's best to solder the wires together then heat shrink them if you know how to. Remember that .02 Ohms resistance can cause problems with computer operation hope this helps.
Q:Fire Alarm low voltage wire colorcode?
There is no code required or generally accepted color code for fire alarm wiring. Usually circuits for different purposes are color coded differently. For instance, initiating device circuits and notification appliance circuits.
Q:Automotive off road lights wiring?
For okorder.com/... Wiring gauge always specifies the diameter of the WIRING not the insulation, since the insulation thickness can vary. You would have to strip the wire and measure the bare wire with a gauge. You can also look at the printing on the insulation for the gauge. Look for something like AWG 14 etc. You can buy a standalone headlight harness that contains the relay and wiring for aftermarket lights. I would recommend running both positive and negative wires all the way to the battery for maximum current.
Q:Ceiling Fan wiring question - 2 white wires and 2 black wires in ceiling?
if you have separated the wires from one another you have created a small problem which will require that you determine which pair are bringing the power in (line) You can buy a cheap 2-wire tester which us always a useful tool to have around. with the power on, carefully touch the the tester to one pair at a time (a black and white wire- don't let any of the wires touch each other, and the tester should light up. the other pair are running to the switch. note which pair is which. Have the switch extended out of the wall so that you can examine the wiring. Using wire nuts, ( the plastic screw-on caps) attach the hot black to the white wire of the non-hot pair and shove deep into the box out of your way...you are done with it.. that will deliver the power to the switch and now the black from the non-hot pair will bring it back to the fan becoming your new hot wire controlled now by the switch.. the switch should have the white wire and the black wire from the same pair attached to it..) the white wire from your remote receiver will attach to the white wire from ceiling box and the black and blue (light)wires from the receiver will connect with wire nuts to the newly established hot black. SWITCH AT WALL SHOULD NOW BE OFF. you can now continue the fan installation. Be mindful of the fact that the remote receiver slides into the space in the fan mounting bracket and there is very little room to get the receiver and all the connected wires in and under the canopy/cover. being as neat as posible with your wiring and wire placement is essential. good luck.

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