|Steel Grade: |
Q235 Q195 45# 50# 77B 82B
|Wire Gauge: |
|Place of Origin: |
Tianjin China (Mainland)
|Alloy Or Not: |
|Special Use: |
Free Cutting Steel
|Model Number: |
|Brand Name: |
BV ISO SGS
|Tensile strength: |
|Price term: |
FOB CFR CIF
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||Standard export packing or according to the requirements.|
|Delivery Detail:||Within 20 days after receiving the deposit or the copy of L/C|
High Carbon Steel Wire for Flexible Duct,Mattress Spring,Brushes And Ropes Production
|Material|| 45#, 50#, 65#, 70#, ,77B, 82B,|
|Standard||DIN 17223, GB4357-2009, DIN EN 10270|
|Weight||According to the customers' requirements|
|Uses||To produce springs, steel wire ropes, brush and other uses|
|Packing|| Coils Packing, spools packing, or according to the customers' requirements|
Tensile strength of steel wire
- Q:touched ground wire to power wire on amp how do I fix this?
- Depends on where the ground wire touched. If the ground wire contacted the power line outside the amp, then it *should* be OK. Excess current would have flowed directly from the power wire to the ground wire, not through the amp. Some amplifiers are fused on both the positive and negative power leads, so you need to check both fuses. If the ground wire contacted something inside the amplifier, then you probably blew a power regulator chip or some other part of the internal circuitry, again depending upon exactly where the ground wire touched. In that case, you're on the spot for either a repair bill or a replacement.
- Q:Which wire goes with which wire on the other side? (Foto)?
- It's not just your oven that makes a difference, but the year your oven was manufactured in AND the country it was manufactured in that makes a difference. It was easy to identify your supply wires as Brown = live wire; Blue = return (neutral) wire; green/yellow = earth ground, and this is single phase wiring. There would be an orange wire for 3 phase... ...but the oven wiring conforms to a different standard of gray - white -red where red is possibly the ground line, while the other two are your live and return wires, with the gray likely to be the return wire....BUT...in some time periods, the red wire was the live wire. Your best bet is to test the oven wiring out with a multi-meter and look at what color of wire is connected to where. The earth ground should be connected to the oven's cabinetry; the live wire would be wired to the oven's internal fuse or circuit breaker, and then wired to the business end of the heater elements, timers, etc. The return wire would be connected to the other side of the elements and timers. Your most reliable way to address this is to consult a professional. That second link I posted has both old and new French wiring standards, and neither match your oven. And if your oven isn't manufactured in France, you have yet another level of wiring code to unscramble.
- Q:what is a hot wire gauge?
- I would need to hear this term used in context. It could mean the gauge of the 'hot' wire which would refer to the size of the wire being used to conduct the positive ('hot') flow of electricity.
- Q:How do I find the remote wire?
- it should be a blue skinny wire striped with white
- Q:electrical wiring?
- Thats big # 10. Sounds like somebody was running a welder or air compressor. But you can still use it. Do Not forget your GFCI outlet.
- Q:What's the metal wire fabric?Such as title
- A metal wire fabric by high-tech drawing processing of metal fiber cloth into implant formed the overall high-grade fabrics, fabric, metal wire accounted for about 3%~8%, the same general level of technology, the metal wire accounted for the higher the more expensive.
- Q:I am installing a GFCI and the box has a red wire...what is it for?
- Just loose in the box or was it connected to the receptacle? If connected, it could be a switched wire to control half the receptacle. That won't work with a GFCI receptacle. Wire nut it off in the box.
- 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:what do wire colors mean (old house)?
- Since this is an old house I would not assume anything, I may hook up a new switch wire per wire, but unless I opened the light fixture and confirmed the connection I would not connect any unconnected wire. That being said, since you have two colored wires then the white should only be used as a neutral. The hot and switch leg back to the light should be black and red, but which is which is anybodies guess. A ground wire is probably not present in the j-box you are dealing with, it was not required for many years, and probably do not have any grounded connection point in the light j-box either. You would just be connecting the boxes together if you used this spare wire, but not actually grounding anything, and could create a larger hazard by doing so.
- Q:High voltage with small wire?
- Assuming the wires aren't linked, and assuming the voltages are with appreciate to floor. There's no difference between the wires, or as a minimum there need not be any variations. What makes you factor there may be. Voltage is only a knowledge utilized to the wire, through batteries for example. When you have a 1.5 volt battery and a ninety volt battery (that you would be able to purchase these, but steeply-priced) both with the bad tied to floor. Now take 2 small pieces of copper wire, about an inch long. Lay each one on the constructive terminal of one of the crucial batteries. That meets your stipulations. Nothing happens to the wires.
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