High Quality Electro Galvanized Iron Wire For Hexagonal Wire Mesh

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Packaging Detail:Spool, Reel, Coil,
Delivery Detail:2~5weeks


1) Bright and smooth surface
2) Different coil weight available
3) Small tolerance on wire diameter
4)ISO approved

Product Description

Electro Galvanized Wire


This kind of industrial wire is mainly used in construction, making of wire nails and wire ropes, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.

2) Material:

Carbon steel wire, mild steel wire

4) Surface:

Electro Galvanization



Tensile strength


6) Technical Info:

Surface: hot-dipped zinc coated

     Tensile strength:340-500 N/mm2 for all sizes
      Elongation: Min. 10% for all sizes

7) Packing:

2kg~500kg, in small coils, big coils and on spool or drums

9) All can be produced according to customers’ actual requirement.

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Q:How do I wire my VHF Radio?
You could solder (best), or crimp connect a waterproof In Line fuse to the red wire, then connect it to a terminal Ring, and put over the red + battery post, then ground the black wire, by connecting a Terminal ring to it and put it over the NEG.- battery post. The In-Line fuse is circuit protection, OR you can by-pass this by conecting to a spare fuse on the Panel (red +), then ground the black wire to the Neg on the battery or neg - on the panel (fuse block). Direct connection to the battery is best, the other wires probably go to the Aux. Speaker which you will need as the speakers on the radio are too small to be heard over engine noise. Soldering works BEST, then coat with Liquid Lectric tape, or heat shrink tubing for a water resistant seal on the wires, and a good Marine connection. E-mail is open if further assistance is needed.
Q:What are under-wired bras?
It just means they have a wire underneath the cup to keep the bra from sagging. Everyon past 16 wears them.
Q:Electrician please - wiring question for dimmer switch?
Your switches are wired so that they can both control the light. That is: you can turn it ON with switch 1 and turn off with switch 2, and vice-versa. These are called two-way switches. They have three wires connected to each switch to enable this clever stuff to happen. Your dimmer switch has two terminals because it is a conventional one-way switch and intended to be used all on its own. It not possible to convert the conventional dimmer switch into a two-way switch and it would be almost impossible for you to convert the circuit to use a 2-way switch in conjunction with the dimmer. You won't be able to buy a two-way dimmer for domestic use. Sorry, but you want to do is impossible without some very specialised knowledge and expensive kit, It's not practical for domestic circumstances. The best thing you can try is to get an adaptor to plug into the light socket which will act as a dimmer. The bulb plugs into the bottom of the adaptor. The pair of two-way switches will operate as normal and the adaptor device will do the dimming for you. These things usually have a remote control to work the dimming circuit. Cost about £15-£29. Try the better electrical shops such as Maplin or John Lewis. EDIT. They are not three-way switches like TJ suggests. These are different things entirely. You would have three of them and even more wires behind them. The dimmer switch does not operate by reducing voltage like another person suggests. They are not simple variable resistors. Dimmer switches contain special circuits which modify the alternating current waveform. This is one reason why they cannot be used with energy-saver bulbs or transformer-fed low voltage bulbs.
Q:examples of wire and wireless simplex , half duplex, full duplex and FULL.../Full duplex.. (with 4 users)?
Wire simplex: Serial data from GPS to PC or autopilot using 2 wires. Wire, half duplex: Theatrical intercom, with push to talk buttons for each spotlight operator. Wire, full duplex: telephone. Wireless, simplex: infrared remote control for TV. Wireless, half duplex: walkie-talkie, family radio service, cb radio. Wireless, full duplex cellphone, cordless phone.
Q:Are two wires of the same material but different in thickness and length? Are their young's modulus of elasticity the same?
identicalThe young's modulus depends only on the physical properties of the material itself, irrespective of the thickness or length of the material.Young's modulus characterizing the physical resistance of solid materials to deformation, and the physical quantities characterizing the properties of the material. The young's modulus reflects the rigidity of the material, and the greater the young's modulus, the less deformation it is prone to.I hope I can help you.
Q:califronia electrical code - box wiring?
no. the number of wires in the box is restricted based on the volume of the box but the number of wires entering a knock out is restricted by the size of the conduit or the cable type connected to the knock out.
Q:Voltage across a wire..!?
If the wire had some reasonable resistance which prevented melting of the wire and explosion of the battery; the middle of the wire would show half the potential difference between the terminals. The wire connecting the terminals becomes a potentiometer with Voltage falling linearly between the terminals (assuming uniform resistance along the length of the wire). In practice, Voltage drop on a wire supplying power to a load is proportional to the resistance of the wire divided by the resistance of the load. When the wire is the load, all Voltage drop occurs along the wire.
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We've had frost wire for a few months now and we've never gotten any viruses from it. Just make sure that you have anti-virus software installed on your computer. To be safe...
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Q:How do I wire a rainbird sprinkler system?
Lets see, if your dog chewed the wires, he probably did it right at the valves. Here's what you do (depending on how many valves you have) 1. Each valve solenoid has 2 wires coming out of it. Grab one (of the 2- it doesn't matter which) wire from each valve and twist them together. Call this the COMMON wire (usually white). 2. Go to the clock/timer/controller and look to see where the wires are connected. Check to see which color wire is deginated as the COMMON wire (or doesn't have a station number designation) 3. Once you find out which wie is the common, go back to the valves and twist this wire onto your BUNDLE with a wire nut. 4. Connect the remaining wires at each valve to any corresponding wire (on the other end). Make sure that you eventually solidify these connections with waterproof wire connectors. 5. Check the stations at the clock, running individual stations and making sure the correct run-times correspond to the valve assignments- adjust or flip wires at the clock instead of switching wires at the valves.

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