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Galvanized Wire/Galvanized Steel Wire/ Gavanized Iron Wire



Weaving, braiding, fencing, cable armoring, knitting, tie wire, for redrawn, for binding or forming etc.


low carbon steel wire



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


On spools

In small coils of 25-50kg/coil, 10kg/coil

In rosette coil of 100-800kg/coil


ASTM 641, EN10257-1& EN10244-2

All can be produced according to customers’ requirements.

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Q:Where do I connect the green ground wires on my ceiling fan?
For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/avzAc After reading your additional details, It is my understanding that you only have the green wire on the mounting plate. You have no other ground wire from your house wiring, as well as none from your remote box wiring. You only have hot and neutrals. Don't worry about that wire. cap it off and tuck it away. Your house is too old to have a ground. It is a safety wire in case of a short / over current. It wont affect the fan working. If you had a bare wire coming out of the box in your house you would connect it there.
Q:Effect of current passing through wires?
a) When the currents through both the wires are in the same direction, the magnetic field due to each midway between them, by right-hand thumb rule, will be in opposite directions. This will result in attraction between the wires. b) When the currents through both the wires are in the opposite directions, the magnetic field due to each midway between them, by right-hand thumb rule, will be in the same direction. This will result in respulsion between the wires.
Q:what are the colored wires to wire up a trailer harness?r=1259029257?
you need to buy the harness for that particular truck, there's a plug already there for it, if you start hacking into wires you'll have more problems than you can believe. and I'm not going to explain it here, just trust me, there like $20 bucks and will save you a world of headaches.
Q:Live electrical wires?
You have to have a complete circuit. A man trimming trees may touch two wires at the same time or may touch one and the other wire is grounded causing the ground to act as the second wire. You cannot get electrocuted by touching just one wire. Technically, since one wire is grounded and we are on the ground we are touching one wire continuously. Also the squirl may be on a low voltage telephone wire or an insulated wire. If it's a bare wire and he doesn't jump onto the wire but rather reaches out from a tree and touches both at the same time he'll get shocked too.
Q:alternative for soldering wire ?
wire glue is not a good alternative to soldering but may temporally work best bet is to solder it go to any hardware store, walmart, target, kmart to get a soldering iron
Q:How do you wire subwoofers like this?
It's a misnomer to use the term bridged in wiring subs. They should call it a jumper wire, or something similar. It's a minor detail, but it leads to novices thinking bridging is something done with subs -- it's not, it's the amp. Although since mono amps are becoming more and more common bridging is becoming a thing of the past as mono amps aren't bridgeable. The way I would do it would be to wire each sub to its respective terminal with the coils in series for 4 ohms.
Q:how to wire a receptacle with 6 wires?
I say that JimW has given you the best answer ..... sounds to me that the box that those wires are in is a connector or in-line jumper box ---- where is your multi-meter or 2-wire/glow tester to find whatz hot .... the certified electrician is going to do what JimW says ... further tests will prove it .......
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:how do you wire amotion sensor light.the?
The other answer that has directions doesn't sound right for your case. Do you have a link to the actual product? Two white wires sounds strange, unless they have stripes or something to differentiate them. It seems pointless to have 2 wires that would just be connected together. Give me a link or the actual brand/model number and I'll give more information.
Q:What is the function of a wire for braces?
The wire is what makes braces function. When an orthodontist tightens braces, s/he adjusts the wire or replaces it completely, which causes the teeth to move. Removing the wire ceases the functionality of the braces.

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