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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:Wiring in my house is different?
The wire that was attached to the mount is your ground. (It should be thicker than the one from the fixture. - Use a 'wirenut' to make the connection.) The White wires will be your 'Neutrals'- 'White' from your new fixture. For the 'Black' from the fixture, use the same wire that was connected to the old fixtures 'black'. If you didn't keep track of which is which, then you are now 'in over your head'. Get experienced help before you cause damage or hurt yourself.
Q:why do prices of electrical wire follow oil prices?
It follows the copper market. During high economic growth periods, copper (for wiring) oil for fuel are both simultaneously in high demand.
Q:How do I wire my guitar?
Matt, okorder.com/... The fact that the pickguard is pre-wired should make things a little simpler...in fact, if you post a picture, I could help. Without that, I can only make an educated guess. You said there are 3 wires? Well, I suspect that 2 of them are grounds. If you have a multi-tester, you can easily verify which of the two wires go to ground. Just touch one probe to the body of the volume or tone control, and the other to the wire. If you have continuity, it's a ground wire. If you follow them back to the source, both ground wires are probably soldered to the body of a volume or tone control. One ground goes to the bridge/spring assembly. The other should go to the output jack. You'll notice that the jack has two connections. One is the hot wire and the other is ground. You'll need to figure out which of the two wires is the ground, and which connection it goes to on the output jack. Look at the diagram in my link. See the wire that comes from the middle of volume control? That's the hot wire and it should connect to the part of the jack that contacts the tip of the plug at the end of your guitar cable. The other wire connects to the part of the jack that contacts the sleeve of the plug. If you look closely at the jack, you should be able to figure out which connection goes to the long prong. The prong is the one that makes contact with the tip of the plug....and this is where your hot (+) wire goes. Ground (-) to bridge-------------→ Ground (-) to output jack-------→ body/sleeve of jack Signal (+) to output jack--------→ tip connection of jack
Q:merecdes 300e spark plugs wires?
No, no reprogramming is required when wires are replaced. Did this just happen after the wires were replaced? It only happens while in gear, not in park or neutral? It could be the incorrect wires with too much resistance in them but that would more likely also show up while idling. I would more likely suspect that this is just coincidence and something else is wrong.
Q:Thermostat wiring help!?
The 24 gauge cord is slightly easy. considering you will need in basic terms 2 conductors and the telephone cord is 4 conductor, basically double up the wires. Tie the two ends of two conductors collectively for each conductor mandatory.
Q:What is the magnetic force on the wire?
Magnetic force, F = BIL --------(1) where B is the magnetic flux density of the magnetic field caused by the right wire, acting perpendicularly to the left wire in Tesla I is the current in the left wire in Amperes L is the length of the left wire in metres To find B (due to the right wire), you have to use the formula B = (µ0)(I)/(2πr) -----(2) where the I in this case is the current in the right wire, r is the distance between the two wires, and µ0 is the permeability of free space, numerically defined as µ0 = 4π×10−7 using eqn (2) so B (due to right wire) = (µ0x2.2)/(2πx2.44) = 1.8x10^-7 T using eqn (1) and the value of B calculated above F = (1.8x10^-7 x 2.2 x 0.36) = 1.43x10-7 N
Q:Difference between live and neutral wire?
Actually neutral wire remains at some constant voltage and change in direction of flow of current only occurs in live wire, the voltage live wire at any given time is measured wrt neutral wire, thus neural wire's only function is to provide a reference voltage as u may know voltage is relative, for example if ur home has 110V supply, the neutral wire will remain at some constant voltage all time but live wires voltage will change from plus110V to minus 110V very rapidly depending on frequency of supply....
Q:what do wire colors mean (old house)?
To begin with, don't worry about the white wires tied together in the back of the switch box, that's normal to see in a switch box (outlet boxes are a whole different ball game). The only purpose of a switch (regular or dimmer) is to control the hot (black) side of the circuit that powers the light (or fan or whatever it is). To simplify this for you, just connect one black wire from the switch to the black wire in the box and the other black wire from the switch to the red wire in the box. That will make the connection and your light will work on the dimmer. If there is a green wire on the dimmer switch, connect that to the bare copper wire inside the box. If no green wire, then just screwing the switch to the box will ground it assuming it's a metal box. The metal box should already be properly grounded, you might see a bare copper wire screwed around a terminal inside the box. If the white wire is by itself (or tied in with other white wires) with a wire nut (cap) on it, don't worry about it and don't let it confuse you, it's just an extra wire that's not needed for the switch to work. The only case of where you'll see a white wire connected to a switch is if 14-2 wire was used instead of 14-3 wire (like in your case). 14-2 has a black, white, and bare copper wire. 14-3 has a black, red, white, and bare copper wire. The 14 just means the gauge (thickness) of the wire. And to confuse you even more, another case of seeing a red wire connected to a switch is if the circuit is a 3-way circuit whereas there are 2 or more switches controlling the same light. In your case though, I'm assuming this dimmer switch is the *only* switch controlling your light given your description. Keep in mind, YouTube is a great source for tutorials on doing electrical work if you need it. Just remember to kill the power to the circuit you're working on. Anyway, hope this helps, and good luck.
Q:Yamaha Virago 700 wiring diagram?
A trip to the local Yamaha shop (send your GF if shes good looking) they may be willing to print you a copy from their manual. On the other hand you just buy yourself a manual, you could always use it to sweeten the deal when you eventually go to sell it.
Q:Electrical Wiring Diagram for Bard Air Conditioner Model WA241-a00?
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