High Quality Galvanized Steel Wire Rope Steel Wire Ropes

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steel wire rope
6*24+7FC 6*15+7FC Be used for crane,hoist,engineering

galvanized steel wire rope

1.  Application:

Crane, Hoist and General Engineering Purposes

2.  Characteristic:

Good wear resistance and longer fatigue life

As per GB,JIS, RR-W,API and etc ,as well as customer`s request

3.   Surface Coating: Galvanizing

4.  Packing type: Wooden reel

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Q:knob and tube wiring?
Jim W. is spot on. The old wiring may not have a grounding conductor, and the fan would not be grounded. Check to see if there is a old screw in the back of the inside of the box, that is holding down a bare wire. If so, as long as the ground wire has not been cut anywhere, and is still connected, it should be grounded. Any electrician can test it with a tester, and tell if the box is grounded. If not, you are connecting the green to the box, but it is not connected to anything. MAKE SURE THE BOX CAN HOLD THE FAN, and in the installation instructions, it tells you to add large wood screws, through the mounting bracket, into SOLID wood. If the fan is not tight, it WILL wobble..
Q:connect amp wire to car battery?
there should be 3 main connections other than the speaker outputs. one goes to the battery + (through a proper fuse), one going to a good ground, and the remote turn-on from your head unit (this is what turns the amp on and off with the head unit.) if hooked up properly, it will not drain your battery.
Q:wiring ceiling fan in older home thats been re-wired have four wires,red,black,white,green what do we connect?
Well, is there a red wire in the fan to connect it to? If not, then you should probably ground it. If it's an older house, you should call an electrician to test it and make sure. You wouldn't want to risk hooking up the wrong things.
Q:Looking for a car stereo speaker wiring diagram for a 1994 Nissan Sentra?
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Q:thermostat wiring in an old house?
First of all from what you are saying on how the old thermostat is wired,your furnace is wired up wrong...On the old thermostat the red wire should go to R... The white wire should go to W... The green wire should go to G... And the blue wire should go to Y... On the new thermostat the red wire should go to Rc and a jumper wire from Rc to Rh... The white wire goes to W/B... The green wire goes to G... and the blue wire goes to Y1... But if your sure that your old thermostat was wired the way you say it was then the red wire goes to G...the white wire goes to Rc with a jumper wire to Rh... the green wire goes to W/B... and the blue wire goes to Y1...
Q:i need to know which wire is my ignition wire on a 94 chevy suburban can someone help?
I have wired up alot of amps and the remote wire on the amp should be connected to the power antenna/amp turn on wire on the stereo head unit. This allows the amp to only turn on when the stereo is on. If you are connecting an amp to a factory stereo,I see why you would need to find an ignition wire. You need to probe the fuse panel with a 12 volt test light to find a circuit that only comes on with the key. Usually there is a spare accessory fuse location just for this. Buy a fuse tap or specialty fuse from a auto parts store to connect your remote wire to. There is very little current draw to turn on the amp,so almost any circuit on the fuse panel will work if it is only on with the key.
Q:Can I solder wire connections that are covered with wire nuts?
If you are using a good grade of wire nut ( The inside of the wire nut is metal) soldering isn't necessary....It won't hurt anything but not necessary....Thomas Betts makes a good wirenut
Q:problem with wiring headunit?
The orange wire may be an illumination wire that controls the illumination or brightness of the head unit's lights when the car's headlights are turned on. You have two grounds because one is a chassis ground used to ground the metal frame on your head unit to the car's ground. Your head unit may or may not have an input for the illumination wire, in which case you need to remove it. I would also ground the head unit's frame using the second ground wire. Try looking online for the pinouts for your particular car's factory head unit. This will take the guesswork out of the install.
Q:Can anyone interpret this wiring diagram?
The schematic drawings for a large electrical installation will 'normally' have a 'key to symbols' sheet. However some symbols you will have to work out for yourself. (comes with experience). Schematics for control systems may be a different kettle of fish. After 45 years as a maintenance electrician at sea and ashore I came to the conclusion that not only do different countries have different standards, but so do the individual electrical design engineers. Normally control drgs of many pages will have some reference to page No. and grid No's. Each page will be divided into grids, say 1 to 10 across top and A to H vertical. A relay with many contacts, but each contact on different pages, will have a symbol showing all contacts below the coil symbol. Each contact will show :- contact No's, page No and grid ref. IE. 13-14 (4) 2D. This is contacts 13-14 on page 4 at ref 2 across and D vertical. Sorry I can't help you any more with this but I'd be here for the next week or more going through all the different standards.

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