Weight/coil; 400g, 1kg,2 kg,5kg,6kg.....200kg, it can also be packed as per your requirements.Attention:one head one roll,in single length,without breaks
Quantity in one 20ft container:25 tons generally different sea company,different weight limited
Production time for 25 tons:within 5 days
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Q:Spark plugs and wires?
complicated subject. check out over bing and yahoo. that can help!
Q:do two 12 gauge wires combined equal 6 gauge wire?
Chances are that it would be far more reliable to use a 6 gauge wire. The fuses should be fine, but check to make sure they aren't titanium-based, as they could possibly corrode with the setup you have going. Also, when you rewire for the first time, make sure to check the connections for the first 10-15 uses to make sure they aren't interfering with any radio signals, as this is a hazard.
Q:how to protect attic wiring during insulation in attic?
I am not sure if you are the one who asked before or not. You have knob and tube wiring which is the original wiring that they used to wire homes in the late 1800's and early 1900's as well. This wiring does not short out like the wires do today because it is separated by the knobs they used one is hot and one is neutral. They do break and cause trouble and they do not short out to one another because they are separated. The do come together at the openings at the lights and as they go down to switches etc. but normally they were separated even the but as people climb in and out of attics and move and pull them they do get moved. Do not move them any more then you have to and do not pull them or try to move them. This wiring when done right is safe as long as it is still insulated but if you have the budget then hire an electrical contractor to replace it for you with new romex wiring. If you do not then just avoid moving it at all cost and try to avoid hitting it etc... Make sure this wire has the proper size fuse or breaker and do not use any thing larger then a 15 amp breaker or fuse on these circuits and if you have trouble blowing fuses or breakers then you need an electrician to help you split some circuits and run new ones.
Previous answer was partially correct. There are building codes depending on your local government. Some outside wires have to be in conduit, some have to enter and exit the ground in conduit, others do not require it. However, the wire size is associated with the circuit breaker that you are going to attach it to and the length or distance away from the circuit board it is going to be. Don't try to save money and buy indoor wire however, stick to the heavier outdoor coated wire. It is best to buy a higher Gage and not use it all then to buy a Gage that is too small.
Q:Explanation of Ground wire install?
The ground wire in an automobile accessory installation is to make the complete circuit for the electricity to follow. Some things on cars use the frame and metal panels for grounding, but for an amp and some radios you probably should not. The battery is grounded to the frame and to the engine.
Q:What's the metal wire fabric?Such as title
Metal wire fabric not only has metal luster, and wear to trim visible, noble, gorgeous, and the fabric has the function of conductive shielding, which is widely used in scientific research, military and medical industries such as electronics, high-tech, high added value.Currently do men and women's windbreaker, jacket, jacket and jacket.
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:dodge dakota rt signal wire?
It should be the BLK/ LB wire (although my wiring schematic shows that wire BLK/ GREEN), It will be the only circuit that have a varying voltage between 0-1 volt. Probe the wires with a DVOM and determine which wire has the signal, one wire will supply B+ for the heater, one is heater ground, one is reference supply voltage and one is signal return The signal return is the circuit you need to tap.
Q:kenwood wiring to blazer?
unless you known what each wire does get the wiring harness or you very well may destroy your head unit
Q:What color is a common wire ?
Jeff Verde nailed it but forgot one thing. Never assume that the last person that installed wiring hooked it up to the right colors! I've even seen people use a hot wire (Black) as the ground. Never assume it's right to start with!