hot dip galvanized iron wire and Electric Galvanized Iron Wire

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popular electric galvanized iron wire for binding


We can supply super quality Electro Galvanized Iron Wire/ Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire processed with low/hign carbon steel wire, through drawing and electro

galvanizing.Our Fivestar produces Galvanized Wire from choiced low/high carbon steel wire, through the strict process of wire drawing-annealing-acid washing-water clearing-drying-galvanizing

 coiling, in this way, excellent flexibility and tensile strength could be guaranteed.


Electro/Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire Technical/Mechanical Characters:
ASTM Standard: A641/A641M-98
Material: SAE1006/1008,Q195/235 SAE1050/1065

Standard wire gauge BWG6 to BWG25.
Zinc coating: 8-25g/sqm for Electro Galvanized Wire; 60g - 220g/sqm for Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire
Heavy coating: >200grams/sq.m or according to our customers' requirement >250grams/sq.m
T.S.: 300/550Mpa, 350/450Mpa, 450-550Mpa, 600-800Mpa, 700-900Mpa 1100-1300Mpa, 1300-1700Mpa etc.
Packing: 1kg-1000kgs/coil

Application: This kind of wire is extensively used in construction, handicrafts, woven wire mesh, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses.

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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:amp wiring issues...?
If your talking about a remote wire there should be a blue wire with a white stripe coming out of the wiring harness for your receiver/head unit... And run a wire from that to the remote terminal on your amp. All this does is send a 12v signal so when you turn the key on your car/truck it signals the amp to turn on. If your head unit does not have a remote wire you can run a wire from your amp to your ignition..
Q:Physics Help! resistivity of a wire!!!?
Voltage (Volts) = Current (Amps) times Resistance (Ohms) or V=IxR = R = V/I = 13/0.37 = 35.14 Ohms Resistance = Resistivity * Length/Area The longer the wire is, the more resistance it has. The larger the crossectional area of the wire (pi times radius^2), the less resistance it has Longer wires have more resistance, thicker wires have less 35.14 = Resistivity * 3.1/pi*0.0042^2 Resistivity = 35.14*pi*0.0042^2/3.1 = 6.281 x 10^-4
Q:What causes signal Loss and Distortion in Copper Wire?
the resistance of the wire itself can be responsible for signal loss. electromagnetic fields may cause distortion. Another possibility is if the signal is not terminated properly you may experience a reflection of the signal traveling in opposition of the desired signal. Heat can cause loss or distortion. corrosion on the copper wire may also cause loss or distortion of the signal.
Q:what gauge speaker wire to use?
actual confident, the speaker twine could desire to continually be twelve gauge exceptionally in case you go with crystal-sparkling sound. and you could desire to get 4 gauge potential and floor wires besides. They sell great high quality audio cables at Walmart.
Q:How do I find the remote wire?
blue wire or blue with a white stripe antenna wire, the wire that tells the antenna to go up and down or just use any wire that is only hot when the radio is on (use a test light), the power wire to the radio (not constant or memory) ignition
Q:Is my 3-way wiring plan correct?
nevermind what I think....the guy under me knows EXACTLY what he is talking about! Do it exactly like he says. His way is better than mine was, honestly, because he has more experience. Thats why I deleted my own answer----we call that professional courtesy to seniority and its what electricians do when someone has more experience than we have speaks up. Now it doesnt matter what I think....I only have 22 years experience and someone with more experience than I has given better, sounder advice than I did. You should listen to him, not me.......or anybody else whom cannot match or exceed his experience. Or didnt you know that all Electricians are part of the same Brotherhood? This is why we always agree (or agree to be wrong). I was wrong, obviously, and my advice, second rate, compared to the advice you are about to get. So.....Pay attention! Wisdom follows!!!!
Q:wiring diagram for hunter ceiling fan?
I don't believe that such a thing exists. What is your question specifically? Are you installing a remote receiver inline? If so, the wires should be individually labed. Connect the white wire coming from the ceiling to the white wire labeled 'line' or 'to supply'; connect the black wire coming from the ceiling to the black wire labeled 'line' or 'to supply'; connect the green wire from the fan, green wire from the mouth, and the green or bare copper wire coming from the ceiling (if there is one) together; connect the white wire coming from the fan to the white wire labeled 'load' or 'to fan'; connect the black wire coming from the fan to the black wire labeled 'load' or 'to fan'; if you're installing a light kit on this fan, connect the extra wire, which is probably either black with white stripes or red, to the wire labeled 'to light'
Q:do you know what's the use of wire mesh?
Q:Question about wires in plugs?
The typical U.S. power distribution system has two hot wires coming into your electric panel, plus a neutral wire. The neutral wire is grounded to earth ground, as is the protective green earth wire. An outlet, carrying 110 volts from one of the hot wires (black), supplies current for the load and it flows back to the transformer on the pole normally via the neutral (white) wire to the center transformer (grounded) tap. The green protective wire does nothing in normal operation. However, should the appliance have a metal outer skin, and the machine develops a short, energizing the outer skin, it will flow through the green ground wire back to the transformer rather than through you and back to the transformer.

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