hot dip galvanized iron wire 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:Wiring a new electric cook top?
so it is new already == call the 800 number that is with the paperwork and ask the customer service to give you an explanation and email a wiring diagram ... best way to fix and have safety ...
Q:wire length?
The stretching of wire by longitudinal force: If F force applied across the crosectional area A of wire of radius r and lenght L then the wire elaogates in the dirextion of force Stress P = F / A A = pi* r^2 = (1.5/2)*10^-3 = 7.5 *10^-4 m^2 strain produced = dL / L = increase in length / original L Young's modulus or elastic (stretch) modulus for the maretial, within elastic limits, Y = stress/strain strain = stress / Y dL = F * L / A * Y = F * L / pi (r^2) * Y dL = 400* 1.5 / 3.14 (7.5 *10^-4)^2 * 6.2*10^10) meter dL = 0.005479 * meter dL = 5.479 millimeters increase in length
Q:What is inside the Magnet wire?
Magnet wire is just solid copper with a layer of varnish for insulation. Speaker wire would work, but you could not wind the wire as tightly due to the thicker insulation. also the wire is very flexible and will not stay in place very well. Also, if the coil gets hot, the insulation on the Speaker wire will start to burn or melt. .
Q:i replaced my spark plugs wires on a?
doad ya evehh hard a' punctuation? GETCHA SUMM
Q:Alpine PDX wiring???
take (i use 12 gauge wire on my sub installs) 16-14 gauge wire and hook up the positive on the amp to the red terminal on the sub and negative to the black one. I'm not really sure what you need exactly
Q:Factors that affect wire?
1) How does the type of wire affect resistance? Wires can be made of different materials , and each material has its own resistance properties, some materials have high resistance and others have low resistance. 2) How does the length of wire affect resistance? Think of it this way , when increasing the length of the wire it will be harder for the electrons to pass through, which means higher resistance it will be. 3) How does the diameter of the wire affect resistance? Small diameter wires have high resistance , because when the diameter of the wire is small it will be hard for the electrons to pass through the wire, unlikely if it has big diameter then it has small resistance because now the electrons can move easy because of its big diameter. 4) How does temperature affect resistance? Temperature also effects wires resistance, when the temperature in the wire increases the resistance will also increase, to understand why imagine your self holding a wire and buring some area in it , what will happen is the heat will melt that section and cut the wire so its like an open circuit which means very high resistance (No electrons will pass through the wire). Good Luck.
Q:Lincoln conti. plug wires?
I never had em in my 68 460 So long as the wires are not touching the engine or exhaust. After a drive feel them to see if they seem too hot. Have fun!
Q:The wires in my ceiling fan don't match the wire in my ceiling?
These are all probably hot-side wires. If you have the knowledge and the tools, find out which wire or wires is/are hot in the box with the switch off. If you have no idea what I am talking about, you REALLY need to find someone who knows electricity. BTW, the wires in the fan are quite simple to decode. The green wire is the ground and attaches to either the box or a ground wire in the box. The white wire is the neutral and attaches to the white wires in the box. The black is the hot lead for the fan and the blue is the hot lead for the light. These two can be combined if you have only one wall switch. Where they attach in the box will be determined by which hot lead is switched. I can probably guess how the box and switch are wired but I may be wrong and that would be dangerous. Call an electrician so you don't burn your house down.
Q:Sub wiring?
the present passing for the duration of the wires will reason the wires to warmth up if no longer sufficient guage. think of of the hundreds of thousands of little electrons pushing and shoving returned and forth, all this action motives friction on a molecular point and of direction all of us understand friction equals warmth. In a bigger guage twine there is extra area for the comparable form of electons. it truly is truly that straightforward. Use as heavy a guage speaker twine which you would be able to. you will have no sign loss and little warmth.
Q:Unknown capped wires in ceiling fixture?
The three white wires are your neutral wires. the one black wire connected to your fixture is the wire coming from your switch. The white wire connected to the black wires are the hot wires. That one white wire connected to the black wires carries the electricity to the switch then feeds it back to the fixture on the single black wire. I never trust wire until I check it for voltage, even with a breaker off.

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