Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Wire For Wire Mesh And Cable Armouring

Ref Price:
Loading Port:
China Main Port
Payment Terms:
TT OR LC
Min Order Qty:
-
Supply Capability:
-

OKorder Service Pledge

Quality Product

Order On-line Tracking

Timely Delivery

OKorder Service Pledge

Credit Rating

Credit Services

Credit Purchasing

Share to:

Product Description:


Quick Details

  • Steel Grade: 60#,65#,45#,50#,Q195,Q235

  • Standard: AISI, ASTM, BS, DIN, GB, JIS

  • Wire Gauge: 0.15-8.0

  • Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)

  • Type: Galvanized

  • Application: Manufacturing

  • Alloy Or Not: Non-alloy

  • Special Use: Cold Heading Steel

  • Model Number:60#,65#,45#,50#,Q195,Q235

  • Zinc coating: Hot dip galvanized wire 30g/m2-820g/m2Size: Hot dip galvanized wire 0.15-8.0mm

  • Tensile Strength: Hot dip galvanized wire 355-560 N/mm2

  • Elongation: Hot dip galvanized wire ≥20%

  • Package: Hot dip galvanized wire 20-1200kg/coil

  • Departure port: Tianjin Port(Xingang Port)

  • Material: 60#,65#,45#,50#,Q195,Q235

  • Packing: Coil. Spool. Reel. and so on

  • Galvanized way: Hot dip and ELC

  • Twist: Hot dip galvanized wire ≥20

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Coil. spool
Delivery Detail:After order 20days

Specifications

Hot dip galvanized steel wire
1)0.15mm-8.0mm
2)Low, middle,and high carbon wire
3)Zinc coating from 30g-820g/m2


Treat:hot dipped

Diameter mm

Tolerance mm

Weight of zinc coating(no less than) g/m²

Strength of extension Mpa

Rate of elongation LO=200mm(no less than)

Resistance coefficient Ωmm²/m(20°C)

1

2

1.5

+0.08

-0.04

150

230

355 ~ 540

12

Normal:ρ20≤0.132

With copper:

ρ20≤0.146

2.0

190

240

2.5

210

260

355 ~ 540

3.0

230

275

4.0

+0.10

-0.06

300

480

5.0

6.0

7.0
8.0



Send a message to us:

Remaining: 4000 characters

- Self introduction

- Required specifications

- Inquire about price/MOQ

Q:please help with wiring problem.?
is it the factory radio? what type of vehicle? are the wires cut?
Q:A sub amp wiring kit?
In terms of amp wiring subs are no different than speakers. Just make sure you know the rms power of the amp and related current requirements so you choose the correct wire size. Also understand that the unusually inexpensive kits are not usually very honest about the actual size of the wire. 8 awg will cover you up to about 600w rms. An 8 awg kit should have a 50-60A fuse. 4 awg will cover up to 1000-1200w rms and should include at LEAST an 80A fuse, preferably 100-150A.
Q:How do I connect a threaded wire with a naked solid copper ground wire with a wire nut?
Early on as an electrian I had a mentor who gave me this tip....take the stranded wire and lightly rub it in a clockwise direction, not a real twist just mold it so it sticks together a bit, place the two wires side by side but cheat the stranded wire up a bit so it (apprears) longer than the solid by maybe 1/32 of an inch. place the wire nut on and twist, you will feel it grab continue toi tighten just until it begins to pull the insulated part of the stranded wire taught.... you will see what I mean and understand....gently tug on stranded wire to make sure the joint is good.
Q:Wire guided missile?
The Ruhrstahl X-4 was the first wire guided air-to-air missile and was designed by Germany during World War II. The missile was stabilized by spinning it slowly in flight, at about 60 rpm. This meant that any asymmetrical thrust from the engine, or inaccuracies in the control surfaces, would be evened out as the missile spun. Signals were sent to the missile over two wires that were wound onto spools on the missile body, and corrected the direction of flight by operating control surfaces on the tail. A gyroscope kept track of up so that the control inputs from the pilot's joystick in the launch aircraft would be translated into yaw and pitch even as the missile rolled. Flares attached to two of the mid-section wings were used to keep the missile visible through the smoke of its engine. The missile had a range of 4Km
Q:question regarding Jumper wires..?
Jumper wire is just any piece of wire that allows you to connect two other wires/terminals whatever. You could probably even use a paperclip if it will fit, just have to be careful when jumpering that you don't let the bare material short to ground.
Q:Subwoofer wiring help?
Ok, first thing you want to do is, for each subwoofer, wire a negative and positive together. You can use regular speaker wire to do that (well you're supposed to anyway). After that, you will have a negative and positive terminal left on each subwoofer. What you need to do is run a speaker wire from each of the terminals, so you have 6 different wires from 6 separate terminals. Make note of the 3 positive wires and the 3 negative wires. Now what you do is simply twist together the 3 positive wires together, so you have 1 positive wire. Connect that positive wire to the positive terminal of the amp (if it's a 1 channel amp. If it's a 2 channel, connect it to a bridged channel on the positive terminal. Or however you want.) Do the same for the 3 negative wires. Twist them together to have 1 negative wire, and connect it to the negative terminal on the amp. Finished! That kind of wiring is called Series wiring, by the way. The other kind is called Parallel wiring.
Q:what gauge wiring should i use?
4 guage amp kit This one is the best SoundQuest SQK0 1/0 Gauge Copper-Clad Aluminum Wiring Kit Technical Details * 1/0 Gauge Power and Grounding Wires * Remote Wire, Speaker wire, and RCA Signal Wires * Fuse Block and Fuse * Various crimp style connectors
Q:Older ceiling fan wiring?
hook the green to green - the copper to the copper - the white to the white . now the black in the ceiling gets hooked to red and black in the fan
Q:Original Kanye West Through the wire?
Through okorder.com/
Q:Question about 1-wire alternator.?
the three wires are prolly alternator turn on one wire for the guage and one random maybe ground or something what you need to do is look at the instructions that came with the 1 wire alternator to see if it needs a turn on lead if so you can check the three wires you have with a meter to see which wires put out twelve volts when the ignition is on this is a turn on/ignition lead then youll wanna find the lead that goes to the guage on the dash and make sure it gets twelve volts so the guage reads the other can be capped off

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location
Year Established
Annual Output Value
Main Markets
Company Certifications

2. Manufacturer Certificates

a) Certification Name  
Range  
Reference  
Validity Period  

3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port
Export Percentage
No.of Employees in Trade Department
Language Spoken:
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size:
No. of Production Lines
Contract Manufacturing
Product Price Range