Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

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Packaging Detail:1.plastic inside hessian bag outside 2..plastic inside woven bag outside 3.according to customer's request
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1.Galvanized Iron Wire
2.Galvanized Wire
3.Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire Galvanized Wire Galvanized Iron Wire

                                                     

1.Galvanized Iron Wire
2.Galvanized Wire
3.Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

Product Description

Hot-dip galvanized iron wire

Hot-dip galvanized iron wire is made with choice low carbon steel wire, through wire drawing, acid washing and rust removing, annealing and coiling. It's mainly used in construction, handicrafts, woven wire mesh, express way fencing mesh, packaging of products and other daily uses.

Electro galvanized iron wire

Electro galvanized iron wire is made with choice mild steel, through wire drawing, wire galvanizing and other processes. Electro galvanized iron wire has the characteristics of thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc. It's mainly used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.

Galvanized wire

Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

Material

Low carbon steel

Wire Gauge

BWG2-BWG22

Zinc Coat

30-280g/m²

Tensile Strength

350-550N/mm²

Elongation

10%-18%

Yield Strength

195Mpa

Electro Galvanized Wire

Material

Low carbon steel

Wire Gauge

BWG2-BWG22

Zinc Coat

10-25g/m²

Tensile Strength

350-550N/mm²

Elongation

10%-18%

Yield Strength

195Mpa


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Q:neutral safety wire color?
The yellow wire on the ignition switch harness goes to the transmission range switch (aka park/neutral safety switch) on the transmission, and then the purple wire on the transmission range switch goes to the starter solenoid.
Q:please help with wiring problem.?
If your talking about the power wire the feeds the radio on the eclipse then you need to check both fuses. On the eclipse they put an in line fuse before the fuse box and one at the fuse box and either one could be blown. If neither one is blown then you do have a break in the wire. does not half to be cut but it can be an internal break. If i was you and the fuses are not blown i would run your own wire from the battery with an in line fuse to your radio. This happened to me so that's how i know about the two fuses. hope this helps.
Q:stereo connection wires help.?
the ground wire black is connected to -ve of battery the red wire is connected to ignition wire so when you turn on the keys the radio starts the yellow wire is connected to +ve of battery, but radio will not switch on till red is connected. good luck
Q:Spark Plug Wire Problems?
It sounds like you may have installed the wires out of order. On your car the firing order is 1-3-4-2; standing at the front of the car the cylinder count is from passenger side to driver side (#1 is passenger; then 2-3-4.) Make sure your #1 wire is coming off the #1 terminal on the coil pack, then #3 wire on the second terminal, #4 on the third, and #2 wire on the last one. If that doesn't do it, than you may have bad wires. Check with your mechanic.
Q:What gauge wire do i need?
Buy AWG # 14X2 cable inside includes one more bare copper wire for grounding. Solid single conductor is the common product.
Q:wiring problems with thermostat, please help?
The Green wire generally is fan The red wires are hot to the AC and Heater The yellow wire is AC The white wire is common. Brown may be used for AC instead of red Hook the Green to the G terminal The Red wire to the Rh terminal The brown wire, I believe is Rc terminal White to W OR c (HOW EVER IT'S LABELED) Yellow to Y
Q:scooter ignition switch wiring colors?
Scooter Ignition
Q:what size wire do i need?
First thing you need to do is call your city's building inspectors and get necessary permits. !!! For your protection. #10 wire for thirty amp breaker. For 220VAC you will need 3 wire (three conductor cables) plus ground wire for a thirty amp breaker. But question is what is the ampacity rating of your hot tub? You need to size your circuit breaker to the ampacity of your hot tub. Breaker is going to have to be a two pole (double pole) breaker GFCI breaker since it is 220 VAC. since it is for a hot tub. You should have a red wire a black wire a white wire and a bare wire in your cable. The black wire and red wire are your hot wires they go to the breaker. The white wire is your neutral (grounded conductor) it goes to the terminal strip where all the other neutral wires are connected in the breaker box. The bare wire is your ground wire! It goes to the ground wire terminal strip in the breaker box. Now that said if you or your husband is not absolutely sure about what you are doing get an electician to do it for. First water and electricity do not mix at all good together. Good way to get fried if tub goes hot on you if hooked up wrong. Good way to burn the house down if hooked up wrong as well. Another thing since it is a hot tub meaning like wet area like bathrooms and out side special considerations are going to have to be taken for safety namely you are going to have to use a GFCI circuit breaker or have a GFCI double pole switch to disconnect the tub incase of a short circuit or excessive current leakage to ground otherwise you end up bolied lobsters. Well done and ready to eat by the time you are found. Not as easy as just hooking up three wires is it. And if you do not know exaclty what you are doing call an electrician.
Q:How do you extend a grounding wire?
Get a length of wire the same gauge or larger than the original wire. Solder the wire to the old wire and run it to a good ground. If you can't get it soldered a crimp connector will work,but not a good idea under the hood of a car, temporary at best
Q:Does burnt wire still let electricity flow?
It would help to know exactly what you're trying to do here. Like Gary said, I'm not sure what you mean by inside those wires they have insulation. I'm trying to guess what you're trying to do here and you say you need to connect some wires. Are you trying to connect two sets of insulated wires together? If so, I'm guessing that you needed to strip the insulation off of the ends of the wires to expose the conductors and connect together? If that's the case, usually we use a wire stripper or a small razor blade to cut the insulator around the wire and then pull off the sheath, leaving clean wire underneath. Burning the insulation off is not going to make copper wire not work (if you oxidized the copper, you'd have to heat it way hotter than a typical flame, and it would not be metal any more--it would be crispy). So if you still have flexible metal left over after burning off the insulation, then you still have a conductor. The problem, and the reason why we don't usually burn off insulation is that you're going to end up with a bunch of burnt up goo and oxides on the surface of your wire which will make it not connect well with another wire surface to surface. You can probably solve this problem by lightly sanding or scratching the burnt parts of the wires. Or just cut off the burnt part and try stripping it with a blade instead. Then make sure to insulate your connection with electrical tape or something so that you don't have bare wires that can touch each other and short out. If you're trying to do something different, please explain more. In general, though, you're not going to ruin copper by burning it, but you will tend to coat the outside of the wire with stuff that doesn't insulate well. You want shiny copper when you are connecting two pieces together.

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