Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire

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Packaging Detail:1. Inside with plastic film, outside weaving bag. 2. Inside with plastic film, outside hessian cloth.
Delivery Detail:15~30 days

Specifications

1. Material is Q195(C is 0.06% ~ 0.12%)
2. Zinc coating is 40/m2 ~ 60g/m2
3. Tensile strength is 400N ~ 600N

Hot-Dip Zinc-Plating Iron Wire

Material: super carbon steel Processing by drawing, hot-dip zinc-plating Standard wire gauge from 8# to 24# Thick zinc-coating layer Super in corrosion resistance Firm coating layer Custom size available

Hot dipped galvanized wire and Electro galvanized   wire

Metric system

British System

4.0mm-0.30mm

BWG8-BWG30

Tensile strength: 30-55kg/mm2

Zinc coating: 20-32g/m2 6-295g/m2

Packing: inside   polyethylene film, outside PVC film or hessian cloth



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Q:Wire tension physics question?
Problem 1: If the tension in the two wires are equal, the angle they make with the horizontal must also be equal. Always remember that a horizontal line is a straight angle; hence, it has a measurement of 180°. Let's look for the angle the wires make with the horizontal. 130 + x + x = 180 130 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 130 2x = 50 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 25° Each wire makes a 25° angle with the horizontal. We can now find the tension. The mass must be divided by 2. Using trigonometry, let's find the tension force. The divided weight of the lamp shall be the opposite side, and the tension force shall be the hypotenuse. sin 25° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 25° Ftens = 236.62 N (Answer) The tension is 236.62 N in each wire. Problem 2: We use the same approach. 100 + x + x = 180 100 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 100 2x = 80 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 40° Each wire makes a 40° angle with the horizontal. Calculate the tension force. sin 40° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 40° Ftens = 155.57 N (Answer) The tension is 155.57 N in each wire. Hope this helps!
Q:wiring diagram for hunter ceiling fan?
just connect the ground (most important) and the black is hot the white is neutral. the ground is the bare wire. If you get it backwards the blades will spin in the wrong direction. just reverse the white and black. If you need to wire it to a 3-way switch, well I don't want to get into that.
Q:wiring receptacle in bedroom?
A 15 Amp receptacle will work, of course, but the receptacle box is most likely already overfilled. So in order to keep the wire count down, your best way to go is to buy a receptacle that uses screw down connector tabs. (NOT the kind that you have to put the wire under the screw, but the kind that you insert the wire into the back and then turn the screw down to clamp onto it!) The receptacle is a little more money but it would be worth the expense to make this hook up work. Hot wire (Black): Connect all three black wires to the back of the receptacle on the brass colored screws. Common wire (White): Connect all three white wires to the back of the receptacle on the silver colored screw. Ground: make a short pigtail of bare copper wire (about 6 or 7 inches long). Then connect the pigtail to the other 3 bare copper ground wires using a wire nut. Then connect the other end of the pigtail to the grounding connection of the receptacle. MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF WHEN YOU DO ALL OF THIS SO THAT YOU CAN LIVE TO TELL THE TALE! :-)
Q:how do i wire a new light to old wiring, i have 2 red & 2 black wires & no earth wire from ceiling.?
There should be black and white wires in the ceiling. Black is hot, white is neutral. If there is no ground wire, that's OK. You just wouldn't connect the ground wire anywhere.
Q:Braces-First Adjustment & New Wires
No, you can't physically see the difference in the thicker wire, but you can feel the difference when they first put it in. It will feel kind of heavier and tighter. It won't last long though...maybe 2 or 3 days and you'll get used to it. No, you won't get a thicker wire at every visit.
Q:electroluminescent wire?
What about it?
Q:Old speaker wire cause?
The only way I could see old wire causing what you describe is if there is a lot of oxidation on the part where it is making contact. It is possible, but not likely and just simply jiggling things should cause the oxidation to come off, if that is what it is.
Q:what are the limitations of international wire transfer limit?
Your bank may set a limit on the amount they will allow per wire transfer, but that would be the only limit. My company accepts wire transfers for international business almost daily and there have been a couple of time when I have had to have the purchasing company send a 2nd wire for the balance because the 1st exceeded the banks allowable transfer amount. Of course when that happens you have to be sure that you include the mark up to the customer invoice because you will be charges for each wire transfer by your bank. (some banks don't charge for incoming wires, some do.)
Q:big 3 updrade with 8 gauge wire?
You probably won't see/hear a difference even if you use 1/0 wire, but there will be one. 8 awg big three will probably at least double the current carrying capacity of your stock wiring. To say it would be a waste of time would be ignorant IMO. It certainly won't hurt anything and will make a significant reduction in resistance compared to what's already there. I did my big 3 with 8 awg. I'm running 1500w rms with a stock 130A alternator.
Q:A question about wired routers?
You are correct. Generally these days your typical router will have one input port (to the Internet) and four output ports, one or more of which can be connected to other computers -- while also having wireless capability. Wiring directly to the router is useful for desktops, servers, and other hardware that may not have wireless capability, while also eliminating any interference that could be associated with wireless routing, such as radio interference or downtime.

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