Looped Tie Wire/Baling Wire with Good Quality Galvanized Annealed,PVC Coated

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1.Structure of Looped Tie Wire Description

Loop tie wire is Loop tie wire is coated with PVC to create a strong, easy-to-use twist wire tie. PVC coating will not crack, chip or scratch off when tying; meantime this coating provides protection against rust and corrosion. It is widely used for tying and support of plants in gardens or other binding uses, such as tying of sacks and other bagging. This kind of wire is also widely used in securing the position of reinforcing bars during concrete placement. easy-to-use twist wire tie. PVC coating will not crack, chip or scratch off when tying; meantime this coating provides protection against rust and corrosion. Fine grains, adjust, eliminate defects than ordinary black iron wire is more soft, better flexibility, softness and uniform, consistent color is mainly used in construction mining chemical welding net hangers rework after annealed wire become soft, flexible, construction tie wire binding reinforcement effect more. 


 2.Main Features of Looped Tie Wire

• Practical

• Convenient

• Useful

• Inexpensive

• Solid

 • Durable

 

3. Looped Tie Wire Images

 

Looped Tie Wire/Baling Wire with Good Quality Galvanized Annealed,PVC Coated

Looped Tie Wire/Baling Wire with Good Quality Galvanized Annealed,PVC Coated


4.Looped Tie Wire Specification

 Looped Tie Wire/Baling Wire with Good Quality Galvanized Annealed,PVC Coated

5.FAQ

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How about your Loop tie wire

As a professional manufacture with many years of experiences, we have advanced facilities for production, and most of the products, like Loop tie wire. Annually more than 10000 tons wires and wire mesh are exported to markets all over the world. Different kinds of wires and mesh are available according to customer’s requirements.

 

what is the Main Export Markets of our Loop tie Wire?

Eastern Europe

North America

Mid East/Africa

Central/South America

Asia

Western Europe

Australasia

 

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In the purchase of Loop tie wire within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pacific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 15 to 20 working days can be served.

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Q:Resistance in a new wire 5 times longer than the original?
.4) A wire has a resistance of 19.2 . It is melted down, and from the same volume of metal a new wire is made that is 5 times longer than the original wire. What is the resistance of the new wire? Resistance = ρ * (L ÷ A) ρ = resistivity L = length A = cross sectional area L * A = volume of wire. The volume is constant L1 * A1 = L2 * A2 It is melted down, and from the same volume of metal a new wire is made that is 5 times longer than the original wire. Since the length is 5 times longer, the area is 1/5th of the original volume Resistance2 = ρ * (5L ÷ 0.2A) = ρ * 25 * L/A The new resistance is 25 times the original resistance = 25 * 19.2 = 96 Ω
Q:Wire arcing possible?
Electricity moves very similar to water it will always find the path of least resistance. So yes if you cut into the wire you will energize the u-nail. Your best plan is to remove the nail carefully while there is no power in the circuit examine the wire and if there is a cut through the insulation replace the wire. I say this because from your question it sounds like you are in the electrical rough in stage. You can install a J Box there but by code it must be accessible so that would mean there would be constant reminder of the problem in the wall.
Q:Consider a copper wire 1mm?
Battery's have their very own resistance (noted as their 'inner resistance'). the cost of the indoors resistance relies upon on the form of battery and its age. the full resistance of your circuit hence would be plenty greater effective than 0.064 ohm, so the present would be decrease than ninety 3.75A.. you will no longer get a electric marvel from 6V (although your tongue can detect it - no longer recommneded!). approximately 30mA around the guts can quit it. yet you may choose a plenty bigger voltage than 6V by way of resistance of the physique. in spite of the shown fact that there is achieveable of overheating the battery and/or the twine, which includes achieveable of hearth in some circumstances. Please do no longer attempt this with AC mains. There are severe detrimental aspects of deadly electric marvel and beginning a hearth. The kin risk-free practices equipment (fuse/circuit breaker/RCD) are meant to shrink the skill if the present is basically too severe or if there is an earth-leak - yet you are able to no longer possibility the risk-free practices of your self and others in this kind.
Q:subwoofer speaker wires?
regular speakwires WILL work but my advice to you is if you have a lot of watts going into the sub then use thicker wire.
Q:can I wire a 4 wire device to a 3 wire circuit?
Yes, but don't listen to these other answers (scary,lol). The bare copper wire is always the ground wire and it is usually a green wire on the switch (timer), so connect those together. There will be 2 wires in the electrical box (probably both black, but one might be white depending on how it was wired), either way they are both black wires and if you touched them together the fan would turn on. One of them will be a constant power from the panel and the other will go to the fan. Now, you will have to look at the instructions that came with the switch, to see which of the 3 wires goes to the fan and which 2 wires get hooked to constant power. You will have to determine which of the 2 wires in the box is constant power and if you have a tester it's easy, if not you have to touch the wire (I'm kidding). Electrical is quite simple, you just have to do it systematically one wire at a time. I hope I didn't confuse you, but the reason I explained all of this is it's the only way because of different circumstances. Also, if you don't have a tester and there is one black wire and one white wire in the box (not counting the white wires connected together with a marette) then the black wire is the constant power and the white goes to the fan.
Q:Harmonics of a wire?
Kia ora In order to answer this question, we first need to ascertain the speed of a wave in this wire. The speed of a wave on a wire depends upon the tension 'T' and the linear density (mass per unit length) 'μ' of the wire. v=√(T/μ) T=600 N The linear density of your wire is 5.00E-4 kg/0.95=5.263E-4 kg/m. So for this wire, v=√(600/5.263E-4) =1068 m/s Now we have the speed, we need to find the wavelengths that correspond to the harmonics we are interested in. The wire is fixed at both ends. Nodes occur at fixed ends. Therefore the first harmonic will occur when there is a node at each end and the longest possible wavelength that satisfies this condition is λ=2L (you get half a wavelength on the wire). So λ=2*0.95=λ=1.90m. If v=1068m/s and λ=1.90 then by the wave equation v=fλ f=v/λ=1068/1.90=562.1 Hz. So that is the first harmonic. The second harmonic has twice the frequency of the first; the third harmonic has three times the frequency of the first. The second harmonic will therefore occur at 562.1*2=1124 Hz and the third at 562.1*3=1686 Hz. Because your data was given to 3sf you need to round your answer to 3sf: 1st harmonic: 562 Hz 2nd harmonic: 1120 Hz 3rd harmonic: 1680 Hz
Q:Whats the difference between 8 gauge wire?
properly, there are transformations in conductivity in wires of a similar gauge, based upon the fabric of which the twine is made and no count if or no longer it quite is multi-strand or good middle. That sounds like an quite huge hollow even even with the shown fact that. To account for that lots variance i could almost ought to think of the decrease one is aluminum or some very decrease priced copper alloy. 8 gauge is distinctly thick twine, after all.
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:on a 2003 Ford Crown Vic. Which wire coming from the brake light switch is the hot wire, the top or bottom?
both wires are green because it is a continuation of the same circuit. They are both the hot. power comet to the switch and when you depress the pedal the contact in the swich makes and the power continues to the brake lights in a sense hooking the two wires to each other. and making them one. But only one of them will show power (from the battery) until the pedal is depressed. Then both of them will have power as the brake lights come on (if everything is working properly)
Q:Exit Sign Wiring help please?
First off, Aurthur A's answer is composed of several NEC violations; he may be going to electrical hell, if he doesn't shape up. Second, you did not say if this is a required exit sign. If it is, then you will need a licensed electrical contractor to install it; as most jurisdictions will not allow work in anything but the owner's principle dwelling to be done by unlicensed personel.

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