Manufacture of cut black annealed tie wire

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1.Material:galvanized wire,PVC coated wire
2.Diameter:0.6mm-1.5mm
3.1000t/month
4.L/C,T/T
black wire

black wire

Materials:
Wire materials for straight & cut wire can be bright iron wire, annealed wire, electric galvanized wire, PVC coated iron wire and painted iron wire.

Production Processing:
Straight & cut wire is a kind of tie wire made of iron wire cutting to certain sizes after being straightened. Then we can cut this product into pieces of various lengths according to customer's requirement.

Applications:
Straight & cut wire is a kind of tie wire made with iron wire cutting to certain sizes after being straightened. Wire materials for straight cut wire can be bright iron wire, annealed wire, electric galvanized wire, PVC coated wire or painted iron wire. It is easy for transport and handle, finds popular application in construction, handicrafts or daily use. We also supply tie wire in coils and other forms.

Specifications of Straight & Cut Wire:

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Wire Diameter

Length

Mild Steel Tie Wire

0.6

According to customers requirements.

0.7

0.8

0.9 1.0

1.2 1.45

1.5



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Q:Is it dangerous to use commercial wiring for a residential light.?
that will be safe and it is OK ...not a problem ....
Q:Power wire ground wire and speaker wire please answerrrrr?
Power wire only has to be long enough to get from the battery to the amp with an inline fuse close to the battery. (within 18) Ground wire should be no longer than 2feet from the amp to chasis. 8 gauge is good but may be overkill for some speakers. If your speaker doesnt call for 8 gauge wire, then use a smaller gauge. If your speaker does need 8gauge wire, make sure the amp can accept this size
Q:3 phase wire size?
Well not quite: 1. The panelboard is 4 wire therefore the (3) in the description would be (4). The 4th wire is for the neutral and required if you are using the 277. Otherwise the panelboard is a 3 wire board and no 277 2. 600 kcmil copper with 75°C insulation is able to carry 420 A as long as the ambient temperature < 86°F (30°C) and are installed by themselves (not in a raceway/cable tray with other power conductors). If the conductors are aluminum, the temperature is hot, the installation has multiple conductors in the same raceway/cable tray, or the distance is of sufficient length resulting in unacceptable voltage drop, the cable must be derated -- read you must increase the size to 750 kcmil or increase the insulation rating to 90°C The ground conductor should be of sufficient size
Q:Is there an alternative to wiring nuts?
There are many different alternatives to wire nuts: split bolts, butt splices, push in wire connectors, terminal blocks, etc. Each has its own unique qualities with pros and cons. However, a properly installed wire nut is a very secure method for connecting wires.
Q:how do loose wires occur?
Loose wires just happen - from the way a cable is bent, moved, stored,wrapped, etc... I think (providing it doesn't happen right after you get the product) that it's pretty much normal wear and tear over time. You could try to repair it, but it would involve removing the cable sheath and re-attaching the loose wire which may need soldering. You're probably better off just buying a charger. In my experience, cables tend to last longer if you don't tightly wrap or twist them during storage; I generally just loosely fold them.
Q:Is the neutral wire of the mains electricity dangerous to touch?
The electricity supply mains has three wires. They are called Live, Neutral and Earth The Live wire is connected directly to the generators of the electricity supply company. NEVER touch this wire, it carries 230 Volts and can kill you!! The Neutral wire returns the electricity to the generator after it has passed through the appliance, to complete the circuit. The Neutral wire is at approximately zero volts but you must NEVER touch this wire either!! If the wiring is faulty it may be carrying the same electricity as the Live wire. The Earth wire usually carries no electricity, it is there as a safety device. If something in the appliance goes wrong, or it is wired incorrectly, then the Earth wire may be carrying the same electricity as the Live wire. To be completely safe, NEVER touch this wire either!!
Q:how do you measure an electrical wire?
The diameter of the conductor is generally going to be given in either gauge (AWG) or square millimeters. This is describing the size of the electrical conductor only, not including the outer insulation. Most wire specs will also include a measurement for O.D., which is outer diameter or overall diameter. This measurement will include all insulation and jacketing, and will be the total diameter of the cable. Stranded wires will be specified in terms of the overall gauge of the wire. For instance, a 22 AWG stranded wire might be marked as: 22 AWG (7x30) which means it's a 22 AWG stranded wire, made up of 7 strands of 30 AWG solid wire. See link below for more info, and conversions between AWG and square mm.
Q:Home Theater Speaker Wire?
Speaker wire is a big subject that prompts some very heated debates amongst the serious enthusiast crowd. Using CAT5 as speaker cable is usually motivated by either one of two thoughts: Saving money, or improving performance. I can see the point in saving money compared to say Hi-Fi speaker cables at $5/ft, but there are perfectly good OFC copper cables of decent gauge such as 79 strand that actually work out just as cheap. The other issue with cost saving is that not all CAT5e is created equal. A lot of the budget stuff from China is copper clad aluminium rather than pure copper. You'd never choose to run your speakers with aluminium cable, so why take the risk if using CAT5e? Performance is something different. That's very subjective. The reasoning why CAT5e is based on the high frequency performance of the cable. But in hi-fi world we need current delivery more than high frequency extension. My own view is that CAT5e sounds different enough to - buy not necessarily better than - basic OFC 79 strand for most listeners to hear the change fairly easily. Treble and to a lesser degree the bass gets accentuated at the expense of midrange. It's a bit like hitting the Loudness button. The sound has a bit more presence at the expense of naturalness. Personally I think the benefits are dubious and not worth the effort. Get a decent gauge OFC that's nice and flexible rather than some plaited network cable.
Q:Difference between chassis wiring and power transmission amperage?
Chassis wiring assumes each wire is routed separately, and power wiring assumes they are wired in a bundle. In chassis wiring the cooling of the conductors is better, because they are all exposed directly to air. In a bundle, some of the wires are not in direct contact withe the air.
Q:Why are some wires made up of many wires?
They are more flexible and even in the case of some of the small wires be broken, it still conducts electricity

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