PHOSPHATED STEEL WIRE FOR REDRAWING

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1、RAW MATERIAL:
     60#,70#,72A,80#,82A
2、PACKING:
      WOOD SPOOL , steel spool , Z2
3、MECHANIC
DIA. (mm)
TENSILESTRENGTH
(MPa)
Elongation Strain
(%)
1.6-4.0
900-1350
7

1、QUALITY
   Company standard :
      phosphate coating : online phosphating :≥0.8g/㎡
      offline phosphating:≥01.5g/ m2
2、 RAW MATERIAL                        
      60#,70#,72A,80#,82A        
3、 PACKING
      wooden spool , steel spool , Z2              
4、 MECHANIC
Size (mm)
TENSILESTRENGTH (MPa)
>0.60-0.70
1670
1770
1870
>0.70-1.00
1570
1670
1770
>1.00-2.00
1470
1570
1670
>2.00-2.50
1370
1470
1570
>2.50-3.00
1370
1470
1570


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Q:wiring a new thermostat?
This is an educated guess, even though we don't know how the furnace is wired. In many cases, the blue wire is used for C (common). Tape off or snip off the end of the blue wire and don't use it. Put the red wire on the RC terminal. Jump RC to R or RH if you have heat. Connect the other wires to their corresponding terminals. If blue is common, there's a good chance you blew the fuse on the control board (if your air handler has one) and/or you fried the transformer. That is, if you tried turning on the A/C.
Q:Which wire goes with which wire on the other side? (Foto)?
I'm not sure of your electrical system over there (except that it's 50HZ) The green/yellow wire is probably the ground (see which one is screwed into the frame of the oven to be sure) the other two shouldn't matter because it's probably a 240V unit, right?
Q:Wiring 3 prong dryer outlet and have 4 wires in box?
Dryer Plug Wiring
Q:thermostat c wire???
The C is the 24 volt common. You will need an extra wire in the bundle from the stat to the furnace. You should have a C terminal in the furnace on the terminal strip. Look on the circuit board on the furnace low voltage board. If you have the extra wire, hook it up on both ends.
Q:wiring / ohms / amp help?
myself I even have 2 - jl w6's under pressure to 3 ohms. under pressure to a fosgate 4 channel amp, the two channels bridged and the amp sees a million/2 ohm after bridging and the amp works positive with the best points set at 0 i are not getting the suitable overall performance this type and would desire to cord to 6 ohms. and bridge to 3 ohms and this would be greater suitable yet have not tried it yet will interior the destiny. shop this set up if it sounds reliable yet seem interior the destiny to get an amp or subs that artwork at the same time.
Q:circuit wire resistance problem?
The resistance of the new wire is (in terms of its length, area resistivity); R2 = pL2/A2 And the resistance of the original wire is; R1 = pL1/A1 The ratio is;(resistivity will cancel because its the same for both situations) R2/R1 = L2A1/L1A2 given L2 = 3L1 R2/R1 = 3A1/A2 To find the new cross-sectional area ,require the volumes to be equal; L2A2 = L1A1 3L1A2 = L1A1 A2 = (1/3)A1 Sub this into the R2/R1 equation to get; R2/R1 = 9 R2 = 9R1 = (9)(21) = 189 ohms
Q:Are WIRES expensive? ........?
no. romex, household wiring, can be as little as $0.57/ft and i bett you don't really need 3 wire, 8 gauge romex for your project...
Q:Light fixture wiring?
The yellow and green wire is another ground wire. In a house in North America most systems are AC and there is NO positive or negative conductor. The conductors are a ground/bare, white/neutral and any color is a hot wire. The green or yellow green are the exception to the color codes. I suggest you get a book on basic house wiring before you attempt anything besides basic replacement of devices.
Q:How do I wire parallel connections?
You can do this a number of ways. All of the postive terminals must be connected in some way and all of the commons must be connected in some way. This doesn't mean you have to connect each positive to every other postive, and likewise for the common. You have a few options: You can solder two wires to the positive terminal of the battery and run one wire to each load (device). You can solder one wire to the positive terminal of the battery, run this wire to the first load (device), solder another wire to the first load (device), connect this wire to the second load(device). You can solder one wire to the positive terminal to the battery, run this wire to the second load, solder an additional wire to the second load, and run the second wire to the first load. In industry, power wires are typically jumped from one device to the next to delivery power to each device that needs it. Basically, your power needs to go to each one. How you connect them is up to you.
Q:can plug in wall lights be hard wired?
Check with your local building code department. The 16 gauge wire used for those lights is not meant to be run through walls. Other than that, they should work fine. Be sure they're on a suitable breaker and are grounded.

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