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PVC coated iron wire offers excellent corrision resistance and anti-aging property and longer service life compare with common galvanized iron wire. Different colors available for customers choice s another benefit of PVC coated wire.


PVC coated wire
Wire DiameterBWG10-24  0.5MM-3.5MM
Tensile strength30-70kg/mm2
Elongation Rate10%-25%
Packing0.1-800kg/coil,plastic inside and hassian outside/ weave outside
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HS Code7217200000 Wire of Iron or Non-alloy Steel
PaymentL/C or T/T
LoadingTianjin port
OriginChina
Minimum Order20 Ton


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Q:where to buy replacement contactor wire?
You shouldn't need to replace the wires, only splice them back together, color to like color. If you decide to replace them, they are 18 gauge. Depending on the unit that you have, there may be 2, 3, 5, 7, or 9 wires. Install the wire in 3/8 flex to prevent a repeat. Lowes and Home Depot will sell you the wire by the lenght you need. Ask for jacketed wire.
Q:Are two wires of the same material but different in thickness and length? Are their young's modulus of elasticity the same?
The elastic modulus is the inherent property of the material and, once the material is determined, the modulus of elasticity has been determined, irrespective of shape
Q:installing a ceiling fan wiring?
connect the fan black wire and the fan blue wire to the house black wire. then connect the white fan wire to the white house wire. connect the short green wire from the fan and fan bracket to the copper wire. the blue is the power wire to the light on the fan. Good luck...
Q:what is the final wire for braces?
I had braces for two years, and i have never heard of this term. But the thickness of wires depends on what force you need applied at a particular time. The last wire i had was the thickest, to ''cement'' my teeth, so they would not move anymore. It was left in for 2 months while my teeth adjusted to their final places. SO i believe it is for the last treatment before removal. Hope that helped. :D
Q:wiring a garage?
Lots of wrong answers. Don't take electrical advise from untrained and unqualified people. Is the wire overhead or direct buried? Either way, there are underground rated, direct burial, splice kits made that will splice the wires without the need for a box. They are a set screw terminal aluminum tube with 2 pieces of heat shrink tubing. Buy them at a electrical supply warehouse. One for each conductor. Tell them what you are doing so you get the correct ones. They must be rated for wet locations. So must your wire. I assume you are using a XHHW type wire for direct burial or a THWN for inside buried conduit? Your number 3 copper wire is large enough for 100 amps with no problem at 100 feet. Article 310.16 for the rest of you. You will need to drive a ground rod at the garage and connect it with a number 6 copper wire, and bond the neutral and ground together in the panel the same as in your house. You will need to do this before January 1st when the new national electric code takes effect. In the 2008 code you will need to run a 4 wire feeder to the sub panel in the garage. Your installation will comply with the 2005 National Code. State and local codes may vary. If you need more help, email me.
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:On what actually does ampere depends thickness of wire or number of turns of wire or what else? Electrical?
Your okorder.com/... and get ohms/1000 ft for the size of wire you select. Also check fusing current while you are there. Eg, #30 has 105 ohms/1000'. So if you have 10' of wire, it's resistance would be 105/100 = 1.05 ohms. Once you have the resistance, use ohms law and the voltage applied to calculate current. For 12 volts, I = 12/1.05 or 11 amps. Fusing current is 10 amps (which is in the open, not in a coil) so you need more length or thicker wire. For AC, and coils, you need more complicated calculations.
Q:where can i buy a ribbon wire?
Electronic parts stores carry ribbon wires, but there are many different kinds of ribbon wires, and they would have to look at the wires in the dvd player to know what kind you need. The biggest problem with the wires is connecting them to the circuit boards. An electronics repair shop might have a piece of ribbon wire they can adapt to fit your player. .
Q:trailer wiring what the 7 wires for?
Prepare for accurate and confusing information. The center pin on a 7 pin plug is generally used for backup lights (black wire) if you have them wired in. Being that you have a 6 pin plug you probably don't so you will disregard the center pole. This is the order of color starting from the ground pole (white wire). The ground pole should be the one next to the slot in the body of the plug that lines it up with the plug housing when you put it all together. White (ground), Yellow (L turn), Brown (tail lights), Red (battery charge wire), Green (R turn), Blue (trailer brakes). If you don't have trailer brakes, disregard that pole. The brake lights work through the turn signals, if they are wired separately, it is wrong. Starting at the ground pole next to the slot in the plug, the order of colors goes around the plug in the direction away from the slot, you will end with the blue wire on the other side of the slot next to the white wire. It's very confusing to explain and when you read the colors on the plug compared to what I have told you, you will definately scratch your head. This is the (U.S.) national standard for all trailer wiring, unfortunalely, not all manufacturers adhere to this thus causing confusion for people such as yourself. I cannot even begin to guess how many trailers I have wired and how many tow packages I have installed on cars and trucks. I wish there was an easier way to explain it but the only other option is a diagram which answers does not support. Worse comes to worse and you don't like any of the other answers you get, e-mail me and I will mail you a diagram or maybe even a picture if I can come up with one.
Q:how to test for hot wire.?
you are in a older home where there was no black wire. you that your tester ,and put one end to the gound then that the other end to the other wire one at a time to see if is hot . one will and the ohrer not. if you have a switch then trun it . and off to make sure it work those wire . some old light had pall chains to trun the light on.

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