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Products are widely used in construction, handicrafts, silk screen preparation, making galvanized huangtongwang, plastering, highway fence, packaging products and daily civil, and other fields.
It uses the high quality low carbon steel wire rod processing and become, galvanized iron wire and hot dip galvanized wire and cold galvanized wire, galvanized wire) is uses the high quality low carbon steel, after drawing molding, acid pickling, annealing, hot dip galvanized. Cooling process processing.
Galvanized iron wire characteristics: Galvanized iron wire with good toughness and elasticity, the highest zinc content can reach 300 grams / square meter. It has the characteristics of strong zinc coating, corrosion resistance, etc.
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- Q:wiring ceiling fan / light fixture - old house?
- Most fans have a wiring schematic and this will tell you how to wire it. Normally black is the power, green is a ground, which you don't have, and as for the red wires I'm not sure. Is this a new fan or one that has been used before. In the USA we have a white wire which is a neutral. I'm puzzled about the two red wires, these may have been added at a later date. If your in a country that has 240 volts then this may be an explanation. Regards, Dale
- Q:question about tension in wires?
- The length of the wire is inconsequential unless you're calculating stretch. The tensile force in the upper wire is simply: Fu = 6 + 10 = 16 kg The tensile force in the lower wire is simply: Fl = 10 kg If you want tensile stress, then you need the wire's cross-sectional area.
- Q:2nd phone line with no black wire?
- the wire you have is designed for 1 line only. Back in the day the yellow wire was used to carry ground because ground was necessary for old circuits. Ground is no longer needed so in order to get two lines you need at least a two pair wire (meaning four wires) you might have to run a new wire unfortunately or just keep that one and run another to separate jack.
- Q:do you have cb mic wiring codes?
- I love wiring questions :) do you want to use the PTT? If yes you can assume it is a switch and solder it inline with the lead the other end (after the switch would be connected to the lead end of the 1/4 if you have a pigtail 1/4 then this would be the insulated wire, the ground would simply connect to the uninsulated wire if you are actually using a do it yourself 1/4 plug then the same rules apply only you are soldering to the terminal inside the plug sleeve rather then to bare wires (I always prefer this its cleaner). Please Note: The PTT switch will cause a loud pop when it is engaged and released on a Hi Gain guitar amp and sometimes this can damage the speakers as well as delicate internal components so do this of coarse at your own risk.
- Q:Some wire connects from a pole to point on the ground at an angle of depression of 80º. On the ground, the?
- Wire length = 4.5' / cos 80 degrees = 25.91 feet Distance up the pole to where the wire is connected = 4.5' (tan 80 degrees) = 25.52 feet
- Q:Where can I get wires to connect to commercial solar cells to get the energy ?
- Visit Gem Energy Australia to get wires
- Q:How to wire 2 12 Kicker CVR 4ohm?
- Kicker Cvr 4 Ohm Wiring
- Q:How do you solder wires together?
- really pretty simple.you can buy a cheap soldering iron for about eight bucks at walmart that comes with solder.plug the iron in and let it heat for about four to five minutes.while waiting on it to heat up twist the wires together.once the iron is hot put it on the wires and heat them for about thirty seconds.once they are hot put the solder on the wires and it will start to melt .use they iron to spread the solder over wires.it will be bonded and your ready to go.
- Q:A question about wired routers?
- Most if not all wireless routers also work wired! Nearly all of them have at least four wired ports. The access point is the wireless connector, it just connects wireless capable machines to the exact same point within the router as the wired plugs do. A Wired router does not have the internal access point. With a wired router you can add wireless ability by simply adding an access point to them. The AP (access points) cost about as much as a full wireless router so you don't see them used very often but they are available. All the wireless does is eliminate the need for a local cable. Really that's all it does. Any computer connected to a router is connected to the router, wired or wireless makes no difference, although as a general statement the wired machines will be faster! So yes wired and wireless routers do exactly the same thing, they route local traffic for several machines to one broadband connection.
- Q:Can I just use wire nuts to join these wires?
- Sure thing. Wire nuts work fine. I've used them a bunch on my project cars. However, if you want a connection that won't be affected by water (rain and/or humidity) and a connection that is permanent (won't come loose) use automotive crimp type connectors covered with heat shrink tubing or liquid electrical tape.
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