Black Annealed Tie Wire/ Binding Wire Good Quality Lower Price

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1. Structure of Black Annealed Iron Wire Description:
Black Annealed Iron usually comes in the form of coil wire or cut wire, and is used in construction or daily use as binding material, or material for weaving wire mesh.It is very useful and inexpensive, practical for construction.Anneal is to low the tensile strength of wire. The stove is solid and built with red bricks. The architecture of anneal stove is cuboid. Different thickness of wire require different temperature. Range is from 700°C to 900°C. Output of the anneal stove, the tensile strength is 400N~600N. Standard coil  10kg,25kg,50kg and so on .we can coiled with customer’s order.

Black Annealed Iron Wire widely used in weaving wire mesh, binding wire ,loop wire and cut wire,etc.Black annealed wire is mainly used in buiding and construction as binding wire, tie wire and baling wire; also can be make for wire mesh.


2. Main Features of Black Annealed Iron Wire:

1). Material: high quality low carbon steel wire Q 195,Q235

2). Diameter: BWG35-BWG6(0.2mm-5.0mm)

3). Weight: 0.1-800kg/coil  

4). Tensile strength: 35-70kg/mm2

5). Elongation rate: 10%-25%

6). Usege: Mostly used in construction and daily use as binding wire,tie wire and baling wire.Twisted wire is widely exported to Israel,Turkey and Brazil.

 

3. Black Annealed Iron Wire Images

Black Annealed Tie Wire/ Binding Wire Good Quality Lower Price

Black Annealed Tie Wire/ Binding Wire Good Quality Lower Price


4.Black Annealed Iron Wire Specification

Black Annealed Wire

Wire Gauge

SWG(mm)

BWG(mm)

Metric(mm)

8#

4.06

4.19

4.00

9#

3.66

3.76

-

10#

3.25

3.40

3.50

11#

2.95

3.05

3.00

12#

2.64

2.77

2.80

13#

2.34

2.41

2.50

14#

2.03

2.11

-

15#

1.83

1.83

1.80

16#

1.63

1.65

1.65

17#

1.42

1.47

1.40

18#

1.22

1.25

1.20

19#

1.02

1.07

1.00

20#

0.91

0.89

0.90

21#

0.81

0.813

0.80

22#

0.71

0.711

0.70

                                           

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We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely

①How about your black annealed wire?

Our company isa professional manufacturer and exporter of metal products. We have  20 years of production experience and our product category has expanded to galvanized wire, black annealed wire, welded wire mesh, welding rod, hexagonal wire netting, chain link fence, barbed wire, stainless steel wire, dutch wire mesh, perforated metal mesh, loop wire, etc

②What is the Produce process?

Mechanical scaling --Dry drawing -- First anneanlled -- Wet drawing  -- Take up Or Spooling -- Packing -- Storage --Shipping

③Can We get Samples?

Yes, we will offer you some free sample for your test. Welcome to inquiry.


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Q:How to splice into a wire?
They make a part which wraps around the old wire clamps together with a connection for the new wire you want to add. See an auto part store.
Q:Voltage across a wire..!?
You are right.
Q:lighting/wiring issue?
You would need an additional run of 2/14 wire ( 14 gauge wire , black, white and ground ) to go from the switch box to one of the fixtures for this to work. All of the bare grounds in the switch box would be joined with one going to the ground terminal on the switch. All of the common ( white ) wires in the switch box would be joined with a wire nut. The black wire supplying power to the switch would go on the side with the single terminal. One of the black wires to one light would go on one of the terminals on the other side. The new black wire would go on the other terminal on that same side.
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.
Q:Wiring thermostat - new one has less wires?
The black wire should be for ground. You and try to connect it without the black first to see if everything works ok, if it does tape off the black and tape it to the other wires. If not look at your UPM diagram and see which port is for ground and it should hook up with that wire. But I would double check with the heat pump wiring diagram to see what that black goes to and verify that wire with a multimeter.
Q:What do these wires do on my 2005 impala?
2005 Chevrolet Impala Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram Car Radio Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger: White Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Front Speakers Size: N/A Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green Rear Speakers Size: N/A Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue
Q:Need some wiring help?
It depends on how they ran the power to the switch. In a standard circuit, white is the neutral. In the switch leg, where you are working, there is no neutral. They can use any wires for a switch except green. You had seen black and white because those are the colors in a 2 conductor Romex cable. This may be a 3 conductor which has red, white, and black. In any case, each of the 2 loose wires go on one of the the brass screws of the switch, and the ground if there is one goes on the green. Some electricians will tape the white wire if it's used in a switch leg to indicate that it's not a neutral. Hope this helps.
Q:old electrical wiring?
You'll need a multi-meter to test which wire is neutral and which is hot. Technically you don't need to use the ground wire (green), but it would be a good idea for safety to run one from the box to the nearest ground (copper cold water pipe or the fuse panel). Sounds like your fixture has two light sockets? If so, you probably connect the 2 blue wires to the hot wire and the two white to neutral.
Q:wiring ceiling fan in older home thats been re-wired have four wires,red,black,white,green what do we connect?
Get a volt meter and test between the white wire (place probe on white wire) and the red and black wire and see if you have power to either or both if both just chose either black or red and cap the other off, or see if one of the colors is attached to a switch,that should connect to a light kit if you have one, the connection should be between the white and one of the colors the green is the ground and gets attached to the ground wire on the fan.
Q:Which guage power wire...?
Run the 1 guage from the battery to the dist block then 4 gauge to the cap and 8 guage to the amp(s)

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