1. Product Description:
A. Stable arc, low splashing, high deposited effeciency, beautiful seam, suitable for all position;
B. Raw Material: QingDao Steel Mill;
C. The nearest port: QingDao Port;
D. Delivery Time: 7-15 days after your confirmed order;
E.OEM strictly according to customer's package design requirement;
F. MOQ: 5 Metric Ton.
2. Product Characteristic:
1 Flux cored wire for gas shielded arc hardfacing wire.
2 Deposit metal is martensite alloy carbid which results in high hardness, excellent wear resistance.
3. Excellent welding process properties, less spatters
4. Suitable for all position welding work
5. Smooth steady feeding, fast melting rate
3. Product Specification
Standard and steel grade
Welding wire chemical composition(%)
CO2 Flow Rate(L/min)
Applicable for weld ship building steel and equivalent mild steel or 550Mpa grade mild alloy steel, such as vehicles, bridge-engineering, machine-engineering, steel structures, ship manufacture and trade container making for semi-auto or automatic gas shielded welding
- Q:Electron flow in a conducting wire.?
- Well, the wire is connected to a voltage source. When they leave the positive terminal, they go through the wire, then get to the negative terminal. They then flow through the voltage source and back into the wire.
- Q:Wiring new appliance to copper wiring in house?
- You might find a holy war of electricians on this topic but to simplify. It is not safe to connect copper to aluminum wiring when the aluminum is SOLID core. Many new fixtures come with a silver colored wiring that is STRANDED and these are connected to copper wires as general practice without any problems.
- Q:How to wire a marine stereo?
- U JUST RUN THE HOT(RED) WIRE TO THE BATTERY. U ALSO MIGHT HAVE TO HOOK UP THE MEMORY WIRE(YELLOW WIRE) AND THE REMOTE ( SOLID BLUE) WIRE TO THE POSITIVE TERMINAL OF THE BATTERY AS WELL BEACAUSE SOME RADIOS WONT TURN ON WITHOUT THESE WIRES COONECTED. THE WHITE AND GREY WIRES ARE THE FRONT AND THE GREEN AND PURPLE ARE THE BACK SPEAKERS. YOU SHOULD GET THE WIRING HARNESS FOR THE WIRING IF ITS GOING IN A CAR LIKE A JEEP THEN ALL U GOTTA DO IS MATCH THE COLORS UP ITS EASY . BUT STRAIGHT TO A BATTERY DO IT THAT WAY JUST MAKE SURE U HAVE A GOOD GROUND.
- Q:2001 honda civic oxygen sensor wiring?
- Keep in mind the sensor has a signal wire, a ground wire and a heater wire (or wires). Good luck!
- Q:Wiring parallel parallel subwoofers?
- First off, your 4 awg wire will work for powering your amp but its right on the edge, I would go with 1/0 if your amp terminals will accept that gauge. Second, you don't have to make all those connections with one speaker wire, that diagram is simply showing you the current path. If you want a really simple way to do this, cut three strips of speaker wire and strip the ends about 3/8 of an inch. stick one end of each positive wire into one of the positive terminals on any voice coil. now run one wire to the + amp terminal, one wire to the other + voice coil on the same sub, and one wire to either of the + voice coil terminals on the other sub. now strip a fourth wire and connect the two + terminals on the second sub. repeat the same procedure for the - terminals. I reccomend using 14 or 16 gauge speaker wire for this. Good luck
- Q:Connecting speaker wire?
- Don't quite understand what you are trying to do. Speakers only require 2 wire for connection a positive and negative (usually in red and white or black). Receivers only have 2 wires per speakers a positive and a negative (usually in red and white or black). Your cable has four wires in red, white, black and green, you use only two wires per speaker in either combination of colors. This cable is designed to have 2 set of speakers, the left and right.
- Q:What gauge wire should be used in car wiring?
- For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/awrkt Just the head unit itself? 18 gauge is usually plenty for the typical 50x4 watt stereos. MAKE SURE there is a fuse in that wire, though! (closest to the battery is best) so you don't have a fire if it shorts out!!! Amps will need heavier wire.
- Q:Residental Vs Commercial Electric Wiring?
- Higher voltages, more complex control systems and equipment, three phase rather than single phase power and wiring, most wiring in conduit rather than just jacketed cables, different types of lighting, different building codes, load calculations and safety standards. There are way too many differences to list here. That's like asking how a jet airplane is different from a car. Can't be answered simply. It requires special training -- I did my apprenticeship in commercial and industrial electrical work and it is far different from residential wiring.
- Q:i need to know which wire is my ignition wire on a 94 chevy suburban can someone help?
- I have wired up alot of amps and the remote wire on the amp should be connected to the power antenna/amp turn on wire on the stereo head unit. This allows the amp to only turn on when the stereo is on. If you are connecting an amp to a factory stereo,I see why you would need to find an ignition wire. You need to probe the fuse panel with a 12 volt test light to find a circuit that only comes on with the key. Usually there is a spare accessory fuse location just for this. Buy a fuse tap or specialty fuse from a auto parts store to connect your remote wire to. There is very little current draw to turn on the amp,so almost any circuit on the fuse panel will work if it is only on with the key.
- Q:How should i wire my subs?
- usually all sub wiring is the same, youll have the rca cables and antenna wire comming from the radio to the amp, power and ground wire going from amp to battery and ground, and than should have 2 wires coming off each sub to the amp, im guessing thatd be parallel, if you wire in series, so like use 2 wires and splice off to each sub, so 2 wires off the amp powering each sub you would up the ohms and put a too much of a load on the amp, people only wire in series when they have too many subs and not enough outlets on the amp, good luck
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