Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire

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1.Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire Description

Galvanized Iron Wire has the characteristics of thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc. 

Galvanized Iron Wire mainly used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving. Galvanized iron wire according to manufacturing technique, it includes hot-dipped galvanized iron wire and electro galvanized iron wire. Mainly telecommunication equipment and materials, medical equipment and device, weaving of wire mesh, steel rope, and filtration mesh, high-pressure pipe, construction, arts and crafts.

2.Main Features of Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire

• Use widely

• Corrosion- resistant

• Durable 

• Practical use

• Beauty Surface

• Versatile


3. Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire Images

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4.Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire Specification

Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire


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


How about your Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire

One of the most biggest manufacturer & supplier of wires and wire meshis a large-scale professional Galvanized Iron Wire factory in China. Annually more than 10000 tons wires and wire mesh are exported to markets all over the world. Different kinds of wires and mesh are available according to customer’s requirements. 


What is your Technical Information of Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire ?

1).Material: super carbon steel

2).Processing by drawing, hot-dip zinc-plating

3).Standard wire gauge from 8# to 24#

4).Thick zinc-coating layer

5).Super in corrosion resistance

6).Firm coating layer

7).Custom size available


How long can we receive the product after payment?

In the purchase of Electro Galvanised Iron Wire 0.1mm to 7mm Electro Galvanized Binding Wire within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pacific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 15 to 20 working days can be served.


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Q:Determine the resistivity of the wire.?
Resistance of a wire in Ω R = ρL/A ρ is resistivity of the material in Ω-m L is length in meters A is cross-sectional area in m² A = πr², r is radius of wire in m Use current and voltage to determine resistance. Plug that into the above and solve for ρ. Be sure to change numbers into meters.
Q:I am installing a GFCI and the box has a red wire...what is it for?
It sounds like that receptacle was half switched. Receptacles are designed to have the small brass tab on the black side snap off and one half is constantly alive (black wire)and the other side is connected to a wall switch (red wire). Is this in a room with no ceiling light? Switched outlets are usually for a lamp to turn on as you enter the room. GFCI outlets are not designed to be switched on and off as both sides will go off. Is this room in a basement, kitchen, bathroom or near water pipes? You may not be required to have it GFCI protected. If you can and want a GFCI then try another outlet near by.
Q:how do I identify the neutral wire?
You can test it with a voltmeter to something that is grounded like a metal water pipe. One wire will have 115 to 120 volts to ground (the hot wire) and the other will be 0 volts (the neutral). You may need one long piece of wire to reach from the water line to where you are testing the wires. Another way is to use a non-contact voltage tester. It will glow when it is next to the hot wire but not when it is next to the neutral. You can get them at a building supply or hardware store for about $10. I prefer the first method because it is more sure but the second one is easier. There is no positive or negative on AC wiring.
Q:How to wire a thermostat to a 220 volt baseboard heater?
Baseboard Heater Thermostat Wiring
Q:how to wire an emergency residential boiler switch?
Hello there George, It has become common over the past few years that non-residential boilers are wired with EPO (emergency, power off) switches just outside each door to the boiler room. This is similar to having fire alarm pull boxes by the exits. I do not know of any jurisdiction that requires it for a residence. On occassion I've seen the 24 volt circuit for the thermostat being switched, which is a bit sketchy. Normally the 120 volt circuit for the controller is switched. The switches used are of the pushbutton type.
Q:Tension in both wires?
The tension in both wires.? If you hang a pot-plant with mass of 8kg from two lengths of wire attached to a horizontal beam 100cm apart. The wire on the left has a length of 50cm and the wire on the right has a length of 75cm. What is the tension in both wires? In the triangle ABC, AB(c) = 100 cm, BC (a) = 50 cm and AC (b) = 75 cm 2s = a+b+c = 225 cm s = 112.5 s-a = 112.5 - 50 = 62.5 s-b = 112.5 - 75 = 37.5 s-c = 112.5 - 100 = 12.5 tan A/2 = √ {(s-b)*(s-c) / [s*(s-a)] = √ {37.5*12.5) / [112.5*62.5] A = 28.95º tan B/2 = √ {(s-c)*(s-a) / [s*(s-b)] = √ {12.5*62.5) / [112.5*37.5] B = 46.57º C = 180-28.95-46.57 =104.48º --------------------------------------... 46.57º is the angle between horizontal and 50 cm wire. 28.95 is he angle between horizontal and 100 cm P is the tension in the 50 cm wire and Q is the tension in the 75 cm wire Equating the horizontal components of the tensions P cos 46.57º = Q cos 28.95 º P = Q cos 28.95 º/ cos 46.57º P = 1.27 Q-------------------1 Equating the sum of the vertical components of the tensions to the weight of the pot P sin 46.57º + Q sin 28.95 = 8*9.8 N 0.73P + 0.48 Q = 78.4N 0.73(1.27 Q) + 0.48 Q = 78.4N Q = 55.72 N and P = 70.76 N ============================= Or use Lamis theorm Angle between P and Q = 104.48º Angle between P and the pot = 90 + 46.57º Angle between Q and the pot = 90 + 28.95 By Lamis theorm P/ cos 46.57º = 78.4/ sin 104.48º P = 55.67 N and Q = (78.4/ sin 104.48º ) cos28.95 = 70.85N ====================================
Q:Ford Superduty cab lights wiring?
if a 2 wire loom, black is ground and green would be park lamps. get a test light, ground one end and stab wires until you find the live wire that lites the test lite. park lamp switch must be on when testing. head lamp switch 1 click out.
Q:Question about 1-wire alternator.?
the three wires are prolly alternator turn on one wire for the guage and one random maybe ground or something what you need to do is look at the instructions that came with the 1 wire alternator to see if it needs a turn on lead if so you can check the three wires you have with a meter to see which wires put out twelve volts when the ignition is on this is a turn on/ignition lead then youll wanna find the lead that goes to the guage on the dash and make sure it gets twelve volts so the guage reads the other can be capped off
Q:Bonsai trunk able to grow while it is wired?
Wire it, let it grow a bit. Then, as necessary, undo the wire, then rewire it to fit the new size. An alternative is to append weights, or tie strings to other objects or parts of the plant instead of wiring a whole branch.
Q:why we use 19 wires for AWG wire ? why we cant use 10 wire ?
The geometry required to make a stranded circular cable, dictates the use of 7, 13, 19, etc strands. Your question is clear, and the practical reason for using 19 strands in some stranded cables is equally clear. Large cables have to be stranded, so that they can be wound on cable drums for transportation, or installed on-site with bends. Solid cables would not easily allow this. Seven strands can be used for smaller cables. SINGLE core stranded as well as solid core cables use less insulation and take-up less space when circular. So the question is, what is the BEST way to arrange the strands to provide a circular shape? Start one central strand. Six more strands fit very well around the central strand. Total strands is now 7. Try this with seven coins about the same diameter. There is room to place six more strands (or coins) in each of the slight openings between the outer sides of the first six strands. This fitting in also locks the shape of the bunch of strands. Total strands is now 13. Six new, but larger gaps appear between the outers of the last laid six strands. Filling these gaps with the final six strands, results in a shape which is a cross between a circle and a hexagon. Total strands is now 19. Cords can be used as a filler to make the bundle more circular in shape. Only 7, 13, 19, etc strands will give this near circular shape. 14,15,16, 17,18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,......strands will NOT give a near circular shape to a cable. Try it with, 19 similar diameter coins or washers or copy out 19 circles in CAD. As more 'circles' are added the fit gets worse. Both the shape and fit can be improved by using different diameter strands for part of the assembly. This is basic to all cables, electrical as well as mechanical.

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