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1. Type: hot dipped galvanized wire, electro galvanized wire or bright wire
2. Diameter: 0.10---4.00mm or other wire gauge
3. Tensile strength: 500N/mm2---2200N/mm2 or other
4. Different zinc coating as per your requirement
5. Finished products: stitching wire, wooden case wire , brush wire , net-weaving wire , handle wire , and wire for cleaning ball.
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- Q:is aluminum wiring safe?
- Aluminum oxide is a real problem with smaller diameter wires. Numbers 12 thru 16 AWG (American Wire Gauge). Copper oxide is a better conductor of electricity than the copper wire. Not so with aluminum oxide (a white powder) this causes resistance where the aluminum wire is exposed to air or moisture. As the resistance becomes higher and higher in the exposed connections the more the wire heats up and expands, then when it cools back to the original size the connection becomes loose. There is no good solution to this problem. I suggest that you have your home rewired if you plan to stay there. If your renting find another home soon. Aluminum wire has been outlawed for many,many years now, the only instance I saw of it was in a trailer home. The disabled lady who unfortunately lived there was terrified of ANOTHER FIRE starting soon. SO...Be Wise...Be Safe...John
- Q:Question Regarding Spark Plug Wires?
- The wires the same except for the length, and the fact you have six and only need four. If you can find four that match the length of your old wires, they will work fine. You can also ask if the shop where you bought the wires will allow you to return the set you have and purchase the correct set. The set you need probably costs less than the one you have.
- Q:Wiring harness for 2004 Chevy Venture?
- You have to remove the trim plate on the front which involves a few other trim panels like the center trim piece to be removed. Then you can access the IPC screws
- Q:simple subwoofer wiring question?
- Wire is just wire. It alone does not know positive from negative. However, some great problems could lie below the surface. It really depends on what is on the other end of the wire. There may be some problems associated with not following a good wiring practice such as: Creating a short circuit and blowing the amp Putting one of the two speakers out of polarity with the other resulting in lower or no acoustical output. The best practice is to ALWAYS relate the positive or PLUS terminal with the wire with the same designation with the speaker terminal. That way, if you have to do any trouble shooting, you can trace is back and know without a doubt what is connected to what.
- Q:Martial Arts that uses wires...?
- Wires are used in the filming of MA movies.
- Q:Does burnt wire still let electricity flow?
- It would help to know exactly what you're trying to do here. Like Gary said, I'm not sure what you mean by inside those wires they have insulation. I'm trying to guess what you're trying to do here and you say you need to connect some wires. Are you trying to connect two sets of insulated wires together? If so, I'm guessing that you needed to strip the insulation off of the ends of the wires to expose the conductors and connect together? If that's the case, usually we use a wire stripper or a small razor blade to cut the insulator around the wire and then pull off the sheath, leaving clean wire underneath. Burning the insulation off is not going to make copper wire not work (if you oxidized the copper, you'd have to heat it way hotter than a typical flame, and it would not be metal any more--it would be crispy). So if you still have flexible metal left over after burning off the insulation, then you still have a conductor. The problem, and the reason why we don't usually burn off insulation is that you're going to end up with a bunch of burnt up goo and oxides on the surface of your wire which will make it not connect well with another wire surface to surface. You can probably solve this problem by lightly sanding or scratching the burnt parts of the wires. Or just cut off the burnt part and try stripping it with a blade instead. Then make sure to insulate your connection with electrical tape or something so that you don't have bare wires that can touch each other and short out. If you're trying to do something different, please explain more. In general, though, you're not going to ruin copper by burning it, but you will tend to coat the outside of the wire with stuff that doesn't insulate well. You want shiny copper when you are connecting two pieces together.
- Q:Dimmer switch w/ 3 wires and only 2 wall wires?
- The green is your ground. You can just attach it to one of the screws or the metal mounting bracket. Your hot wires are black. Good luck!!
- Q:Residental Vs Commercial Electric Wiring?
- Commercial Electrical Wiring
- Q:two switch wiring for ceiling fan?
- I have hooked up ceiling fans and your question is common. Did the fan come with intructions, does the fan have a light attached. Find the correct breaker and turn it off. First hang the fan where you can assemble the wires together. Black wire to black wire. One white from the ceiling to one white. The bare wires one of these wires grounds to either the metal box you attached the fan to or to one of the srcews. Keep the wires from touching. Maybe the green to the grey. I hate to tell you to guess from here. all you can do is trip the breaker if not correct,
- Q:Two wires from switch and two wires from the wall. Want to mount wall light. How?
- I think that 'ed' has given you good advice, if you know *nothing* about electrical wiring inside of the average home and about how two-way switching is wired. The two-way switch is designed for two wall switches at different locations from a common light or other electrical appliance to be able to turn the common appliance 'on' or 'off' independently from each other. If you have one of the boxes that a new two-way switch came in, it should show you, with usual wiring installed under the modern U.S. standard electrical code, which colored wires should be attached to which terminal connections at the INDIVIDUAL, separate switches. Ordinarilary the color coding for electrical wiring in the modern residence is 'white' is for the common 'ground'; 'black' is a 'hot - 115/120 volt-to-ground' wire; and the red should be a loop wire to the common appliance. When one of the wall switches is in the 'on' (up) position, and the other wall switch is in the 'off' (down) position, electrical power is furnished to the appliance. Changing the position of either of the wall switches, cuts off the power to the appliance. And changing the position of either ONE of the switches will supply power again. If you've done any wiring before, you should be able to figure it out, but follow what 'ed' suggested if you can, just to be sure.
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