Electro Galvanized Wire

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China (Mainland)
Cable,Binding Wire,Building Wire
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Galvanized Technique:
Electro Galvanized
Loop Tie Wire
Binding Wire,armouring wire for cable,binding wire,building wire
Wire Gauge:
Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire
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Weight of Coil:
1kg-100kg,if you need more big coil,we can do 500kg-800kg

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Packaging Detail:Spool or coil Packing weight decided by the requirements of customers. a layer of plastic film inside and a woven bag outside. 20-24tons/20'GP FCL
Delivery Detail:Depend on amount


Electro/Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire
wire diameter:0.20-5.2mm
zinc coating:12-300g/m2
tensile strength:350-550MPa

Galvanized iron wire

Electro Galvanized iron wire

Hot-dipped Galvanized iron wire



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Plastic inside and hessian woven/nylon woven outside

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Q:How do you TIGHTEN electrical WIRES?
Nuts hold wire eyelets on threaded stud shafts and you tighten the nut (not too tight). Plastic connectors with metal contact pins just need to be removed and reconnected to make a better connection. House wiring uses wire nuts that screw on to the twisted ends of the wires to be joined. Some eyelet terminals are held by a screw you tighten. Sometimes you can permanently connect a twisted and soldered wire jumper to make sure two wires are connected together.
Q:Need help with trailer wiring?
You have to splice into the rear brake / turn signal / running light wiring and splice in the trailer harness cable. @jo, If you have a separate (blue) brake light circuit, you will need an adapter module to connect the 4 wire up.
Q:How to wire ceiling fan?
green wires are also ground wires... sounds like it was wired for a double switch, meaning if you opened the box where your light switch is there may be a black or red wire capped off... that allows you to run the light and fan on separate switches... as for the fan, read the instructions, the black and blue will control the fan and light. If you hook them both to the hot then the switch will turn them both on or off and you will have to control them separately by the pull chain. all green and ground together with a wire nut... all the whites together with a wire nut... and black and blue from the fan to the black from the ceiling if that's the (most likely) hot wire (or it could be the red).. so the black/blue and black together with a wire nut will put it all on one switch. if you want to control them separately than add a switch and put black with black and blue with red.
Q:furnace wire specification?
they do make 8 and ten conductor stat wires but in a pinch you could run two 4 conductor wires side by side. just make sure you mark at both ends becayse you will have 2 of each color wire. mark them as red 1 and red 2, etc.
Q:technical names for rheostat,wire & wound?
1) Anvil Dome, Backsheared Anvil 2) Dust Devils 3) Waterspouts 4) Funnel clouds
Q:Dimmer switch w/ 3 wires and only 2 wall wires?
If you don't know the basic rule of matching up the colors when wiring something, you may want to avoid doing anymore wiring projects in the future, for your own safety and to keep from destroying your stuff. First of all, turn off the power at the breaker or remove the fuse for that switch. Then: Black to Black, White to White, you can just let the green wire hang or, if you have a metal box, attach it to that. (that's your ground wire, no power goes thru it when things are working properly). Sometimes in older houses (or ones where amatures did the wiring the first time) the colors might not be correctly assigned (usually, black is hot and white is neutral) if your light only flips off and on instead of dimming like it should when you try it, you will have to switch the wires so that it is black to white and white to black (You probably won't need to do that though). Use wire nuts to connect the wires together, not just electrical tape. Good luck and be safe!
Q:Resistivity of a Wire?
R = ( rho x l)/A Where: R is the resistance, rho the resistivity, l the length and A the area Resiatance of wire = (3.76 x 10^-8 x 18)/6.52 x 10^-6 R = 0.1038 Ohms Voltage across wire = current through wire x resistance of wire V = I x R V = 1.44 x 0.1038 V = 0.14947 V = 0.15 Volts
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:amp wiring help?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
As long as you are using a good strong gauge wire(4 gauge or lower) then No. That is also assuming your just wanting to swich amps out not add on. Just unhook the old amp and put the new one in it place long as your wires or good to go.
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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