1.Material: high quality low carbon steel Q195
2. The wire diameter: from BWG35 - BWG6 (0.2mm - 5.0mm)
3. The general weight : 25kg/50kg/coil (or in according to your requirement 0.5kg- 200kg/roll)
4. The packing: plastic inside and hessian/woven outside (or in according to your requirement)
5.Tensile strength: 350---550N/mm2
6. Zinc coating: 10 - 30g/m2
7.Technical information: Processing with low carbon steel wire, throught drawing and galvanizing.
8.Characteristic&Applications: High zinc coating with super corrosion resistance, firmed and well-proportioned zinc Coating, slippery surface, used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.
electro galvanized iron wire
- Q:Dodge wiring diagrams ?
- What is so infamous about plugging the wiring to the switch? It will only plug in one way. UPDATE 8/6/11: In over 45 years, I've only replaced one headlight switch that had melted and that was on a 1994 Plymouth Acclaim and the driver had left the headlights on all night and yes it drained the battery. The plastic plug had melted but the wires had not burned through, so I had something to work with. There is a possibility you can find a wiring diagram on Auto Zones website for your car, they do have an extensive library or you could try to find a Haynes manual for your car. Or if you are low on $$ if you tell us what manufacturer, model, year of car you drive someone here might be able to help.
- Q:What is fee for BANK WIRE?
- The bank wire fee varies depending on the individual policies of the bank. Some banks charge for wiring, or receiving. Others charge of international wires. Still others may waive wire fees if you have a special relationship with the bank, such as a Premier Customer, or a senior citizen, etc. Check with your bank.
- Q:i need someone who knows wires?
- You could try solder. I usually just twist them together and then cover them with electrical tape, although, I guess that's not the proper way.
- Q:Electrician please - wiring question for dimmer switch?
- I read this right after you posted it and for the life of me, can't figure this out. Maybe I'm tired. Maybe its the couple of drinks I have had tonight. Either way, it isn't making sense to me. However, I will tell you how to solve it. First of all, get a cheap muliti-tester. Check the voltage across a white and a black (the black could be a red or another color; any color except green, that's a ground) until you get a reading between 110-125V AC. Those are your power leads. Connect ALL the white leads together and cap them using a wire nut. Next, carefully grab the INSULATED part of the hot black lead and touch them in turn to the others. (There will be a small spark, but as long as you are only touching insulation, you will not get shocked. If you are nervous about this, use two pairs of insulated handle needle-nose pliers to grab the wires, but still, only grab the insulated part.) One should turn on the light in the DR and the other(s) should turn on the power elsewhere. Make a note of what is what. At that point, the wiring becomes simple. Attach the black hot lead to one of the lugs (or wires if that is what it has) of the dimmer switch AND to the black lead(s) that power other fixtures elsewhere. The black lead that you touched to the hot lead that turned on the DR light gets attached to the other side of the dimmer. That should solve your problem. Good luck. If you need additional help, email me.
- Q:immersion heater wiring diagram??
- Immersion Heater Thermostat Wiring Diagram
- Q:How to extend my speaker (wires)?
- What kind of speaker connectors do you use? If the speakers can be disconnected from the source, I recommend getting extension adapters and long speaker wire so they will reach behind you (for example, if you have mini 3.5mm stereo jacks, get headphone extension cables and use those, and if you have RCA connectors, get RCA to RCA adapters and get long RCA cables). This way you don't need to cut any wires. But you can cut the wires and extend them with any type of speaker wire and use black electrical tape to seal them up. Make sure the positive and negative wires don't touch or you won't get any sound. I suggest wrapping up one set of wires with tape before taping up the other set (tape the positive wires up first and then tape up both sets of wires).
- Q:Speaker Wire I need Help?
- wire is wire. If it really is silver then theoretically it should conduct electrcitiy better than copper. But that doesn't really matter much. wire is wire. all it needs to be able to do is carry the electrical current. If wiring truly is your problem, then that will work fine.
- Q:what are the electrical used in wiring plan?
- If an you are living in the UK try BS 7671- Formerly the Wiring Regulations. More symbols than you can shake a stick at. Try OKorder for an old copy, the symbols rarely change.
- Q:What is the red wire called? (circuits)?
- There are standards for wire colours but they vary between countries and industries. When I grew up in the UK black was used for negative power and red for positive power (e.g. ground and +12V). But trailer wiring in Canada seems to use black for +12V, for instance. In a digital electronic circuit, using silicon semiconductors, ground or 0V is often abbreviated GND and the +ve power supply as Vcc.
- Q:wires connected in parallel ?
- false false true flase false true -good luck
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