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|Place of Origin: |
Jiangsu China (Mainland)
Construction,Automotive System; Wire Rope
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Cold Heading Steel
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Roll packing, Z2 packing
|Surface of Steel Wire: |
|Manufacturing Capacity: |
600 tons per month
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||STANDARD EXPORT PACKING OR AS PER CUSTOMER REQUEST|
|Delivery Detail:||WITHIN 7-10DAYS AFTER CONFIRMING YOUR ORDER|
Galvanized Steel Wire
Tensile strength: HIGH
Galvanized Steel Wire for Flexible Duct
3.SURFACE TREATMENT:ELECTRO GALVANIZED,HOT DIPPED GALVANIZED
4.ZINC COATING: 40G/M2 - 300G/M2
5.PACKING:ROLL PACKING WITH PLASTIC SPOOL INSIDE, POLYWOVEN BAG OUTSIDE
STANDARD Z2 PACKING
OR PRODUCE AS YOUR REQUESTS
PLS FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US
|Nominal Diameter||Minimum number of reverse bends ||Minimum number of Torsions (Bright and Class B)||Minimum mass of coating (g/m2)|
|(Bright and Class B)|
|1770 Mpa||1960 Mpa||2160Mpa||1770 Mpa||1960 Mpa||2160Mpa||Class B|
|over 0.6mm ~incl. 0.65mm||11||10||9||28||25||23||60|
|over 0.65mm ~incl. 0.70mm||10||9||8||28||25||23||60|
|over 0.70mm~incl. 0.75mm||16||15||14||28||25||23||60|
|over 0.75mm~incl. 0.80mm||15||14||13||28||25||22||60|
|over 0.80mm~incl. 0.85mm||13||12||11||28||25||22||70|
|over 0.85mm ~incl. 0.90mm||12||11||10||28||25||22||70|
|over 0.90mm~incl. 0.95mm||11||10||9||28||25||22||70|
|over 0.95mm ~incl. 1.00mm||10||9||8||28||25||22||70|
|over 1.00mm ~incl. 1.10mm||17||16||14||26||23||21||80|
|over 1.10mm ~incl. 1.20mm||16||15||13||26||23||21||80|
|over 1.20mm ~incl. 1.30mm||15||14||13||25||22||20||90|
|over 1.30mm ~ incl.1.40mm||13||12||10||25||22||19||90|
|over 1.40mm ~incl.1.50mm||11||10||9||25||22||19||100|
|over 1.50mm ~incl. 1.60mm||14||13||12||25||22||19||100|
|over 1.60mm ~incl. 1.65mm||13||12||11||25||22||19||100|
|over 1.65mm~incl. 1.70mm||13||12||11||25||22||19||100|
|over 1.70mm~incl. 1.80mm||11||11||10||25||22||19||100|
|over 1.80mm ~incl. 1.85mm||10||10||8||24||21||18||100|
|over 1.85mm ~incl. 1.90mm||10||10||8||24||21||18||115|
|over 1.90mm~incl. 2.00mm||9||9||7||24||21||18||115|
- Q:How do I wire my guitar?
- Matt, okorder.com/... The fact that the pickguard is pre-wired should make things a little simpler...in fact, if you post a picture, I could help. Without that, I can only make an educated guess. You said there are 3 wires? Well, I suspect that 2 of them are grounds. If you have a multi-tester, you can easily verify which of the two wires go to ground. Just touch one probe to the body of the volume or tone control, and the other to the wire. If you have continuity, it's a ground wire. If you follow them back to the source, both ground wires are probably soldered to the body of a volume or tone control. One ground goes to the bridge/spring assembly. The other should go to the output jack. You'll notice that the jack has two connections. One is the hot wire and the other is ground. You'll need to figure out which of the two wires is the ground, and which connection it goes to on the output jack. Look at the diagram in my link. See the wire that comes from the middle of volume control? That's the hot wire and it should connect to the part of the jack that contacts the tip of the plug at the end of your guitar cable. The other wire connects to the part of the jack that contacts the sleeve of the plug. If you look closely at the jack, you should be able to figure out which connection goes to the long prong. The prong is the one that makes contact with the tip of the plug....and this is where your hot (+) wire goes. Ground (-) to bridge-------------→ Ground (-) to output jack-------→ body/sleeve of jack Signal (+) to output jack--------→ tip connection of jack
- Q:how do i know what kind of wiring kit to buy for my subwoofers?
- by wiring kit do you mean the amps power kit? some of which will include speaker wire for the subs anyway usually your amp will come with instructions that tell you what the minimum gauge is the amp will accept for power, this is the gauge power and ground cable you will want to get maximum power to the amp and to prevent overheating issues, typically amps under 400 watts rms power will do fine with 8 gauge, amps 400-1000 rms will use 4 gauge and 1000+ will use 2/0 gauge wire, for the subwoofer speaker wire you can never go too big gauge only too small, a kicker 12 gauge speaker wire will work for almost any application
- Q:How do you extend a grounding wire?
- The best way would be to obtain a piece of wire the same gauge(thickness),and solder the wires together,and use shrink tube to cover the connection.If you don't have access to shrink tube,use a high grade electrical tape.The reason i suggest this as the best choice,is that HIDs are high amperage ,so that is the first choice.The second ,and easier ,is again obtaining the same type wire,and use what is called a butt connector.You strip the ends of the wires,insert them into the butt connector,and crimp the connector.You can usually buy an inexpensive wire stripper-crimper electrical kit that come with connectors at a pep-boys,advance auto or some other auto discount store for under ten dollars.Make sure that the connections are tight and secure.Shrink tube is usually included in these kits,also
- Q:Wiring connections for bathroom ventilation??
- Get a real electrician who can work out which wire goes where. It isn't worth risking your house or your life.
- Q:How do I connect 4-conductor speaker wire?
- 4 conductor wire has a few neat uses. 1 is to bi-wire your speakers. Meaning that if the speaker has 2 red and 2 black terminals then remove the bridge and run the cables to the posts separately thus increasing surface conduction and increasing output and sound quality. Also if you are running cables in the wall to 2 speakers that are near each other or to a single stereo speaker then you don't have to run 2 separate 2-conductor wires. This would also be true if you are running to a second zone using an in wall volume control. If this is the only wire you have for a standard speaker connection it won't hurt to twist them together at both end (pos with pos/ neg with neg) and serves the same purpose as using thicker cables.
- Q:amp wiring issues...?
- I was once considering of tapping into the 12v constant on the HU like I do in 95% of the installs i've ever achieved. Are you talking about the far flung wire connection? If so, you commonly mean the accessory wire, now not the steady wire; and to be able to be a hindrance within the Trailblazer in view that there is no accent energy wire in the radio harness. I might recommend using a line output converter that has a developed-in trigger circuit, so it will flip the amp on when it detects an audio signal coming from the head unit. There's no excellent position to connect a faraway wire in a Trailblazer with a manufacturing facility head unit. You could hook up with the accessory vigour output on the key change harness (a thick brown wire) however then the amplifier will flip off with the important thing, alternatively of staying on unless the door is opened like the radio does. The Motorola box is for the Onstar procedure, and there isn't a motive to do something with it at all. Sixteen feet of vigor wire maybe sufficient or would now not; depends upon where you position the amp. The battery and firewall access is on the motive force's part, so in case you maintain the amp on the driver's aspect of the vehicle, you'll in most cases have ample wire.
- Q:Factors affecting resistance of a wire!?
- i) Cross-sectional area of the wire. Reistance is inversely proportional to the area of cross-section of the wire. More the cross-sectional area, easier it is for the electrons and hence charge to flow and hence more current and less resistance. ii) Length of the wire. Resistance is directly proportional to the length of the wire. More the length of the wire, longer is the distance to be covered by the electrons and hence charge thereby reducing current and increasing resistance. iii) Temperature. Higher temperature results in higher resistance. Higher the temperature, faster will be the oscillations of the ions in the conductor and the moving electrons will have to undergo more number of collisions per unit length of the wire, thereby reducing time between successive collisions and reducing drift velocity of the electrons which results in less current and higher resistance iv) Material of the conductor Some materials like metals are better conductors of electricity and offer less resistance to the flow of current. Non-metals have poor conductivity. Conductivity of charge in metals is mainly due to the free electrons in the outer orbits of metals.
- Q:questions about wiring a light switch?
- The guy above me helpful, but you have an existing problem with the wires shocking you. No doubt you can run the series yourself, but don't monkey around and burn your house down by trying to save the cash on this DIY. Get someone to find the short and fix it. DIY the next job. BTW purchase the Black and Decker Advanced Home Wiring book. It has color pics and shows you the layouts of several ways to do stuff. By the way, if your name is Bob Villa my wife is looking for you to marry her. LOL.
- Q:how do you measure an electrical wire?
- strandings of the wires equal a gauge. ex: 7strands of 30gauge wire equals 22 gauge. gauge is a size of either a solid wire or smaller stranded wires to equal that size
- Q:wires, coils, AC generators?
- Assuming the generator output voltage (RMS) remains constant the current will be less through the coil. By wrapping the wire into a coil it's resistance doesn't change but it's self inductance increases. AC in a wire produces an alternating (changing) magnetic field that is concentrated into a smaller space as a coil - so increasing it's strength and ability to link with the wire that produced it. When this changing magnetic field links (passes through) it's 'own' coils a self-induced 'back' EMF(voltage) is generated in the wire that opposes the 'forward' current from the generator (Lenz's law). If the geverator provides a pd = Vg and the back EMF = Vb, then the current in the coil is effectively being driven by a reduced pd = (Vg - Vb) .
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