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Black Annealed Iron Wire, also called black wire, comes in the form of coil wire or cut wire.

Mostly used in construction or daily use as binding wire.


Black annealed wire, Soft annealed wire
MaterialLow carbon higher quality steel rod, Q195, Q235
Wire DiameterBWG11-19  4.0MM-0.8MM
Tensile strength30-55kg/mm2
Packing10-200kg/coil plastic inside and hassian outside
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HS Code7217100000 Wire of Iron or Non-alloy Steel
PaymentL/C or T/T
LoadingTianjin port
OriginChina
Minimum Order20 Ton



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Q:i have a new ceiling light i am trying to wire. there are 3 black wires and 3 white wires.?
blacks to blacks, whites to whites
Q:How do I reattach wires accidentally cut on my headphones?
Strip an inch of the wires using a knife - don't burn anything, plastic gives off toxic fumes. Edit: use a very sharp knife or a stanley knife, slice towards the end of the wire, repeat until the end of the wire is stripped. Take 1 each of the wires that were cut, twirl them round each other like ivy twists around a branch, tape up the wire, repeat with the other two wires, then tape around them all. If the connection between the cut wires is good then the headphones should work like nothing happened.
Q:big 3 updrade with 8 gauge wire?
Go cheap, get cheap. Improvement, maybe. But heres a secenario: current draw exceeds capacity of 8 gauge wire, insulation melts, positive wire grounds out, lots of smoke, fire.... no wait... FIRE! Oh s**t that's gonna cost me..... (a lot more than 4 gauge wire I'll bet...)
Q:what is memory wire? i need jewelry-making wire?
Hi - I hope this information helps you - Beadalon® Remembrance™ is thin, tempered stainless steel wire that is used as a beading medium. The wire is corrosion resistant and will resist tarnishing. Like a spring, Remembrance wire is rigid and snaps back to its original form when expanded and released. The wire remembers its shape and retains its coil form. Sterling Silver Wires To choose the right kind of silver wire for your project, you should know how you want the piece to look and what kind of piece you are creating. You will need to consider both the hardness of the wire and the gauge of the wire. There are three kinds of sterling silver wire. They are: Dead soft, half hard and full hard. Dead soft wire is very easy to bend. It can be better for wire wrapping or for making wire beads but will often not hold shapes intended for wire wrapping. Dead soft silver wire is usually used by people who work silver because it hardens as its shaped and hammered. Half hard sterling wire is stronger than dead soft but is still quite malleable. It is excellent in wire wrapping smaller or heavier beads and is a good choice for beading and jewelry making projects. Full hard silver wire is hard to use and bend and not necessarily recommended for jewelry making - at least for a hobbyist.
Q:What do these wires do on my 2005 impala?
To play an auxiliary source you'd need to fool the deck into thinking it's a separate factory accessory, like an XM radio tuner or CD changer. That's the purpose of the adapter. If you already have a stock XM tuner or CD changer, and you don't want to use it, you might be able to cut the audio signal wires and connect them to an audio cable running to your MP3 player. Then you can set the head unit for the XM tuner but you'll get the audio from your player. But if there's no factory external source equipped in the vehicle, then this isn't an option for you.
Q:Physics - Current Carrying Wires?
The formula for force between wires is: (µ/2π)(current1)(current2)(length/r) µ = 4πE-7 Tm/A r=distance between wires For this problem, you would just find the force on wire 3 of each one separately. Since wire 2 is going opposite direction as wire 3, they repel each other, while wire 1 and wire 3 attract each other since they are going same direction. I get Fwire1 to be 2.88E-6 N, and Fwire2 to be 3.6E-6N. Then subtract them since opposite forces, and since Fwire2 is stronger, the force would be 7.2E-7 N away/repelling.
Q:how do you wire amotion sensor light.the?
The other answer that has directions doesn't sound right for your case. Do you have a link to the actual product? Two white wires sounds strange, unless they have stripes or something to differentiate them. It seems pointless to have 2 wires that would just be connected together. Give me a link or the actual brand/model number and I'll give more information.
Q:wire length?
The stretching of wire by longitudinal force: If F force applied across the crosectional area A of wire of radius r and lenght L then the wire elaogates in the dirextion of force Stress P = F / A A = pi* r^2 = (1.5/2)*10^-3 = 7.5 *10^-4 m^2 strain produced = dL / L = increase in length / original L Young's modulus or elastic (stretch) modulus for the maretial, within elastic limits, Y = stress/strain strain = stress / Y dL = F * L / A * Y = F * L / pi (r^2) * Y dL = 400* 1.5 / 3.14 (7.5 *10^-4)^2 * 6.2*10^10) meter dL = 0.005479 * meter dL = 5.479 millimeters increase in length
Q:Running too small power/ground wires?
Using smaller wires will cause your wire to heat . As the wire gets hot conductivity decreases giving less current to the amp. It seems like you are spending some money for the equipment i would use a 4 gauge to protect your investment. I have seen people car catching fire because of bad audio wiring
Q:why use steel wire in building construction?
What burns in a building are mostly the furnishings and interior, not the frame it's made of. Steel buildings are more expensive to insure against fire than wood frame buildings, because in a fire more steel is damaged by warping and distortion than would happen in a wood-framed structure, and wood structures are easier (and cheaper) to repair. Of course, if everything in a building was non-flammable, fire would never occur. That doesn't usually happen, though, and it's all the flammable stuff that most buildings house inside that burns.

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