|Steel Grade: |
Q235 Q195 45# 50# 77B 82B
|Wire Gauge: |
|Place of Origin: |
Tianjin China (Mainland)
|Alloy Or Not: |
|Special Use: |
Free Cutting Steel
|Model Number: |
|Brand Name: |
BV ISO SGS
|Tensile strength: |
|Price term: |
FOB CFR CIF
Packaging & Delivery
|Packaging Detail:||Standard export packing or according to the requirements.|
|Delivery Detail:||Within 20 days after receiving the deposit or the copy of L/C|
High Carbon Steel Wire for Flexible Duct,Mattress Spring,Brushes And Ropes Production
|Material|| 45#, 50#, 65#, 70#, ,77B, 82B,|
|Standard||DIN 17223, GB4357-2009, DIN EN 10270|
|Weight||According to the customers' requirements|
|Uses||To produce springs, steel wire ropes, brush and other uses|
|Packing|| Coils Packing, spools packing, or according to the customers' requirements|
Tensile strength of steel wire
- Q:what to use for 12 volt wire?
- Depends what lights they are,spot lights perhaps?,anyway,tell your local parts shop what you`re wiring up and the will supply you with the correct cable. Or you could go down the scrappy and rip out some of the thickest cable and use that.
- Q:Physics Help! 3 wires find direction of magnetic field and force?
- I assume that those wires are sitting parallel 3 m apart from one another. 1. The magnetic field around a wire forms concentric circles around the wire. Wire 1 and Wire 3 are parallel so when you draw a concentric field line around Wire 1 with radius 6 m, you get a magnetic field line passing Wire 3 at a right angle. And a concentric field line around Wire 2 with radius 3 m passes Wire 3 at a right angle. Both magnetic fields have the same direction because the current in both wires flows in the same direction (to the right). Using the right-hand rule, you can find that the magnetic field at wire 3 due to Wire 1 and Wire 2 goes into the page. Ans: Into the page 2. The force on a wire can be calculated in the following manner: I X B * L. Here I is the current on Wire 3, B is the magnetic field due to Wire 1 and Wire 2, L is the length of Wire 3, and X is the cross product operator. So I cross B would give the direction of the force. Now use the right-hand rule, I cross B will give the force direction pointing down. This means the force due to the magnetic field would repel Wire 3 from Wire 1 and Wire 2. Ans: The force on Wire 3 due to Wire 1 and Wire 2 would repel Wire 3 from them.
- Q:How do I wire my amp correctly?
- wire okorder.com/... and than wire it to any of the negatives on the amp its all one channel internally so it really doesn't matter which negative u use. than wire the positive to any positive on the amp.
- Q:electroluminescent wire?
- What about it?
- Q:Wire gauge? AWG 34H? meaning?
- Magnet wire is often called varnished or enameled, but it is actually insulated with a thin coating of insulating material designed specifically for the purpose. I assume that heavy poly nylon material is one of those materials. The H is probably the temperature class of the insulation. Class H insulation is rated to operate at up to 180 degrees C. Edit 1 The H could also stand for heavy as in the heavy build or double build terminology used to describe thicker than standard insulation. It is part of a specific manufacturer's catalog number rather than a part of the American Wire Gauge (AWG) designation. Manufacturer's sell many different varieties of magnet wire. The manufacturer's literature and NEMA or IEC standards provide details regarding the insulation materials used and the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the wire.
- Q:Can we get rid of wires?
- Yes maybe, And maybe more than maybe. because I heard about it too. I heard that they could extend it to 100 meters. So I hope it would happen(That I'm sure)!
- Q:How do you strip electrical wire?
- You need a tool that cuts through the insulation with a pair of half circle dies so that the wire is surrounded by the cutter, but not bruised by it. Of course, you need a different size for each wire gauge. Some also pull the insulation chunk off automatically with a single squeeze. I'll add some links to examples, manual and automatic. -- Regards, John Popelish
- Q:do two 12 gauge wires combined equal 6 gauge wire?
- Id say run 3 strands minimal because sometime it says its a certain gauge but there is not much wire inside, and to add the the 2X 12gauge = 9 gauge use 3 strands.. better chance of working right.
- Q:fuses protect what?circuit breakers,equipment,wire,or people?
- Fuses protect against short circuits but need to be replaced when they blow. Circuit breakers trip to protect against short circuits and can be reset once the problem is fixed. A corollary of Murphy's law for electronics states that the most expensive, difficult to access and unobtainable component will protect both circuit breakers and fuses by blowing first.
- Q:How should i wire my subs?
- usually all sub wiring is the same, youll have the rca cables and antenna wire comming from the radio to the amp, power and ground wire going from amp to battery and ground, and than should have 2 wires coming off each sub to the amp, im guessing thatd be parallel, if you wire in series, so like use 2 wires and splice off to each sub, so 2 wires off the amp powering each sub you would up the ohms and put a too much of a load on the amp, people only wire in series when they have too many subs and not enough outlets on the amp, good luck
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