High Quality Electro Galvanized Iron Wire For Hexagonal Wire Mesh

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Place of Origin:
Hebei China (Mainland)
Color:
Silvery
Model Number:
PSW138
Surface Treatment:
Galvanized
Galvanized Technique:
Hot Dipped Galvanized
Type:
Loop Tie Wire
Function:
Binding Wire
Wire Gauge:
BWG8-23
Use:
tie in building
Packing:
big coil and small coil
Finishing:
Galvanized




Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:1.Bulk packing: 25kg/carton.with humidity resistant plastic bag inside. 2.Pallet packing: 5kg/box, with humidity resistant plastic bag inside,200boxes/pallet. 3.Accroding to the requirements of customers
Delivery Detail:within 20-30 days after receiving your advanced payment

Specifications

1.The lowest price
2.Have machine to produce
3.Materials test report
4.As customer's require
Silvery and soft binding wire

Galvanized metal wire

Material:  low carbon  steel

Surface  treatment:  galvanized

Gauge

SWG

BWG

Metric systems

8#

4.06

4.19

4.0

9#

3.66

3.76


10#

3.25

3.40

3.50

11#

2.95

3.05

3.00

12#

2.64

2.77

2.80

13#

2.34

2.41

2.50

14#

2.03

2.11


15#

1.83

1.83

1.80

16#

1.63

1.65

1.65

17#

1.42

1.47

1.40

18#

1.22

1.25

1.20

19#

1.02

1.07

1.00

20#

0.91

0.89

0.90

21#

0.81

0.813

0.80

22#

0.71

0.711

0.70


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Q:Help with ceiling fan wiring?
The wires on the fan; the white wire is the neutral, The black wire and the black/white wires are the hot wires on the fan, one goes to the fan and the other goes to the light. The wires in the ceiling; The white wire is the neutral, it gets connected to the white wire on the fan. Check the black wire and the red wire to see if they are both hot. If not, and the black wire is hot and the red wire isn't. the red wire feeds another circuit somewhere. If the wire feeds another circuit, tie the red, black wires in the ceiling together with the black and black/white wires from the fan. Is there an outlet or light not working somewhere? If they are both hot, connect one to the black wire and the other to the black/white wire. Is there a wall switch involved here? If so, when the wall switch is turned on, does it liven either the red or black wire? If this is the case, the wire that comes from the switch should be connected to which ever wire on the fan is the hot lead for the light. The other wire in the ceiling would be connected to the hot wire for the fan. There's lots of different scenarios that are possible. If you aren't sure of what you are doing, GET SOME KNOWLEDABLE HELP TO CHECK OUT THE WIRING! No sense burning your house down to save a few bucks by not hiring a professional.
Q:how do i wire my pool pump?
Get yourself a how-to book on basic wiring. This gives you a hands on reference for additional question (and there will be) that arise.
Q:Nowhere to connect stock orange/black wire (Illumination wire)?
This link may not be accurate... The only wire I see in the first link which is close in color is the black/yellow wire for the left rear speaker ground....no black/orange combo shown. Factory ground wire should be grey...test with a test light to confirm Constant power is pink....test also Switched power is blue...test also Once you confirm which wires are power and ground, hook those up to the deck wiring and then run the speaker wires to the proper ones on the factory harness. You can't always connect the same color wires from an add-on deck unit to factory wiring....wiring colors will differ. Consult the installation instructions or call the deck manufacturer tech assistance hotline. Make sure you have the correct wires from the deck hooked up to those factory wires....I'm thinking you have the wrong wire hooked up to the rear speaker ground or deck ground and the unit will only ground when that wire is activated somehow when the light switch is on.....red/blue? is the factory illumination wire according to the first link. Have you got that hooked up wrong with the deck ground or speaker?
Q:Africa Shaped Wire Earrings...?
as well as on the first page link above, under the category Wire-Framing (P.S. Why did you use initial caps on all words in your question?...kinda hard to read.) .
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) .
Q:help with my cd wiring!!?
sparky is right. The yellow wire keeps the memory, and should have constant power even when the ignition is off. The red wire should have power only when the ignition is on. If the radio is left on when you turn the car off, it will come back on when you start the car, but only if the radio keeps constant power on the yellow wire. For your car: The constant power wire should be orange (connect to radio's yellow wire) The switched power wire should be yellow (connect to radio's red wire)
Q:this might sound stupid but how do i tap speaker wire?
RE: Why Monster XP speaker cord sounds worse than production facility speaker cord? purely put in Monster XP speaker cord to all my Onkyo audio gadget and now its lots softer than the speaker cord that got here with my Onkyo receiver. quantity was once at 25-35 and it grew to become into loud and sparkling. Now after the Monster XP cord, I would desire to crank the receiver to approximately 50-60 to get the comparable sound...
Q:Wheres my stereo power wire?
ok wait hold up. so the only wire that should be hooked from the amp to the headunit is your speaker wires, remote turn on wire, and your rca cables. ....What you need to do is get the power cable(usually red) run it from positive on the battery to the POS on your amp. next put your ground wire from the GND on the amp to bare metal on your cars chasis.
Q:home thermostat wiring question.?
you were suppost to mark the wires by which they were screw to by color code; w rd blk etc.and then wire to new unit with same color code, some terminals need a small branch wire to bypass, lets say an ac with a heat pump.Ok now this is what an ac man will do, he will go to the compressor and write where the wires there are wired and then he would look up the color code and put the wires where they go. Also i relie heavily on the 800 help line number.Some ac men will put different colors on the wrong terminals, put a sticker on the unit and when there is trouble, they will call him,if all the wires were black and he knowes where they go, you see. A trusted ac man would be a great help,and remember, you're checking at the wall, not at the unit where the signals are not being recieved correctly, the thermostat is the brain, and one more thing, you are on the right track, because a progamable thermostat can save you a lot of money especiall if you're gone a lot.
Q:Tap and cutting wires?
The instructions seem pretty straight-forward. T-Taps and squeeze-connectors are basically the same thing; achieving the same results, which is to add a connection to an existing wire without interrupting the line. Just make sure you use the right size and type, meaning; don't use a low-voltage connector for a high-voltage application... You'd just fry it up. For the cut wires, I'd use crimp-connectors and some shrink-wrap. Again, using the correct connector. You can use wire-nuts, but the crimp-connectors are a more permanent fix. Good luck to ya.

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