High Quality Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wire

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China (Mainland)
High quality low carbon Q195
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Galvanized Technique:
Electro Galvanized
Loop Tie Wire
Binding Wire
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Zinc coating:
20-240g/m2, 20-240g/m2
Tensile strength:
Soft,neat and clean
Construction and building
Silver bright
in coil

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Packaging Detail:200g,300g, 500g, 1kg, 3kg,8kg, 25kg, 50kg/ roll , Plastic film inside , hessian cloth outside, Plastic film inside , weaving bag outside As customer's request
Delivery Detail:Within 7 Days after received your prepayment


galvanized iron wire/ binding wire/ electro galvanize wire
1.material:iron wire
2.wire gauge:8#-24#
3. Sample for free

Brief introduction of  galvanized iron wire    :

♣Product name: galvanized iron wire

♣Wire gauge: 0.7mm - 4.0mm

♣Galvanized wire zinc coat: 20g/m2 - 300g/m2

♣Tensile strengh:340--680 N/mm2

♣Surface treatment of galvanized steel wire: Electro/hot dipped galvanized coating

♣Advantage:Good toughness and elasticity

2)Application of  galvanized iron wire wire :

Galvanized wire is used very widely in daily lives,can make welded wire mesh,chain link fence, hexagonal wire netting

black annealed wire,make all kinds of nails and furniture,constructions, fencing wire,banding wire,elctronic.etc.

3)Galvanized iron wire for Production process:

Steel rod—Drawing modeing—Pickling derusting—Heat diping—Chilling— Finished products

Follow is our metal  wire's standard


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Q:where can i find a wiring diagram for a nissan frontier 2002 wires going into stereo?
Nissan Frontier Radio
Q:Wired / Wireless?
thats a huge topic!! depends on what you wanna do and where..twisted pair is great wireless is great coax is fadding out
Q:Electrician please - wiring question for dimmer switch?
The problem is going to be the THREE black wire connections. You have to identify the INPUT POWER wire to the box, the DINING ROOM wire and the 'EVERYTHING ELSE wire. Separate the three black wires. Measure between each black wire and the white wire bundle. The black wire that has 120 vac on it is your INPUT POWER wire. Momentarily connect the black INPUT POWER wire to each of the other two black wires. One of those other two black wires will light up the dining room light. It is that black wire that gets connected to the LOAD connection on the dimmer switch. The other black wire is your EVERYTHING ELSE wire. Connect that wire to the INPUT POWER wire. Run a pigtail from those two wires to the LINE connection of the dimmer switch.
Q:knob and tube wiring?
Black to black, white to white, the ground goes to the metal box. Only use a light weight fan, less than 6 lbs. KT wiring should be replaced ASAP. The insulation on the old wiring deteriorates over the years with heat and become a fire hazard. Most insurance companies want that type of wiring removed.
Q:Cat-6 wiring for telephone equipment?
If you have a proper install of Cat-5 lines, then you probably won't see any improvement by upgrading the lines. Of course, if you question the quality of the old install - maybe frayed cables, maybe the ends are stripped too far back - mayby the lines run right against your AC power lines... Then a proper install of Cat6 (or anything comparable) will help improve speed inside your house. Things to keep in mind: - like another poster said; most DSL service doesn't even come close to the 100MB rating of Cat5. Cat5e and Cat6 are -theoretically- faster, but you can't make the bits move any faster than what your ISP gives you. - If you had an older install of Cat5, the installer might only be using 2 pairs of the 4 pairs of copper wire. Newer stuff, Cat5e and Cat6 require using all 8 conductors ( 4 pairs). If your old wiring was splitting off telephone service using the 'spares' - then you will need extra wiring to do this right. the comment about Cat# = # of twists per inch is not correct, either. the standard says something like.. Cat3 has about 3-4 twists per foot, Cat5 has about 3-4 twists per inch. Cat5e adds more twists, and requires all conductors. Cat6 more twists, and still all conductors. Cat7 proposal will have more twists, and braided shielding.
Q:Wire tension physics question?
Problem 1: If the tension in the two wires are equal, the angle they make with the horizontal must also be equal. Always remember that a horizontal line is a straight angle; hence, it has a measurement of 180°. Let's look for the angle the wires make with the horizontal. 130 + x + x = 180 130 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 130 2x = 50 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 25° Each wire makes a 25° angle with the horizontal. We can now find the tension. The mass must be divided by 2. Using trigonometry, let's find the tension force. The divided weight of the lamp shall be the opposite side, and the tension force shall be the hypotenuse. sin 25° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 25° Ftens = 236.62 N (Answer) The tension is 236.62 N in each wire. Problem 2: We use the same approach. 100 + x + x = 180 100 + 2x = 180 2x = 180 - 100 2x = 80 (Divide both sides by 2) x = 40° Each wire makes a 40° angle with the horizontal. Calculate the tension force. sin 40° = (200 / 2) / Ftens Ftens = 100 / sin 40° Ftens = 155.57 N (Answer) The tension is 155.57 N in each wire. Hope this helps!
Q:normal amp to speaker wire size?
I would use 16 gauge. you can go a little bigger, or smaller. The biggest issue you will have ( vehicle depending ) is getting that wire thru your accordion boot and molex ( the rubber thingy that protects your wires, shaped like an S, and goes from the chassis to the door) <~ that's not talking down to you, but if other people read this, they will know exactly what it means also :D Unless your running a ton of power to your doors, you really don't need thick wires. As to the other part, It's not the speaker wire you need to keep away from your power wire, it's your RCA cables.. The rule is power wire goes down the battery side of the vehicle, and the rca's and remote turn on, go down the opposite side, if possible. That way you don't get alternator whine( when you accelerate, a high pitched whine will play thru your system, and make you Bat-S#it crazy :) Good Luck!
Q:air conditioner compressor fan stops, capacitor incorrectly wired?
Hi, I looked at the schematic on-line. If you still have the original fan motor in the unit then you are correct. The center terminal on the capacitor should have the red wire from the T1 terminal of the contactor, the red wire from the compressor, and the purple wire from the fan. The FAN terminal should have the brown wire from the fan. The HERM terminal should have the orange wire from the compressor. The black wire from the fan and the black/blue wire from the compressor should lead back to the T2 terminal of the contactor. Again, that is if the motor is the original motor. If it was replaced at some point in time, the wiring colors can change from manufacturer to manufacturer, in which case it's possible that the new motor is wired correctly. There should be a diagram on the motor to show you the correct wiring configuration.
Q:Did I buy the wrong speaker wire?
You are going to strip twist the wires together to make it longer? Just be really careful that the wires don't touch and short, that can blow out the reciever. It would be best to get some heat shrink tubing to cover the wires and then you could use a blow dryer to apply heat. This makes a tight secure connection. I think Radio Shack sells it. As to which wire is - and * you can connect speakers either way and it won't damage them. So why do speakers have red and black connectors? Well to get the best sound they should be in phase. To show what I mean take a flashlight battery and connect it to a speaker. If you connect it one way you'll see the speaker cone push out, reverse the battery and speaker cone will pull in. So what you want is all speakers wired the same way for the best sound.
Q:How are wires enameled?
Enameled wire is copper wire coated with a very thin insulating layer. It is used in applications such as winding electric motor coils, speakers and transformers. It is also used in the construction of electromagnets and inductors. The core material is copper, coated with a thin layer of a polyurethane, polyamide, polyester etc resin - the so-called enamel. For ease of manufacturing inductive components like transformers and inductors, most new enamelled wire has enamel that acts as a flux when burnt during soldering. This means that the electrical connections at the ends can be made without stripping off the insulation first. Older enamelled copper wire is normally not like this, and requires sandpapering or scraping to remove the insulation before soldering.

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