High Quality Polished Common Iron Nails

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Packaging Detail:25kg/ctn or 20kg/ctn 3.125kg/box, 8box/ctn according to the buyer's request
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COMMON NAIL
Description:big head, diamond point
Shank: smooth/spiral/twisted shank,
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GALVANIZED OR POLISHED COMMON  NAIL


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polished common iron nail making machine factory
Brand NameLingfa or according to u
Spec. Number10#--130#
Type Common nail
Production PlaceLinyi Fuyu Metal Products Co., Ltd
Length1/2''--8''(10--200mm)
Shank DiameterBWG4~20(0.89~6.05mm)
Head DiameterAccording to u
Material The low carbon steel of Q235
Shanksmooth/spiral/twisted
Headflat and big head
Surfacepolished or galvanized
Supply ability300 tons/month
PortQingdao, China
Sampleprovided free
MOQ5 Tons
PaymentT/T
Deliverywithin 30 days upon receiving the deposit
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3.125kg/box, 8box/ctn

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Q:Physics Help! resistivity of a wire!!!?
Voltage (Volts) = Current (Amps) times Resistance (Ohms) or V=IxR = R = V/I = 13/0.37 = 35.14 Ohms Resistance = Resistivity * Length/Area The longer the wire is, the more resistance it has. The larger the crossectional area of the wire (pi times radius^2), the less resistance it has Longer wires have more resistance, thicker wires have less 35.14 = Resistivity * 3.1/pi*0.0042^2 Resistivity = 35.14*pi*0.0042^2/3.1 = 6.281 x 10^-4
Q:what kind of wire can I use?
you need ot use ordinary romex of a guage that will serve the power draw you intend it for and a breaker to match. i fyou already have breakers you intend to use, be sure to use the proper guage of romex so as to not have an electricsal fire. furhter, you usually have to enclose romes, it cannot be exposed along a wall if it comes from the breakerbox. you can get romex in conduit at home depot, etc.
Q:Soldering multiple wires to 1 wire?
The amount of wires won't create a resistance or change the current. The devices and the power consumption of each will affect current. How do you think a car fuse panel works? Many fuses (connections) all come from the same positive wire on the car battery. The battery provides well enough current for every device to be turned on (for a period of time) and no device will suffer from lack of current. ____________________________ Resistors are what limit the current to LEDs. The only way to exceed the wattage of a resistor is to short out the LED.
Q:what wire size is required for 380volt?
Mike is correct. What country are you in? China or Korea? I work as an electrician on industrial equipment. Building a 380 machine now for China. Anyway, it is current that counts. I have used 22 AWg for 480V voltage meters and 2AWG for 24V.
Q:Rj-45 connector wiring?
In 10/100 Mbps wiring only 4 wires are used. 2 for sending data, 2 for receiving data. The other 4 are used for cancelling cross-talk and minimizing other problems associated with the physics of transmission. The wires are arranged in 4 pairs, with each pair twisted. It's the twisting that solves or reduces transmission problems. In Gigabit over copper (1000Mbps) all 8 wires are used, 4 for transmit and 4 for receive. The twisting of the wires is much tighter and the actual connectors on the ends have a smaller tolerance. You should also be aware that there are two major standards for wire arrangement in UTP data cabling - 568A and 568B. You will need to know what standard is used in your network for consistency's sake. Mixing 568A and 568B results in cross-over which may or may not be what you intended. Hope this helps.
Q:Need some wiring help?
Switches don't require a neutral (white wire) One of these wires is hot..the other feeds the fixture. Attach to the terminals of the switch. More than likely if you look into the box you will see the white wires maretted together for continuity return
Q:amp wiring help?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
If you aare running with 4 gauge right now...your going to want to upgrade power and ground to 1/0 gauge. Your RCA should not have to be upgraded.
Q:can a positive wire connect a negative and positive terminal together?
effective and detrimental keep on with to DC in elementary words, together with a battery or a skill grant. both of both might want to be grounded, or neither might want to be grounded. For AC, which varies between effective and detrimental voltages many circumstances per 2d, the words effective and detrimental are literally not used. instead, for an AC skill distribution device together with at your position of residing, you've a warm and impartial and a floor twine. The impartial is linked to floor at one element and is the go back for the warm, which has a voltage on it that varies between effective and detrimental voltages many circumstances per 2d. the floor twine is for safe practices. .
Q:no power to brown wire?
yes, there is a way just think about it.
Q:WHY WOULD A LARGER WIRE HAVE LESS RESISTANCE?
When I started out, I found that the water analogy was helpful. Water flow (through a pipe) represents the electrons flowing (= current). The pipe represents the wire. It's hard to push a high flowrate of water through a small pipe (say like a drinking straw), but easy through a large-diameter pipe. The small pipe shows high resistance to flow, the large pipe shows little resistance to flow. Electrical current works the similarly, for electrons flowing through the wire. In electrical circuits, voltage corresponds to pressure. Are you aware that to push 1A through a wire of resistance 1 ohm requires a voltage drop across the wire of 1V? And that if you increase that voltage to 2V (from 1V), twice the current will flow (=2A), even though the resistance stays the same? If you had two of those wires (connected in parallel), you could push 1A through each wire by applying 1V across each wire. That would total 2A without having to increase the voltage. Well, that essentially is what a larger-diameter wire is, it's the equivalent of taking two (or more) smaller wires and melding their cross sections together into that of a single wire. But since it now takes only 1V to push 2A instead of 2V, it appears that the resistance is half as much, as in 0.5ohms, when using both wires. From that you can conclude that larger-diameter wires have lower resistance. Hope that helps. Later you will discover that the water analogy doesn't match perfectly well since its pressure relationship is highly non-linear, whereas the electrical relationship tends to be highly linear. Also, we generally don't push water back-and-forth in pipes the way some electrical circuits use alternating current. That's a heads-up that the water analogy will fail to explain some of the electrical things you'll run into.

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