Hot Dipped Galvanised Steel Wire In Big Coil For Fencing

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Commercial Galvanised Steel Wire

(1) Quality : Meet GB/T 343 standard and other requirements of relevant standards .

(2) Zinc Coating: Meet GB/T 15393 standard and other requirements of relevant standards .

(3) Raw Material : Wire rod ——1006 , 1008 , 1018 , Q195 , etc, and zinc with 99.995% purity.

(4) Tensile Strength Range

Size (mm)

Tensile Strength (mpa)

0.15-1.60

290-550

0.65-1.60

400-550

1.61-6.00

400-1200

(5) Application : Used in wire mesh , artware , metal hose , binding for agriculture and construction , etc.

(6) Packing

Size (mm)

Coil Size

Spool Packing

Big Coil Packing

ID (mm)

OD (mm)

0.15-0.26

6 inch

1-14kg/spool

0.27-0.60

8 inch

1-100kg/spool

0.61-1.60

12/14/16 inch

1-100kg/spool

250-400

400-770

1.61-6.00

14-500kg/spool

450

800

508

840


(7) Zinc Coating

Meet GB/T 15393 standard.

Size (mm)

Weight of Zinc-Coating ( g/m2 )

A

AB

B

C

D

E

F

A1

B2

0.25

30

20

18

>0.25-0.40

30

25

20

>0.40-0.50

30

20

>0.50-0.60

35

20

>0.60-0.80

120

110

40

20

>0.80-1.00

150

130

45

25

>1.00-1.20

180

150

50

25

>1.20-1.40

200

160

50

25

>1.40-1.60

220

180

50

35

30

>1.60-1.80

220

180

70

40

30

>1.80-2.20

230

200

80

50

40

>2.20-2.50

240

210

80

55

40

>2.50-3.00

250

230

90

70

45

>3.00-4.00

270

250

100

85

60

30

>4.00-5.20

290

270

110

95

70

40

>5.20-6.00

290

270

245

110

100

80

50


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Sliding rheostat, voltage sharing method and current limiting method can adjust the load current (voltage), but under the same conditions, the adjustment effect is different, the actual application should be based on the appropriate choice of appropriate methods.
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The resistivity of copper is ρ_Cu = 1.72 x 10^(-8) ohm - meters, whereas that of aluminum is ρ_Al = 2.82 x 10^(-8) ohm-meters [1]. Assuming that the wire runs are the same length L, the resistance in the aluminum wire will be R_Al = ρ_Al * L/A_Al, where A_Al is the cross-sectional area of the aluminum wire. The resistance in the copper wire will be R_Cu = ρ_Cu * L/A_Cu. If we want the same resistance in both wires, we require R_Cu = R_Al: ρ_Cu * L / A_Cu = ρ_Al * L / A_Al A_Al / A_Cu = ρ_Al / ρ_Cu. Since the resistivity ρ_Al of aluminum is higher, the aluminum wire must have a larger cross sectional area to yield the same resistance. To make this precise, suppose the wires are cylindrical. Then the cross sectional area is π(R_Al)² for the aluminum wire and π(ρ_Cu)² for the copper wire: π(R_Al)²/π(ρ_Cu)² = ρ_Al / ρ_Cu R_Al/R_Cu = √(ρ_Al / ρ_Cu) = √(2.82/1.72) = 1.28 The aluminum wire must be 28% thicker than the copper wire in order to provide the same resistance.

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