Hot Dipped Galvanized Iron Wires

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Galvanized Wire/Galvanized Steel Wire/ Gavanized Iron Wire

Diatmeters:0.15mm-6mm

Application

Weaving, braiding, fencing, cable armoring, knitting, tie wire, for redrawn, for binding or forming etc.

Material

low carbon steel wire

Diameter

0.15mm~6.00mm

Tensile strength

350-500MPA, or higher

Zinc coating

Min 12g/m2, min 25g/m2, min 200g/m2,min 300g/m2,610g/m2

Surface treatment

Hot dipped or electro galvanized

Packing

On spools

In small coils of 25-50kg/coil, 10kg/coil

In rosette coil of 100-800kg/coil

Standard

ASTM 641, EN10257-1& EN10244-2

All can be produced according to customers’ requirements.

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Q:Need help with AC wires!?
dear, each color line on the wire, must to CHG in joint, cause the element is created by ohm to handle short circuit of fire.
Q:What is fee for BANK WIRE?
The bank wire fee varies depending on the individual policies of the bank. Some banks charge for wiring, or receiving. Others charge of international wires. Still others may waive wire fees if you have a special relationship with the bank, such as a Premier Customer, or a senior citizen, etc. Check with your bank.
Q:importance of live wires and neutral wires !!?
These two wires provide the voltage difference (called potential difference) that is responsible for driving the current through an appliance. Live and neutral are terms most commonly use with mains electrical supply .. they are equivalent to + (live) and - used with batteries and other DC sources. The live wire is at the higher voltage (most dangerous) and the neutral is usually close to ground voltage (0 V). Both wires together form the complete circuit required for the current .. from the supply (through the live wire) to the appliance and back to the supply (through the neutral wire). In a mains circuit a switch is always connected into the live wire so that the high voltage is disconnected from the appliance. A switch connected in the neutral wire prevents the appliance from working (so it appears to be off) because there is a break in the circuit .. but the high voltage is still connected to the appliance which may be dangerous. For the greatest safety a switch should disconnect both live and neutral wires at the same time.
Q:What do i do with this wire?
The remote wire is for the remote turn on for the amp. It connects to the blue/white wire from the head unit (aftermarket) to the REM terminal on the amp. If your using a stock head unit, you can run the fused (1 amp, added to the blue wire from the fuse panel) blue wire tapped from a fuse that only has power when the car is on to a switch. From the other side of the switch run the same blue wire to the REM terminal on the amp. This allows for full control and you never have to worry about forgetting to turn off the amp.
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:what do the wire colors mean for a clarion PN-2218i car radio?
on the wires it should tell you want the wires are four you should have a red wire black wire.the red is live wire and the back wire is earth wire.and the four you got left is speaker wires
Q:Trying to wire up a toogle swithch for boat light. What wire go were?
Boat Switch
Q:Mitsubishi L300 1993 stereo wiring diagram?
Hi does anyone knows where the stereo looms connect back to .i.e. fused?
Q:how to connect a speaker wire to speaker?
Just get some speaker wire its not that expensive ; go to Wal Mart where they have the TV's and ask for speaker wire or go to the hardwear store and ask for speaker wire or lamp cord thats polorized for the wire you have twist the two golden wires together at both ends and twist the blu and green together at both ends now use the golden for positive and the other for negative.....
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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