Hot Dipped Galvanized Military Concertina Razor Wire Bto-22

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Material: Stainless Steel Wire,Galvanized Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round Application: Protectiong Mesh,Fence Mesh
Type: Steel Coll,Galvanized Wild in Width: 1.1M Surface Treatment: galvanized
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing Status: Hard State Thickness: Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Hot Dipped Galvanized,Electro Galvanized

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BTO-22 Hot dipped Galvanized Military Concertina Razor Wire

Razor wire is also named concertina wire, razor barbed wire, fencing wire, or razor type barbed wire. It is a kind of modern security fencing materials with better protection and fencing strength made of hot-dipped galvanized steel sheets or stainless steel sheets.
With beautiful and sharp blades and strong core wire, razor wire has the features of secure fencing, easy installation, age resistance and other properties

 

I. Razor Wire Materials:

 

Blade: steel plate by one-time punching moulding

          or stainless steel plate by one-time punching moulding

 

Wire: hot dipped galvanized metal wire

          hot dipped galvanized steel wire

         or stainless steel wire

 

 

II. Surface Treatment:

electro galvanized, hot dipped galvanized or PVC coated

 

III. Usual Specifications:

ModelThicknessWire DiameterLengthWidthSpacing
BTO-100.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm12±1mm13mm26mm
BTO-120.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm12±1mm15mm26mm
BTO-180.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm18±1mm15mm33mm
BTO-220.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm22±1mm15mm34mm
BTO-280.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm28±1mm15mm34mm
BTO-300.5±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm30±1mm18mm34mm
CBT-600.6±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm60±1mm32mm96mm
CBT-650.6±0.05mm2.5±0.1mm65±1mm21mm100mm

PS: CBT: barbed tape concertina

      BTO: barbed tape obstacle
 

Bto-22 Hot Dipped Galvanized Military Concertina Razor Wire


Bto-22 Hot Dipped Galvanized Military Concertina Razor Wire
Bto-22 Hot Dipped Galvanized Military Concertina Razor Wire

Razor Wire Packing Details

1. compression rolls, 5rolls, 10rolls, or more rolls as one bundle

2. water-proof paper inside with woven bag outside

3. 1roll, 3rolls or 5rolls in one carton

4. as customer request


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Q:what are the electrical used in wiring plan?
wire Straight line, junction box -x switch x with a line Thur it out let sq with dots motors circle with line Thur it the only time I know of a symbol is used is in schematics house wiring just shows where the main box is switches ,lights motors , outlets , voltage
Q:wiring a new thermostat?
This is an educated guess, even though we don't know how the furnace is wired. In many cases, the blue wire is used for C (common). Tape off or snip off the end of the blue wire and don't use it. Put the red wire on the RC terminal. Jump RC to R or RH if you have heat. Connect the other wires to their corresponding terminals. If blue is common, there's a good chance you blew the fuse on the control board (if your air handler has one) and/or you fried the transformer. That is, if you tried turning on the A/C.
Q:Force Between Two Wires?
For a current I1 = 14.2 Amperes and radial separation between wires r =0.076 m, the magnetic field at wire 2 is B =0.000037368 Tesla If current I2 = 21 Amperes then the force per meter is F/ΔL =0.000784 Newtons/m hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hba... Goodbye
Q:stove wiring?
The new 4 wire receptacle needs a 4 wire circuit. It will have a white, a green or bare for ground, and a black and red for x and y.
Q:fuses protect what?circuit breakers,equipment,wire,or people?
Fuses, standard circuit breakers and the like, unless -extremely- carefully designed are made to protect real-estate, no more. Not even a GFIC device is 100% effective nor are any of them designed to protect against stupidity. If one deliberately inserts one's self into a circuit, one will be injured. There are certain types of fuses (and breakers) that are designed to protect equipment - an example of such is the dual-element fuse that can sustain a high surge on start-up, but will fail at 'design' amps after that surge. There are breakers that are similarly designed. No fuse can be a ground-fault device. But, the bottom line is that fuses are load-based and are designed to fail based on a function (also designed) of excess-load-over-time. A very small excess load will be tolerated for a much longer time than a dead-short (infinite load), as extreme examples. And fuses are more-or-less sized to the wire feeding from them and its theoretical capacity. So it may be argued in a full discussion that fuses are to protect real-estate first, wire second, and in a few deliberately and carefully matched cases the equipment attached to the wire. As fuses are 100% load based, they cannot protect people unless their maximum design load is less than 1/4 watt at 10,000 ohms (what a human being equates to as a resistor).
Q:How do you solder wires together?
JUST USE BLACK TAPE ,MAKES IT EASIER TO DEAL WITH LATER
Q:Wire Gage?
seriously, who would use 14 guage wire for your subs? I am running 1000+ watts With an Alpine 4 channel and a Diamond Audio Sub amp, not some cheap Sony, Jensen, Audiobahn or the like. I have an 8 guage power/ground wire to my dvd player, 4 guage to each amp, i run 8 guage pwer wire for my speaker wire to my subs. my remote wire runs relayed thru 16 guage
Q:Kitten chews wires?
I have a cat who is petrified of wires - she too chewed them when she was a kitten, and each time she did I would creep up on her and then shout 'bang!' really loud. She soon learned that chewing wires = scary loud noise and stopped. It does mean though, if ever there is a wire anywhere, now, she won't go anywhere near it. If there's one she doesn't know about and gets too close before suddenly noticing it, she shoots up into the air like a skyrocket......perhaps we went a bit overboard on the scaring her things when she chewed them, but we were more scared of her electrocuting herself than being afraid of a few wires! So, if you want him to stop, that's what you've got to do! To everyone saying spray water - did you not learn about water and electricity in school?!!!!
Q:Wrapping copper wires?
its the TROLL
Q:Will spliting wire halve voltage?
No, each will carry 12v. I wouldn't advise physically splitting the wire though - you loose the insulation which is dangerous and you reduce the size of the wire which means that it may not be suitable for high current and could melt.

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