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

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 does it mean when they say a lead to a wire?
the lead is the wires showing. lead wire can also mean attaching a wire and feed it through a wall attach other end to the wire and pull it through. Now if you need both ends to have wire showing take a utility knife firmly place wire on block of wood and lightly cut through the caseing. thats the thick wire that en cases the other wires and peal back and then cut it off. then carefully hold blade of utility knife and wire aganst your thumb on a 45 degrees away from you and pull that will strip the plastic off the wires hope that answers your question dave
Q:Ground wire length is larger than the natural wire length causing problems?
Check and make sure its grounded properly,if your in a high surge area look into a surge meter from your electricity company.Peace of mind,no need for buying surge protectors and wishing they work.Any lose will be insured by electric company.
Q:how do u wire a lamp?
for battery charlieC for house supply put the switch in the live wire and not on the neutral.
Q:GFCI outlet with 6 wires?
You need to find which set of wires is the feed 1st. Turn off breaker for that circuit disconnect wires . Then turn breaker back on . Which black wire is hot ? Remember which black wire has power. Then shut off breaker again . The black wire that is hot gets connected to your line voltage connection side ( Gold screw on outlet ) the white wire goes to the other line voltage side ( Silver screw ) . The other black and white wire gets connected to the load side of the GFI . If the screws are all the same color for some reason . Remember the longer slot is always the neutral or white wire . The smaller slot is the black or hot wire . Ground to the green screw .Turn breaker back on and test .
Q:I have a question about insulating wires?
If you are asking if you can electrically make cold like you can electrically make heat, you cannot, physics just doesn't allow it. Any device that is known to make cold does it by forcing the heat to go elsewhere, either by air or plumbing. If you mean you want to keep something at temperature, you need thermal insulation.
Q:How to wire fixture to switch?
black is always hot - white is nuetral and another is the switch - and of course green is ground - you have the hot correct - but you arent hooked to the switch leg is all
Q:Wrapping copper wires?
its the TROLL
Q:Spark plugs and plug wires?
Plug wires carry low Amp, High Voltage (15 to 40,000 Volts) to the Plugs from the Distributor to Fire the fuel Air mixture Under Pressure in the Cylinders. Replace wires if they are Cracked, Burnt at the Contacts or Even Just Old, Wires should be 3 to 400 OHMS and the do get Old and Warn out.
Q:Does burnt wire still let electricity flow?
It would help to know exactly what you're trying to do here. Like Gary said, I'm not sure what you mean by inside those wires they have insulation. I'm trying to guess what you're trying to do here and you say you need to connect some wires. Are you trying to connect two sets of insulated wires together? If so, I'm guessing that you needed to strip the insulation off of the ends of the wires to expose the conductors and connect together? If that's the case, usually we use a wire stripper or a small razor blade to cut the insulator around the wire and then pull off the sheath, leaving clean wire underneath. Burning the insulation off is not going to make copper wire not work (if you oxidized the copper, you'd have to heat it way hotter than a typical flame, and it would not be metal any more--it would be crispy). So if you still have flexible metal left over after burning off the insulation, then you still have a conductor. The problem, and the reason why we don't usually burn off insulation is that you're going to end up with a bunch of burnt up goo and oxides on the surface of your wire which will make it not connect well with another wire surface to surface. You can probably solve this problem by lightly sanding or scratching the burnt parts of the wires. Or just cut off the burnt part and try stripping it with a blade instead. Then make sure to insulate your connection with electrical tape or something so that you don't have bare wires that can touch each other and short out. If you're trying to do something different, please explain more. In general, though, you're not going to ruin copper by burning it, but you will tend to coat the outside of the wire with stuff that doesn't insulate well. You want shiny copper when you are connecting two pieces together.
Q:Tap and cutting wires?
The instructions seem pretty straight-forward. T-Taps and squeeze-connectors are basically the same thing; achieving the same results, which is to add a connection to an existing wire without interrupting the line. Just make sure you use the right size and type, meaning; don't use a low-voltage connector for a high-voltage application... You'd just fry it up. For the cut wires, I'd use crimp-connectors and some shrink-wrap. Again, using the correct connector. You can use wire-nuts, but the crimp-connectors are a more permanent fix. Good luck to ya.

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