Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire

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Material: Stainless Steel Wire,Iron Wire,Copper Wire,Steel Wire,Black Wire Mesh,Brass Wire,Low-Carbon Iron Wire,Aluminum Wire,Galvanized Steel Wire,PVC Coated Steel Wire,Plastic Coated Iron Wire,Aluminum Alloy Wire,Phosphor Bronze Wire,Galvanized Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round,Rectangle,Oval,Triangle Application: Construction Wire Mesh,Protectiong Mesh,Fence Mesh,Decorative Mesh,Gabion Mesh,Window Curtain,Barbecue Wire Mesh,Cages
Type: Steel Coll,Self-Locking,Galvanized,U Type Wire,Insulated,Flat Wire,Loop Tie Wire Wild in Width: 2.1M,1.8M,1.6M,1.5M,1.1M Surface Treatment: Color Coated,PVC Coated,Black,Coated
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing,Hot Drawing Status: Soft State,In Hard State,Hard State Thickness: Metal Fiber,Metal Microfilament,Metal Filament,Metal Thick Wire
Galvanized Technique: Electro Galvanized,Hot Dipped Galvanized

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1.Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire  Description

Galvanized Iron Wire has the characteristics of thick zinc coating, good corrosion resistance, firm zinc coating, etc. 

Galvanized Iron Wire mainly used in construction, express way fencing, binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving. Galvanized iron wire according to manufacturing technique, it includes hot-dipped galvanized iron wire and electro galvanized iron wire. Mainly telecommunication equipment and materials, medical equipment and device, weaving of wire mesh, steel rope, and filtration mesh, high-pressure pipe, construction, arts and crafts.

2.Main Features of Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire

• Use widely

• Corrosion- resistant

• Durable 

• Practical use

• Beauty Surface

• Versatile


3. Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire Images

Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire


4.Hot GI Wire High Tension 35kg to 50 kg Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Wire Specification:

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We have organized several common questions for our clientsmay help you sincerely 


How about your products

One of the most biggest manufacturer & supplier of wires and wire meshis a large-scale professional UAE Market Electric Galvanised Wire BWG 20 0.7mm Hot Dipped Galvnised Wire  factory in China. Annually more than 10000 tons wires and wire mesh are exported to markets all over the world. Different kinds of wires and mesh are available according to customer’s requirements. 


What is your Technical Information of Galvanized Wire?

1).Material: super carbon steel

2).Processing by drawing, hot-dip zinc-plating

3).Standard wire gauge from 8# to 24#

4).Thick zinc-coating layer

5).Super in corrosion resistance

6).Firm coating layer

7).Custom size available


How long can we receive the product after payment?

In the purchase of Galvanized Iron Wire within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pacific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers. Commonly 15 to 20 working days can be served

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Q:Can anyone interpret this wiring diagram?
Cold Valve one at the lower left of the schematic should have a yellow wire which connects directly to the controller at the P5 .1 terminal. The blue wire will connect with a wire nut to a blue wire which is a common ground for all three valves. Cold valve 2 has an orange wire which connects to the controller at the P5 .4 terminal in the blue wire should connect to the same blue wire but in a different place again with a wire nut. If that isn't clear enough post a picture of the and maybe I can explain it better.
Q:i have two 8 gauge wires...?
Two 8-gauge wires combined are equal to a 5-gauge wire, but that should be close enough for that amp. Make sure each wire has its own fuse near the battery; 40-amp fuses would be a good choice. If you capacitor is connected to ground, and your amp is grounded, then you don't really need a wire between the capacitor's ground terminal and the amp's ground terminal. It doesn't hurt anything, though. If the only ground wire at the amp is the one that runs to the capacitor, then you're better off connecting the amp ground directly to chassis metal.
Q:wire used to bridge subs?
12-14 guage
Q:Is there an alternative to wiring nuts?
There are many different alternatives to wire nuts: split bolts, butt splices, push in wire connectors, terminal blocks, etc. Each has its own unique qualities with pros and cons. However, a properly installed wire nut is a very secure method for connecting wires.
Q:220 wiring?
if the dryer rateing plate says 220 volt 30 amp you can use # 10 stranded wire/ romex 2 colored wires and 1 ground (bare) or insulated green wire.
Q:Quick question about electrical wires.?
Tracey, don't mess around with the electricity. In Australia it's not legal unless your a qualified electrician, of sorts. Get a tradesman to look at the problem, otherwise it could cause a house fire. I can't diagnose the problem because different colour codes are used in different countries. If you were in Australia where we use 240V AC, I would have a guess that the green earth wire is not properly earthed - which would trip the breaker. Don't take my word though - get an electrician to look at it please!
Q:Tension in wire decrease or increase?
Assuming the boom is free to pivot at the wall, and a massless wire, the tension in the wire decreases as the attachment point is moved further up the wall away from the boom. There is a constant vertical force (the weight of the boom and the mass attached to its end) that is a constant component of the tension in the wire. The tension must increase to maintain this constant upward force as the wire approaches the pivot point, because the vertical component of tension is the tension multiplied by the sine of the angle between the wire and the boom. As the angle approaches zero, the tension required to support the boom approaches infinity. Conversely, as you move the end of the wire higher up on the wall, the tension decreases, approaching the combined weight of the boom and the suspended mass as the wire approaches being parallel with the wall. So imagine a sign attached to the side of a skyscraper at street level supported by a wire extending to the top of the building. There will be almost no horizontal component to the tension in the wire and the vertical component will just be the sum of the weight of the wire, the boom, and the attached mass.
Q:home thermostat wiring question.?
Well, unfortunately, this particular Hunter model isn't well-designed for operating heat pumps, which is what I'm assuming you've got, since you've got a W2 (aux heat) wire and and O/B (compressor reversal) wire. Still, you can sorta get it to work, but it might take some trial and error, when it comes to the O/B wire, as I'll explain in a minute. Here's the connections you should make: RH - 24VAC hot - connect to R wire RC - 24VAC cool - Jumper this to the RH connector G - Fan - connect to G wire Y - Compressor - connect to Y1 The O/B wire should connect to EITHER the Y/O or W/B, depending on your heat pump. If the reversing valve of the pump is supposed to operate when it heating mode, then you connect to the W/B terminal. If the reversing valve operates in cooling mode, you connect to the Y/O terminal. The other wires should be taped off with electrical tape and left disconnected. These wires are: W2 - auxiliary heat control - leave disconnected (your thermostat can't activate auxiliary heat) F - not sure what this is, to be honest; it might be for controlling a thermostat system check LED C - 24VAC common. Your thermostat doesn't need it.
Q:Physics - Current Carrying Wires?
force between two current carrying wires per unit length = 10^-7*2i_1*i_2/a if current is in same direction force is attractive else repulsive.. now you use this and solve yourself.. as it is not clear from the data you provided.. whether the wire 3 is in middle or left end or right end.. but i have told you the concept.. i hope this helps.. if u need more help provide me with the image
Q:Ceiling Fan wiring question - 2 white wires and 2 black wires in ceiling?
if you have separated the wires from one another you have created a small problem which will require that you determine which pair are bringing the power in (line) You can buy a cheap 2-wire tester which us always a useful tool to have around. with the power on, carefully touch the the tester to one pair at a time (a black and white wire- don't let any of the wires touch each other, and the tester should light up. the other pair are running to the switch. note which pair is which. Have the switch extended out of the wall so that you can examine the wiring. Using wire nuts, ( the plastic screw-on caps) attach the hot black to the white wire of the non-hot pair and shove deep into the box out of your are done with it.. that will deliver the power to the switch and now the black from the non-hot pair will bring it back to the fan becoming your new hot wire controlled now by the switch.. the switch should have the white wire and the black wire from the same pair attached to it..) the white wire from your remote receiver will attach to the white wire from ceiling box and the black and blue (light)wires from the receiver will connect with wire nuts to the newly established hot black. SWITCH AT WALL SHOULD NOW BE OFF. you can now continue the fan installation. Be mindful of the fact that the remote receiver slides into the space in the fan mounting bracket and there is very little room to get the receiver and all the connected wires in and under the canopy/cover. being as neat as posible with your wiring and wire placement is essential. good luck.

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