Hot zinc coated wire,electro/electric galvanized iron wire for binding

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popular electric galvanized iron wire for binding

 

We can supply super quality Electro Galvanized Iron Wire/ Hot Dipped Galvanized Wire processed with low/hign carbon steel wire, through drawing and electro

galvanizing.Our Fivestar produces Galvanized Wire from choiced low/high carbon steel wire, through the strict process of wire drawing-annealing-acid washing-water clearing-drying-galvanizing

 coiling, in this way, excellent flexibility and tensile strength could be guaranteed.

 

Electric Galvanized Wire

  • Brand: LONGHONG (High Reputation)

  • Standard:  ASTM ,BS,EN

  • Certificate: ISO9001

  • Nominal Dia.: 0.24-5mm 

  • T/S: 300-1200 Mpa

  • Reel : 5-500kg/coil 

  • Packing: By coil , or by spool according to different dia, one water-resistent tag.

 

Applications

       Detonator lead,artware, redrawing    

 

  • Brief introduction>>>>

1)Application:

This kind of industrial wire is mainly used in construction, 

making of wire nails and wire ropes, express way fencing, 

binding of flowers and wire mesh weaving.

2) Material:

Q195 Low Carbon steel wire, mild steel wire

4) Surface: 

Electro Galvanization hot-dipped zinc coated 

5)Diameter:

0.18mm~4.00mm

Tensile strength

320-550MPA

6) Technical Info:

 Tensile strength:340-550 N/mm2 for all sizes 
  Elongation: Min. 10% for all sizes

7) Packing:

2kg~500kg, in small coils, big coils and on spool or drums

9) All can be produced according to customers’ actual requirement.

Electro galvanized iron wire & hot dip galvanized wire&galvanzied iron wire

  

 

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Your fixture is wired as a switch loop. Power comes in at the ceiling box and continues onto other parts of the circuit from there as well. One of the pairs of wires is for the switch. The cable containing the black wire that went to the fixture also contains the white wire that is HOT and is connected to the remaining black wires. All the remaining white wires are neutral and need to be connected together with a wirenut. But before connecting them, also include a white 14-gauge pigtail with the connection. Use a beige or red wirenut. Yellow will be too small. After you've made the wiring connections, simply connect that white pigtail to the white wire of the fixture, and the black wire to the black.
Q:circuit wire resistance problem?
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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.
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