Magnesium Alloy Wires AZ31 AZ91 AZ61 for Welding from China

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1.Application and characteristics of Magnesium Alloy Wires:

.Standard carried out: SJ/T 11223-2000, ASTM B 566-93, copper clad aluminum wire 
.The wire is divided into two mechanical statuses: Annealed (A) and Hard drawn (H), and two kinds of copper percentage in volume: 10% and 15%


2.Instructions on application of Magnesium Alloy Wires:

  1.  .DC Resistivity: The resistivity rate of CCA 1.5 times than Copper Line

     .Good corrosion resistance

     . Light weight and low cost

  2.  .Good weldability 

3.Alloy grade and chemical composition 

AZ31S

GB/T 5153

Elements

Al

Zn

Mn

Si

Fe

Cu

Ni


Others,total

Min %

2.40

0.50

0.15







Max %

3.60

1.50

0.4

0.10

0.005

0.05

0.005


0.3 

 

AZ61S

GB/T 5153

Elements

Al

Zn

Mn

Si

Fe

Cu

Ni

Others,total

Min %

5.50

0.5

0.15






Max %

6.50

1.50

0.40

0.10

0.005

0.05

0.005

0.3 

 

AZ91D

GB/T 5153

Elements

Al

Zn

Mn

Si

Fe

Cu

Ni

Be

Others,total

Min %

8.5

0.45

0.17





0.0005


Max %

9.5

0.90

0.40

0.08

0.004

0.025

0.001

0.003

0.3

 

AZ92A

AWS A5.19-1992

Elements

Al

Zn

Mn

Si

Fe

Cu

Ni

Be

Others,total

Min %

8.3

1.7

0.15





0.0002


Max %

9.7

2.3

0.50

0.05

0.005

0.05

0.005

0.0008

0.3


4. Magnesium Alloy Wires image:

Magnesium Alloy Wires AZ31 AZ91 AZ61 for Welding from ChinaMagnesium Alloy Wires AZ31 AZ91 AZ61 for Welding from China


5.FAQ

We have organized several common questions for our clients,may help you sincerely: 

①How about your company

A world class manufacturer & supplier of castings forging in carbon steel and alloy steelis one of the large-scale professional investment casting production bases in China,consisting of both casting foundry forging and machining factory. Annually more than 8000 tons Precision casting and forging parts are exported to markets in Europe,America and Japan. OEM casting and forging service available according to customer’s requirement.

②How to guarantee the quality of the products

We have established the international advanced quality management systemevery link from raw material to final product we have strict quality testWe resolutely put an end to unqualified products flowing into the market. At the same time, we will provide necessary follow-up service assurance.

③How long can we receive the product after purchase?

In the purchase of product within three working days, We will arrange the factory delivery as soon as possible. The pecific time of receiving is related to the state and position of customers.Commonly 7 to 10 working days can be served.

 

Q:When I am wiring my sub to my amp, what gauge of wire should I use? The sub is 750 rms and the amp is 700 rms. And how do I wire a 2 ohm sub DVC to a 2 ohm stable amp?
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Q:im gettin a amp and sub for my car and was wondering how would i make a wiring kit for it ... i have basic knolage of wires but thats about it thanks in advance
the wiring kit is usually: - low gauge cable of certain length (x2) - rca cable of a certain length (x1) - small power connect cable (x1) seeing as these things are already pretty much in their simplest form, I don't see the practicality of making your own wiring kit. just buy one.
Q:I understand how to wire sprinkler valves in theory. But in practice, how is it done. For instance, starting at the last valves in the run, the common wire is attached, but in a 7-strand wire, you may only use 3 colored wires or so. What do you do with the unused wires? Just leave them dangling? Cap them off with a grease cap? Then, as you arrive at the next set of valves, do you cut the entire strand and splice, or just cut out the individual colored wires that you need to wire those valves?
well if you have a few extra strands in the cable, they may be used in the future if you add on to the sprinkler system with more valves. or to help troubleshoot wiring problems. no need to cap the unused wires, just cut them and leave them our company leaves enough of the wire in the valve box, to be able to pull out the connection for service. make sure you leave enough wire to service the valves and their connections easlily.. we then wrap the unused cables around the used wires and the connections. keeps the valve box nice and neat, and ready to be serviced if needed. the next set of valves, the best way is to cut the whole cable and splice them back. it is just easier. again, make sure you leave a good bit of wire in the box so you can service it easily. i work on sprinkler systems for a living. one pet peeve is when a connection is not in the valve box, but inthe ground around it, b/c some one cut the wire too short.then i will have to dig up the connnections and repair them, instead of just doing it through the valve box without messing up the customer's yard. and by the way, grease caps arent the best way of sealing wire connections. the best way for irrigation is with the orange wire nuts, and seal them with Dri-Splice. from my dad's over 20 years of expericence and my last few years, this is the best way. good luck and hope this helps.
Q:hello,i have lots of 8 gauge wire resting at my closet. And i'm very interested on doing the big 3 upgrade to my 2000 mitsubishi eclipse gt. May i see any improvement with 8 gauge wire?...i know that at least 4 gauge is recommended...but i dont want to spend money.
Go cheap, get cheap. Improvement, maybe. But heres a secenario: current draw exceeds capacity of 8 gauge wire, insulation melts, positive wire grounds out, lots of smoke, fire.... no wait... FIRE! Oh s**t that's gonna cost me..... (a lot more than 4 gauge wire I'll bet...)
Q:What's the thickness, or measurement for the last or thickest wire?
some people have just a thin wire that's called a chain(its pretty much any colour you want elastic that stretches from one side to the other), some have a metal chain which is a lot thicker. it all depends on your teeth.
Q:I have a JVC KD-R210 does it have a wire fore it or what do I do
it's the blue wire with the white strip on your head unit
Q:I'm trying to wire a Sony L410X stereo to my 2002 Chevy Silverado 1500. I don't want to use a wiring harness, so I'm trying to figure out how to splice the wires together. I don't know how to hook the power wires up correctly. Obviously hooking the speakers up will be easy. I've tried looking at the wiring diagram but it seems like on the stereo system diagram it's positive and negative whereas the truck wiring is not identifying the negative wiring, just 12v+ Constant and 12v+ Switching. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!
Some people like doing things against all odds, so knock yourself out. 2002 Chevrolet Silverado C1500 Radio Wiring Instructions Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Pink Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green Car Audio Rear Speakers Size: N/A Car Audio Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue
Q:my questions is what wires go where. i just bought a Hunter thermostat model # 44155c. on my old thermostat the wires are as followes:W2-jumps to quot;F(Yellow Wire)F-Yellow WireO/B-Light Green WireR-Red WireG-Dark GreenC-Red Wire Y-Yellow WireMy new thermostat has these options:RH, RC, G, Y/O, W/B, Y1can anyone tell me what wires go where?thank you
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:I am changing an outside light with a inside wall switch there is 2 cables going to the outside box. ( 3 wires -white w/red line wire and black wire and green ground wire ) other cable 3 wires is white wire and black wire and green ground wire.On the inside switch is 3 wires white wire a black wire a green ground wire.for some reason it is not working, can any one tell me how to wire and or test for power. thank you
Sounds like, cable #1 is coming from the Service Panel. The white ( with red line?) is the Neutral and connects to the white wire coming from the light fixture. The black is the Hot and connects to the black of the other cable set. The grounds all connect together and a pig tail should be fastened to the box if it is metal. The white wire from the other cable set should have black tape wrapped around the end to re-identify it as Hot and it should connect to the black wire coming from the light fixture. At the switch, connect the black to one terminal and wrap black tape on the white wire end and connect it to the other terminal. The ground should connect to the green ground terminal and if it has a metal box,pig tail to that.
Q:Ok I've been changing the old outlets in the house and all of them were fine until I got to this 1 outlet. The outlet had 1 ground wire, 2 white and 2 black (if that helps). The wires were a little chewed up looking so when I went to wrap the upper white wire to its screw it broke and now the wire won't reach the screw and certain lights in the house won't turn on because of it. I probably should have left it alone because of the condition of the wires but its too late now so how do I go about getting the wire to reach its screw ? Thanks
The white wire can have a 6 inch* pigtail extension attached to it at the same you spice them together with a wire nut or crimp followed by taping. I'm wondering about the two hot wires though. You didn't say if they too broke apart or were connected separately to the old outlet. If they broke, the same thing can be done for them as you would the white (common) wires. If one half of the old outlet was isolated to respond to a light switch, there's a small break off piece on the outlet that needs to be taken off before you connect them. If you have a meter or a neon tester, it would be good to see which one responds to the switch if you don't know by now. If they were both connected to the outlet without isolation, pigtail them as you did the common and connect one wire only. (The outlet shouldn't be used as the connector between two wires. It wasn't designed for this.) Finally, wrap a couple of turns of tape around the outlet to cover the screws that the wire connects to as it will make further service safer. As most jacks are well marked for polarized hook up, it's hard to see what the writing (if any) is on the back even in good light. Remember the short slot runs hot. Somehow, that's always been the easiest way for me to not forget. *More if you need and there's room in the box. But 6 is standard.

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