Soft Annealed Tie Wire

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Black annealed wire is made of high-quality iron wire, mainly used as tie wire or binding wire in construc

Black annealed wire is made of high-quality iron wire, mainly used as tie wire or binding wire in construction work.
We produce the annealed wire with high quality low carbon raw materials through wire drawing, anneal process. Its soft and has good stretching resistance. The finished products are smeared with slushing oil. So they are not apt to rust. We can tie up the products according to customers requirements, ranged from1 to 50 kg each bundle. And we can also make the annealed wire into U type carbon steel wire, straight cut wire etc.

It is mainly used as tie wire or binding wire in construction.

Standard specification: Wire diameter from 0. 229mm-4. 19mm

Packing: Generally inner plastic and outer flax, of course, we can also pack according to our customers' requirements.

Material:carbon steel wire

Surface:  Black annealed soft wire without oil

Diamter:  16ga,16.5ga,17ga,18ga

Tensile strength:30--50kgs/mm2

Packing:  3.5lbs,3.125lbs,2.5lbs or 3lbs

              16 coils or 20 coils per carton

              24 cartons or 36 cartons or 48 cartons per pallet

              13 pallets or 20 pallets or 24 pallets per 20'GP

Black annealed rebar tie wire is made of iron wire, mainly used as tie wire or binding wire in construction. We can produce annealed wire ranges from 16ga,16.5ga,17ga,18ga , customers orders are also acceptable.

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To wire an amp to a certain ohm load depends on the speakers..... not the amp .... the amp just has to be stable at the ohm load you wire the speakers to.....but there's your next problem , that amp is NOT 1 ohm stable.... Its 2 ohm stereo and 4 ohm bridged stable.
Q:where can i find a wiring diagram for a nissan frontier 2002 wires going into stereo?
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Q:what kind of wire can I use?
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Q:Net force on perpendicular wires?
I didn't read the question so I was carefully working out the force. The wire is perpendicular to the first wire, so using the right hand rule you discover that the field it creates is PARALLEL to the first wire at this left end. The magnetic force is caused by the component which is PERPENDICULAR to the wire which is in fact zero. So there is no magnetic force at this point. As you move along the wire you get a diminishing amount of magnetism caused by the wire which is going out of the page but that field has a component which is DOWN the page. Therefore that part of the wire experiences a force which is into the page. ( take your right hand, put the thumb along the wire pointing to the right, the fingers point down the page, the palm points into the page which is then the direction of the force) I would be surprised if you were required to work out the magnitude of the force in this context. You can't use F= ILB because both the magnitude and the direction of the field varies at different points along the wire. If the perpendicular wire had been directly below the middle of the other wire there would have been no net force. If you were of a level where working out the force was appropriate you would need to set up the formula for B at various points along the wire, taking the vertical component only and integrate this over the range from 0 to 5 cm. Not a trivial mathematical task.
Q:Spark Plug Wire Problems?
I have to agree with striped tomato he's right on the money, It's ok to to put nthe plug wires on the way you did it (short to long) how ever you most have placed one of the wires in the wrong spot, just recheck your wires you will be back on the road shortly,By the way your coil pack should be numbered #1 cylinder is next to the coil pack The short wire , next to that is # 3 then #4 and the long wire is # 2.
Q:Buying wires to hook up subs. ?
the main question is how powerful is your amp? 500RMS 8 gage should suffise for power wire 1000RMS 4 gage 2000RMS 0 gage or start thinking of getting another battery for the boot. remember. you earth must be just as good as the power wire. and hooked to a solid piece of metal. if you are wondering wire to the subs if it is no longer than 3 foot from the amp to the subs 12g will be fine if it is 3-6 foot go 10 gage. your amp shouldn't be over 6 foot from the subs.
Q:Wire my sub?
if you wire that sub at 2 ohm you might supply too much power and make it jump out of the basket. i would wire it at 4 ohm and allow it to get just enough power. a + on the sub to a + on the amp and on the same voice coil the - to the - on the amp and connect the + and - on the other voice coil together
Q:How do I hook up a four wire stove with three wires?
Your four-wire stove has a terminal where you can connect the bare/green and white wires together, most have a jumper to connect the two terminals. You don't want to leave any wires unconnected. The other two wires (red black) are connected the same way between 3-wire and 4-wire units. You'll have to buy a 3-wire cable for your stove to plug it into the 3-wire receptacle. The new code requires 4-wire connections. The bare/green wire and the white neutral wire are run back to the circuit breaker panel separately at which point the are connected together on a buss bar.
Q:2000 chevy EGR wiring?
Connector view for the GM linear EGR valve are as follows: Pin# A=gray/w black wire,Pin# B=solid black wire,Pin# C=brown/w white wire,Pin# D=brown/w white wire(see note) and Pin# E=solid red wire! NOTE since pin C+D have the same color wire the correct wire must be identified by checking the voltage with the KOEO (key on engine off) the right brown/w white wire should have a 5volt reference voltage with the key on engine off! Hope this helps.

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