U Tie Wire, Loop Tie Wire (Double Loop & Single Loop)

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Material: Iron Wire Cross Sectional Shape: Round Application: Construction Wire Mesh
Type: U Type Wire,Loop Tie Wire Wild in Width: 1.1M Surface Treatment: Black
Metal Wire Drawing: Cold Drawing Status: In Hard State Thickness: Metal Thick Wire

Product Description:

Tie Wire is popularly used in construction,packing,agriculture, handicrafts or daily use. WeiCai have four types of tie wire:straight tie wire; U tie wire;single tie wire;double loop tie wire
 

Straight Tie Wire

Wire Dia: 2gauge - 30gauge(0.3mm-7mm)
Cut Length: 2" - 200"
Any metal material is ok. 
Package: 2kgs,2.5kgs,10kgs cartons or packaged as per customer's requirements. 
 

U Tie Wire

Wire Dia: 18Gauge -22Gauge (0.7mm to 1.2mm). 
Wire Material: Electric galvanized iron wire, hot-dip zinc-plating iron wire, black iron wire. 
Length: 25-55cm
Package: 20 or 25kgs/ctn
 

Single Loop Baling Wire

Single Tie Wire is know as Baling wire, otherwise known as bale wire, farm wire, or soft wire, is a type of wire used in an agricultural setting and industrial setting for everything from mending fences to manually binding a rectangular bale of hay, straw, or cut grass. 
Wire Dia: 10Gauge-12Gauge(2.5mm-3.5mm) 
Wire Material: Fine low carbon black wire (black annealed wire),Galvanized wire,Stainless steel wire,PVC coated wire 
Length: 2.5m, 3m,3.5m,up to 7.5m 
Package:100-250pcs/bundle
 

Double Loop Tie Wire

Double Loop Baling Wire

Wire Dia: 21gauge -16gauge(0.8mm-1.6mm)
Wire Material: Fine low carbon black wire (black annealed wire),Galvanized wire,Stainless steel wire,PVC coated wire 
Length: 4" - 16" 
Package:  500,1000,2000,5000pieces/bundle,then in gunny bag or paper carton.


Galvanized Tie Wire, Baling Wire, U Tie Wire, Loop Tie Wire (Double Loop & Single Loop) , Straight Cut Wire, Wire Bag Ties, Hank Tie Wire

Galvanized Tie Wire, Baling Wire, U Tie Wire, Loop Tie Wire (Double Loop & Single Loop) , Straight Cut Wire, Wire Bag Ties, Hank Tie Wire
Galvanized Tie Wire, Baling Wire, U Tie Wire, Loop Tie Wire (Double Loop & Single Loop) , Straight Cut Wire, Wire Bag Ties, Hank Tie Wire

                                 
 


Gage No.       

       BWG(mm)      

  
      Metric(mm)       
 

8

4.191

4.00

9

3.759

4.00

10

3.404

3.50

11

3.048

3.00

12

2.769

2.80

13

2.413

2.50

14

2.108

2.50

15

1.829

1.80

16

1.651

1.65

17

1.473

1.40

18

1.245

1.20

19

1.067

1.00

20

0.8886

0.90

21

0.8128

0.80

22

0.7109

0.70

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Q:How do I wire my guitar?
Matt, okorder.com/... The fact that the pickguard is pre-wired should make things a little simpler...in fact, if you post a picture, I could help. Without that, I can only make an educated guess. You said there are 3 wires? Well, I suspect that 2 of them are grounds. If you have a multi-tester, you can easily verify which of the two wires go to ground. Just touch one probe to the body of the volume or tone control, and the other to the wire. If you have continuity, it's a ground wire. If you follow them back to the source, both ground wires are probably soldered to the body of a volume or tone control. One ground goes to the bridge/spring assembly. The other should go to the output jack. You'll notice that the jack has two connections. One is the hot wire and the other is ground. You'll need to figure out which of the two wires is the ground, and which connection it goes to on the output jack. Look at the diagram in my link. See the wire that comes from the middle of volume control? That's the hot wire and it should connect to the part of the jack that contacts the tip of the plug at the end of your guitar cable. The other wire connects to the part of the jack that contacts the sleeve of the plug. If you look closely at the jack, you should be able to figure out which connection goes to the long prong. The prong is the one that makes contact with the tip of the plug....and this is where your hot (+) wire goes. Ground (-) to bridge-------------→ Ground (-) to output jack-------→ body/sleeve of jack Signal (+) to output jack--------→ tip connection of jack
Q:Wiring new appliance to copper wiring in house?
Most building wire is copper, UL wouldn't allow dangerous cords to be used with normal wire.
Q:wiring diagram for hunter ceiling fan?
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Q:Old speaker wire cause?
The only way I could see old wire causing what you describe is if there is a lot of oxidation on the part where it is making contact. It is possible, but not likely and just simply jiggling things should cause the oxidation to come off, if that is what it is.
Q:why we use 19 wires for AWG wire ? why we cant use 10 wire ?
YOUR QUESTION IS NOT CLEAR IF YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT 19 # WIRE THEN ................ IT DEPENDS ON THE LOAD #10 is more thicker than # 19 and hence can bear the more load of current / more Amps of current
Q:will the different length of speaker wire effect the amp performance?
It depends on the impedance of the speakers; but 25 feet should not be a problem as long as your speakers are not less than 4 ohm, if your speakers are rated at 4 ohm you might want to use 14 gauge wire as 25 feet is considered the maximum length for 16 gauge wire..either way 14 gauge or 16 gauge wire with 4 ohm speakers and above should not damage your amp, 16 gauge wire may effect performance a little...if you are talking about different length wire to each speaker then you should use 12 gauge wire to the longer length and 16 gauge wire to the shorter length.....and even then you may notice some differance in preformance but that would keep it to a minimum...
Q:Remote wire for car subwoofer?
Assuming that you're talking about an after-market head unit, the remote output should be blue/white. If there's no blue/white, look for a blue wire, but if you see both wires then use the blue/white. The solid blue wire is typically a power antenna output, and won't keep your amp turned on when you select the CD player or another source. If you have a stock radio, then I'd suggest connecting your remote wire to the power wire at your cigarette lighter, below the radio. That's typically a key-switched wire in a Civic.
Q:Where do you wire amp speaker outputs?
ideally you want to wire directly from the amp to the door speakers with new speaker wire but doing this properly requires removing some of the trimming and passing the new wires throughout the car. you can also take the easier route and pass the wires from your amp up under the steering wheel behind the center console and splice them into the existing wires going to the door speakers. as long as the wattage isn't very high the latter shouldn't be a problem. however, if it were up to me i would use new wires and pass them throughout the car, removing the trimmings, etc. this can be somewhat of a pain to do if you have never done it before though.
Q:Will spliting wire halve voltage?
SAME 12V ON BOTH WIRES.
Q:Resistivity of wire in context of home?
Greater wire length will certainly give you a higher resistance. Since heat is measured in watts, and watts (W) =I^2R, where I=Current and R= resistance, then if you double the resistance of a wire (by making it twice as long) you also double the ammount of watts lost in the wire. Since watts equates to heat, this ammount of heat will make the wire hotter. If you use an extension lead, and wind it round a drum, it can get very hot indeed.

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