Welded Wire Mesh Electro

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1. Welding style:

 Hot dipped galvanized after or before welding

 Electro galvanized after or before welding

2. Use:

Welded wire mesh is used in industry and agriculture building, transportation and mining for all such purposes as poultry houses, egg baskets, runway enclosures, draining rack, fruit drying screen, fence.

3.Features of welded wire mesh:

Made of high quality steel wire.

Various configurations and sizes.

Used for the loose strata to avoid falling rocks.

Suitable for shotcrete applications.

Range of sizes to suit roadway width and bolting patterns.

Easy installation

Available in black or hot dip galvanized

Size of wire aperture: 50x50mm,100x100mm,150x150mm,200x200mm, or according to customer request.

Max length:6mm

Width:1200mm,1700mm,2400mm, or according to customer request.

Diameter of steel wire:3.15mm,4mm,5mm,6mm. or  according to customer request


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Q:How do I reattach wires accidentally cut on my headphones?
I totally agree with Mr. Smith. However, I would use heat shrink tubing for a neater look than the tape.
Q:How to wire these speakers?
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Q:How do I wire my VHF Radio?
I would say the red wire is your power 12 V + side, The bigger black one would be you ground or - side , and the remaining two wires are for the speeker
Q:need help with wiring deck?
2000 GMC Yukon Car Stereo Wiring Schematic Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Brown Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Gray Car Stereo Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: N/A Car Stereo Amplifier 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 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:Sony EXR-10 am/fm/cassette wiring?
factory radios have extra wires that are not needed with an aftermarket install most of the time (wires that control the dimmer on the radio, speed sensitive volume) you will need three power wires (constant, ignition, and ground), plus your speaker wires use a test light to test your wires, usually at the radio the yellow wire is your constant, the red is your ignition, and black is always ground to find your constant use the test light, it will be hot at all times so that your radio can remember the time, and your settings- next you need your ignition, it is only hot when the key is on or in the accessory position, to tell the radio when to come on- the ground is self explanatory to find which wires go to what speakers all you need is a 9v battery, put the positive end to a wire and test all of the other wires to the negative side and you will hear a crackling noise from a speaker when you have the right combination
Q:problem with wiring headunit?
The orange wire may be an illumination wire that controls the illumination or brightness of the head unit's lights when the car's headlights are turned on. You have two grounds because one is a chassis ground used to ground the metal frame on your head unit to the car's ground. Your head unit may or may not have an input for the illumination wire, in which case you need to remove it. I would also ground the head unit's frame using the second ground wire. Try looking online for the pinouts for your particular car's factory head unit. This will take the guesswork out of the install.
Q:Fire Alarm low voltage wire colorcode?
Black is hot in AC voltage white is your neutral
Q:Backup Camera Wiring?
You can remove your tail light and tap into the reverse wire there. It is easy to find just look at your reverse light bulb and use a multimeter to test for positive and negative (that would be the right way to do it at least). If your wanting to have the camera able to be on all the time and viewed from the headunit then you would need to wire the camera to switched accessory so it has power when the car is on and hook up your head units wiring (which you will need to do anyway to make the h/u switch to b/u cam when you go into reverse) to the reverse wire.
Q:What is a short in a wire?
Short in a wire is when two wires either don't connect cuz they're not long enough, OR when the wires start to smoke or burn or catch on fire.
Q:why we use 19 wires for AWG wire ? why we cant use 10 wire ?
The geometry required to make a stranded circular cable, dictates the use of 7, 13, 19, etc strands. Your question is clear, and the practical reason for using 19 strands in some stranded cables is equally clear. Large cables have to be stranded, so that they can be wound on cable drums for transportation, or installed on-site with bends. Solid cables would not easily allow this. Seven strands can be used for smaller cables. SINGLE core stranded as well as solid core cables use less insulation and take-up less space when circular. So the question is, what is the BEST way to arrange the strands to provide a circular shape? Start one central strand. Six more strands fit very well around the central strand. Total strands is now 7. Try this with seven coins about the same diameter. There is room to place six more strands (or coins) in each of the slight openings between the outer sides of the first six strands. This fitting in also locks the shape of the bunch of strands. Total strands is now 13. Six new, but larger gaps appear between the outers of the last laid six strands. Filling these gaps with the final six strands, results in a shape which is a cross between a circle and a hexagon. Total strands is now 19. Cords can be used as a filler to make the bundle more circular in shape. Only 7, 13, 19, etc strands will give this near circular shape. 14,15,16, 17,18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,......strands will NOT give a near circular shape to a cable. Try it with, 19 similar diameter coins or washers or copy out 19 circles in CAD. As more 'circles' are added the fit gets worse. Both the shape and fit can be improved by using different diameter strands for part of the assembly. This is basic to all cables, electrical as well as mechanical.

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