core wire

core wire

[′kȯr ‚wīr]
(metallurgy)
Copper wire having a steel core, often used for antennas.
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'Invisible' features a laser etched criss-cross pattern and visible sandblasted core wire in the crystal acetate frame.
This wire guide combines the features of a nitinol access wire guide and a Teflon fixed core wire guide into a single device.
Besides, when multiple wires are bunched together, the core wire T1 of the bunch is affected most severely by the neighborhood wires mutual inductance and proximity effect, and its impedance change is larger compared to being laid alone.
Wire Sizes: 0.025”(0.6mm) - 0.030”(0.8mm) mig wire 0.030”(0.8mm) - 0.035” Flux core wire
In addition to Otis bore brushes being roll stamped with the brush number, all brushes will now feature a color-coded core wire.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-5 October 2009-AT&T's CWA core wire line employee members ratify three year agreement(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Providing a slippery, anti-stick surface, the wire can be produced using stainless steel, nitinol, platinum, and silver-plated copper core wire. Sizes can range from 0.001" to 0.07" dia.
If you solder or repair with a no-clean flux and don't clean, you must ensure the flux (flux pen, bottle or core wire) is completely heat-activated, guaranteeing it becomes a benign residue, but not until then.
Key statement: The present invention relates to a cable bead, the method of constructing the cable bead and a tire constructed by a process incorporating the cable bead wherein the cable bead is formed with a bead core wound from a single filament of bead core wire having a rubber or elastomeric coating, first annular wrap of bead wrapping wire helically wound around the bead core, and a coating of lubricant or fatty acid disposed about the bead core.
As a process of recycling of fiber cables, first core wire is removed from cables to take out canning and slot rod (constructional element made of polyethylene resin).
The powdered core wire was superior for reducing the amount of oxidation in the ladle, castings were less likely to require weld repair for cracks, and there was no change in cleanliness level between the two types of wire, he said.