The GI wire or Galvanized Iron Wire is a result of a process called Galvanization. An anti-rust shielded zinc metal coating makes the wire rust-resistant. Galvanized Iron GI is the material used for making GI wire mesh. The size of the mesh remains uniform and structured in a precise manner.
A cable tie is a type of fastener for holding items together, primarily electrical cables and wires. Because of their low cost, ease of use, and binding strength, cable ties are ubiquitous, finding use in a wide range of other applications.
A crimp connector is a type of solderless electrical connector used for terminating stranded wire. Depending on the type, crimp connectors, sometimes called crimp terminals, can be terminated to different configurations of spade-foot connectors, wire splices and screw terminals.
Use of cable lugs allows supply and distribution of electric current without any hindrance between electrical cables. Electrical lugs are used when permanent connection is not possible between devices or cables. Use of cable lugs allows in easy installation, repair and maintenance of electrical devices or cables.
A retractile (or retractable) cord or cable is a cable that can be extended and will return to original contracted form while minimizing the stress on the wire. Retractile cord or cable is commonly referred to as a retractable cord, a coil cord or a curly cord.
A cable reel is a round, drum-shaped object such as a spool used to carry various types of electrical wires. Cable reels, which can also be termed as drums, have been used for many years to transport electric cables, fiber optic cables and wire products.