New Arrival China High-Precision Embossed Aluminum Coil for Zimbabwe Importers

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  • How to unwind a 1.5 HP 3 phase motor. This is so much fun!

    Before you post your comment about chopping off one side and pulling the wire out… Don’t forget this wire is going to be reused for other projects… ;)

    1. cut off rope tie.
    2. pull out wire holders.
    3 tap on outer coils with rubber mallet.
    4 start on one side of the coil and pull out one wire at a time or in small bunches.
    5 pull out other side of coil.
    6 repeat till all windings are out.
    7 don’t get mad… it takes time and is tedious work…
    8 good luck

    have fun! happy recycling!

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    It wouldn’t be Halloween without some exploding pumpkins. In the top jack-o’-lantern, iron oxide and aluminium powder react to spectacular effect. Once set off by a strip of magnesium, which provides enough heat to get the reaction started, the temperature inside the top pumpkin rises to around 2000 degrees Celsius. At this temperature, the iron melts and is spewed out in a rain of fire, and flows out as a river of molten metal into the poor head below. This is more than enough to set off the gun cotton in the second pumpkin, which bursts into a healthy fireball.

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