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- From: Brian McDonald <bemargue(--nospam--at)sentex.net>
- Date: Tue, 09 Sep 1997 16:09:32 -0400
Brent Koch wrote: > > Am looking for a metric WWF reference. > (Have not contacted CRSI, they'll probably want to sell me something.) > > Does anyone know the US equivalent for 152x152 - MW38.7 x MW71.0? I > recognize the 152mm x 152mm as 6"x6". But am not sure of the soft > conversion for the wire size. I think the equivalent size is 6x6-W6xW11. > > I believe one method of specifying metric wire size is by area (mm^2). > > MW38.7 = 38.7/(25.4^2) = .06 in^2 <----- W6 wire > MW71.0 = 71.0/(25.4^2) = .11 in^2 <----- W11 wire > > Would appreciate the groups input. > TIA. > > Brent Koch, P.E. > brentk(--nospam--at)tdl.com > The number after the designation "MW" is the area in mm^2 Canadian wire mesh is designated that way.
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