You can always pull them off the reels and see how log they then just roll them back up again ,or have your helper roll them up..:lol:Please help , i am trying to figure out some leftover wire on reels i have on the jobsite . The reels are #6 thhn and want to calculate the length to see if i need to order more ..Thanks
You may not even need to get too deep into the math.Weigh a new full reel of the same size and manufacturer, then weigh the used reel. Find the weight to feet ratio and do the math.
$2200 to $3200 for a Micro ohm meter makes the other options pretty reasonable.:jawdrop:Ohm it out, then divide by .00051 :roll:
Yea, I was just throwing that out there for a chuckle. Didn't think it would even be considered...$2200 to $3200 for a Micro ohm meter makes the other options pretty reasonable.:jawdrop:
Weight or measure once and count the wraps. If we aren't sure, it is cheaper to have new rolls on hand than to come up short on a long pull.
You haven't kept track of what you have pulled in so far?
And now the crew is standing around waiting to pull the wire back out and start over. Meanwhile, you could have spent the same amount of money on a meter and had something to show for it....So Handy10s very fine formula times K8s fudge factor & you got the answer...to short again.