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Q. "What does the cable gauge mean?"
A. Gauge, as it applies to standard round, solid, nonferrous, electrically conducting wire, indicates a measurement of the physical size of a cable. It is a measurement of how large a wire is, either in diameter or cross sectional area. Under the American Wire Gauge (AWG) standards, higher numbers indicate thinner cable. Gauge is a method of defining wire diameter by a number, which was stated originally as the number of passes made through different, increasingly smaller dies. The more passes made through these dies would then decrease the size of the wire. The number for large wire is therefore smaller than for thin wire. In the case of gauges labeled as "2/0" or "4/0", this would mean that they are even larger than 0 (zero) gauge wire; sizes with multiple zeros are successively larger than #0 and can be denoted using "number of zeros/0". For example, 4/0 would be 0000 gauge wire, and would be larger than 2/0 gauge wire.
Q. "Will the Hot-Shot™ thaw PEX, PVC or ABS pipe?"
A. No. The Hot-Shot™ will only thaw pipes that can transfer current.
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