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Hastelloy C 276 Electrode For Flowmeter
Hastelloy electrodes for magnetic flow meter. The electrodes widely used for electromagnetic flow meter producing, we can customized according your requirements. 316L electrode , Titanium electrode ,Tantalum electrode ,Hastelloy-C electrode.
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Hastelloy C22 Pipe fittings
Hastelloy C 22 Pipe fittings ( Short Radius Elbows , Long Radius Elbows , Concentric Reducers , Eccentric Reducers , Stub Ends , End Caps , Equal Tees , Weldolets , Pipe Nipples .) ASME/ANSI B16.9, ASME B16.28, MSS-SP-43, MSS SP-79 , Type Seamless / Welded / Fabricated . Hastelloy C-22 / UNS N06022 / DIN W. Nr. 2.4602
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Hastelloy C 276 Pipe fittings
Hastelloy C 276 Pipe fittings ( Short Radius Elbows , Long Radius Elbows , Concentric Reducers , Eccentric Reducers , Stub Ends , End Caps , Equal Tees , Weldolets , Pipe Nipples .) ASME/ANSI B16.9, ASME B16.28, MSS-SP-43, MSS SP-79 , Type Seamless / Welded / Fabricated Hastelloy C276 Pipe Fittings UNS (N10276), DIN (2.4819).
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Inconel 625 Rod
Inconel Round Bar , ASTM B446 Inconel, 625 Bright Round Rod , Inconel 625 Hex Rods ,Inconel 625 flat bar with standard ASTM B446 / ASME SB446 and Nickel Alloy 625/ Inconel 625 (AMS 5666)
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Inconel 601 Welding Wire
Inconel 601 Welding Wire - UNS N06601 - DIN W. Nr.2.4851 . ERNiCrFe-11 (Alloy 601) . ASME II, Part C, SFA-5.14, ERNiCrFe-11 (UNS N06601) , ASME IX, F-No.43 , BS290] NA 49 , DIN 1736 SG-NiCr23Al (2.4626) , (EN) ISO 18274 - SN16601 (NiCr23Fel5Al) , ASME III (NCA3800, NB2400), AMS and other specifications
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Inconel 600 Welding Wire
Inconel 600 Wire ASTM B166 , Inconel 600 welding wire Alloy 600. UNS N06600 / W.Nr. 2.4816 .Nickel Alloy (AWS A5.11) ENiCrFe-3 Welding Electrode, Nickel Alloy ENiCrFe-3 Welding Electrode, ENiCrFe-3 inconel 600
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Invar 32 Wire
Invar 32 Wire Super-Invar 32-5 rod UNS-K-93500, Consisting of 32% Nickel, 5% Cobalt, and the balance Iron, this alloy exhibits minimum thermal expansion (one half of Invar 36) at room temperature. It is often used in structural components, supports and substrates requiring precision measurements. ASTM F1684.
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Invar 32 Sheet
Invar 32 Sheet, plate , Invar Alloy Foil , Super Invar 32-5 Alloy DESCRIPTION. A low expansion alloy consisting of 32% Nickel, 5% Cobalt, balance Iron. This alloy exhibits minimum thermal expansion (one half of Invar 36) Invar-36, Invar-42, Pernifer 36, Invar Steel, Super Invar 32-5, Carpenter 36, 4J32, 4J36
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Invar 36 Plate
Alloy 36 Sheet (Invar) / K93603 / ASTM F1684 Widely known under several trades names such as Invar and Nilo 36**, this grade is a 36% nickel-iron alloy. AMS l-23011 CL7MIL l-23011 CL7UNS K93602/03 4J36 (China), Fe-Ni36 (France), 1.3912, Ni36 (Germany), X1NiCrMoCu, N 25-20-7 (UK) Invar 36, UNSK93600 thermostat alloy, UNSK93601 pressure vessel sheet (USA)
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Alloy 46 Wire
Alloy 46 wire : Consisting of 46% nickel and iron balance, 46 Alloy is a controlled expansion alloy used mostly in electronic applications, especially for glass and ceramic seals. Alloy 46 is also known as Pernifer 462, NILO 464, and Glass-Seal 461 , ,Fe46Ni
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Alloy 46 Sheet
Alloy 46: Consisting of 46% nickel and iron balance, 46 Alloy is a controlled expansion alloy used mostly in electronic applications, especially for glass and ceramic seals. Alloy 46 is also known as Pernifer 462, NILO 464, and Glass-Seal 461
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MP35N Thread Bolt Fastener
MP35N Thread Rod , MP35N bolts , MP35N fasteners , UNS R30035 bolts , MP35N Thread Bar, MP35N Specifications: AMS 5844, AMS 5845, AMS7468, ASTM F562, NACE MR0175. MP35N alloys are used in fasteners, springs, non-magnetic assemblies and instrumentation components in medical, marine, oil and gas well, chemical and food processing environments.
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Gracemetal Molybdenum Wire For Lighting And Heating

Molybdenum Wire, .001 to .187, Clean or Black Finish

Elmet’s tungsten and molybdenum-based wire is used in a variety of cutting-edge industries including aerospace, medical equipment and devices, university RD, lighting, and high-temperature furnace. With over 80 years of refractory metals wire production experience, Elmet is a trusted supplier to leading companies worldwide.

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PRODUCTS Molybdenum Wire

For wire cutting machine. For producing electric light source parts and electric vaccum components. For producing heating elements and refractory parts in high temperature furnaces. For spraying wear and tear parts of automobile and other machine to enhance their wearability

HCT Molybdenum Wire .001 to .187 wire. Clean or Black

HCT Molybdenum Wire Elmet is a leading global provider of high-quality potassium doped molybdenum (HCT) wire products and the only US owned and operated producer. All our wire products are manufactured in Lewiston, Maine USA.

What are the Uses for Molybdenum Wire? (with picture)

Molybdenum wire is often used to make parts that provide structural support, even at very high temperatures. For example, it is commonly used for various furnace components, like heating elements, outlets and windings.

Molybdenum Wire and Rod

In 1903, William D. Coolidge filed a patent for rendering molybdenum ductile, leading to use as a heating element (molybdenum rod) and as shields (molybdenum sheet) for high-temperature furnaces. With its capacity to handle high temperatures, molybdenum wire been used as electrical filaments in place of tungsten.

Molybdenum (Mo) Properties, Applications

Molybdenum is silvery-white, very hard refractory metal, however, it is softer and more ductile than tungsten and is readily worked or drawn into very fine wire. Primary uses are as an alloying element, furnace electrodes, nuclear energy applications and filaments.

Heating elements Plansee

We supply heating elements for all types of high-temperature furnace in the form of ribbon, sheets, rods, twisted wire, wire bundles and wire mesh heaters. Our materials belong to the group of refractory metals. Molybdenum and tungsten are the two materials that are most commonly used in high-temperature thermal processes.

heat Molybdenum Heater Wire Stack Exchange

How can I calculate the safe number of volts that I may give it without melting the wire? Edit: I would like to operate this at a maximum of 1500C. Ideally it will be buried (protected) in refractory. Edit 2: I read that molybdenum wire can be used as high temperature heating element, but I guess I just want to make sure that is indeed the case.

Machining Molybdenum Molybdenum Products Properties

Wrought molybdenum is comparable to stainless steel under various machining mechanisms, and moly can be machined with conventional machine shop equipment. However, molybdenum is unique in relation to medium hard cast iron or cold rolled steel in that dull cutting tools cause the edges to break out during molybdenum machining operations.

Molybdenum Wire at Best Price in India IndiaMART

Find here online price details of companies selling Molybdenum Wire. Get info of suppliers, manufacturers, exporters, traders of Molybdenum Wire for buying in India. Application: Lighting Industries .. EDM Wires Heating Wire Tungsten

HCT Molybdenum Wire .001 to .187 wire. Clean or Black

HCT Molybdenum Wire - Elmet is a leading global provider of high quality potassium where we manufactured wire and lighting filaments for Philips Lighting. that find applications in automotive and aircraft windshield heating ( defrosting).

Molybdenum Wire, .001 to .187, Clean or Black Finish

Pure Molybdenum Wire - Elmet is the leading global provider of high quality as part of Royal Philips Lighting where we manufactured wire and lighting filaments for Philips Lighting. Heating Elements, Cleaned .020″ to .250″, ± % dia.

What are Molybdenum Uses Applications?

Although electrical lighting has existed in one form or another since 1802, it was not A current of electricity is sent through the moly wire to heat up the material,

Molybdenum Wire and Rod ESPI Metals

It wasnt until 1906 when it found its most potential uses as high temperature parts in furnaces and filaments in light bulbs after the development of electricity.

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