Products | METAL TYPE | Craft Wire | CuNi23 - Copper Nickel 23 | Copper Nickel 23 (CuNi23) - 0.35mm (350 Micron - 27 AWG) - 3.21 ohms/m
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- We promise the best price around! We make our own stuff so we control the costs. - Produced, Packed and Dispatched From Our Factory In Warrington, UK (WA1 2WW) - SAME-DAY Dispatch For All Orders Placed Before 3PM - FREE Standard Shipping For UK Orders Over £20 & Overseas Orders For £35 - International Customers Will Receive Tracking Number By Email Upon DispatchAbout The Wire:This is a soft wire. It has a high resistance to heat and is used in many industrial applications.It is extremely easy to cut. This wire would be strong enough to hold its shape once bent into place. These coils are an ideal size and are designed to suit every pocket. The 1kg spools are fairly bulky and would need a courier delivery. Please contact us directly if you require a larger length of this wire or wholesale details (email@example.com)Common Application(s):Dimensions of Wire:Diameter - 0.35mm (350 Micron - 27 AWG)Length - VariousWeight - VariousSpool Type - VariousTechnical Specification:OHMS/M - 3.21 ohms/mCopper Nickel 23 or CuNi23Mn is a copper nickel alloy with the addition of Manganese to produce an alloy with a relatively low resistivity but high resistance to oxidation and chemical corrosion. Maximum working temperature is 500 °C. Applications include heating cords and mats. Technical Details:- Metal Composition - 23% Nickel & 77% Copper-NC030 (CuNi23)-Resistivity( 200C µO.m) - 0.30-Max.working temperature( 0C ) - 300-Tensile strength( Mpa ) - 350-Melting point( 0C ) - 1150-Density( g/cm3 ) - 8.9-TCR x10-6 / 0C (20~600 0C) - <16-EMF vs Cu(µV/ 0C) (0~100 0C) - -34
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