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Kanthal SW 782 (Spray wire)

An austenitic iron-nickel alloy (FeNi alloy) alloy for use in arc and flame spray systems.

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Kanthal SW 806 (Spray wire)

An austenitic nickel-aluminium alloy (NiAl alloy) for use in arc and flame spray systems.

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Kanthal SW 821 (Spray wire)

An austenitic copper-nickel alloy (CuNi alloy) for use in arc and flame spray systems.

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Manganina 38 (Strip)

A copper-manganese-nickel alloy (CuMnNi alloy) for use at room temperature. Manganina 43 is characterized by very low thermal electromotive force (emf) compared to copper.

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Manganina 43 (Resistance heating wire and resistance wire)

A copper-manganese-nickel alloy (CuMnNi alloy) for use at room temperature. Manganina 43 is characterized by very low thermal electromotive force (emf) compared to copper.

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Manganina 43 (Strip)

A copper-manganese-nickel alloy (CuMnNi alloy) for use at room temperature. Manganina 43 is characterized by very low thermal electromotive force (emf) compared to copper.

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Nickel DH (Resistance heating wire and resistance wire)

A nickel alloy (Ni alloy) with a minimum nickel content of 99.2 % suitable for use at temperatures up to 600°C (1100°F).

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Nicrosil (Thermocouple wire)

An austenitic nickel-chromium-silicon alloy (NiCrSi alloy) used for the positive leg of thermocouples type N.

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Nifethal 36 (Resistance heating wire and resistance wire)

An austenitic nickel-iron alloy (NiFe alloy) with very low thermal expansion factor up to 180°C (356°F).

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Nifethal 42 (Resistance heating wire and resistance wire)

A nickel-iron alloy (NiFe alloy) for use at temperatures up to 600°C (1110°F). The alloys has a moderate constant thermal expansion factor up to 300°C (570°F).

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