Electrical | Electronic Nickels available from Ed Fagan Inc. in a variety grades, forms and sizes. All of our stock items are ready for just-in-time shipment for your next application.
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- Nickel is one of three elements (iron, cobalt) who exhibit magnetic properties at ambient temperatures.
- Characteristically all nickel grades are strong, ductile and corrosion-resistant over a wide temperature range.
- Nickel has one of the largest magnetostrictive effects available in commercial materials.
Nickel 200 (UNS N02200) is commercially pure (99.0%) wrought nickel. It’s composition and properties are specified in ASTM B160. Nickel 200 exhibits good corrosion resistance along with low electrical resistivity.
Nickel 201 (UNS N02201)is a low carbon modification of the 200 Nickel Alloy. It has a low annealed hardness and very low work-hardening rate.
Nickel 233 (UNS N02222) has lower residual elements of FE, Mn, Si,S, and Ti.
The selected chemistry of Nickel 205 (UNS N02205) results in a high magnetostrictive coefficient and Curie temperature. Its uses have included grid side rods, base pins, nodes, getter tabs and cathode shields.
Nickel 270 (UNS N02270), a high-purity 99.97% nickel with a 0.001% maximum limit on cobalt, magnesium, chromium, titanium, sulfur, silicon, manganese and copper. Additional trace elements limits are 0.005% iron and 0.02% carbon. This high purity pressed and sintered produced product provides a lower coefficient of expansion, electrical resistivity, Curie temperature and greater ductility than those of other grades of nickel. Nickel 270 is customer manufactured to your needs. It is rapidly available from our sources in heavy forged sections or in strip coil and sheet.
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