Yancheng, Jiangsu, China
Ni-Cr: Cr20Ni80,Cr15Ni60, Cr20Ni35, Cr25Ni20 etc.
Nichrome,a non-magnetic alloy of nickel and chromium, is commonly used to make resistance wire because it has a high resistivity and resistance to oxidation at high temperatures.
FeCrAl: 1Cr13AI4, 0Cr19AI2, 0Cr15AI5, 0Cr20AI5, 0Cr25AI5, 0Cr21AI6 Nb,OCr27Al7Mo2
FeCrAl, a family of iron-chromium-aluminum alloys used in a wide range of resistance and high-temperature applications is also used in the form of resistance wires.
|Material Designation||Service Properties||Applications|
|Cr20Ni80||Contains long life additions making it eminently suitable for applications subject to frequent switching and wide temperature fluctuations. Can be used at operating temperatures up to 1150 °C.||Control resistors, high temperature furnaces, soldering irons.|
|Cr15Ni60||A Ni/Cr alloy with balance mainly Iron, with long life additions. It is suitable for use up to 1100 °C, but the higher coefficient of resistance makes it suitable for less exacting applications than 80/20.||Electric heaters, heavy duty resistors, electric furnaces.|
|Cr20Ni35||Balance mainly Iron. Suitable for continous operation up to 1050°C, in furnaces with atmospheres which may otherwise cause dry corrosion for higher nickel content materials.||Electric heaters, electric furnaces (with atmospheres).|
|Iron Chrome Aluminum|
|OCr25Al5||Can be used in operating conditions up to 1350°C, although can become embrittled.||Heating elements of high temperature furnaces and radiant heaters.|
|OCr20Al5||A ferromagnetic alloy which can be used at temperatures up to 1300°C. Should be operated in dry surroundings to avoid corrosion. Can become embrittled at high temperatures.||Heating elements of high temperature furnaces and radiant heaters.|