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Electronics

The smaller the gadget, the bigger the challenge. New devices leverage increasingly delicate and meticulously engineered parts. That's where we come in with carefully manufactured wire in all shapes, sizes, and alloys, and custom mechanical assemblies. Our customers use our materials and our knowledge as they create the next big thing that will take the world by storm.

 

Typical end uses

Our customers use our materials in small and demanding applications, such as:

  • Precision wire wound resistors
  • EMI/RFI shielding wire
  • Battery and electronic management systems
  • Vehicle systems sensors
  • Climate systems sensors
  • Thermal and electrical shielding
  • Dynamic braking systems
  • Fixed or adjustable resistors
  • Electronic heating elements
  • Power metals strips
  • Conductors
  • Inductors
  • Connectors
  • Optoelectronics
  • MOSFETs
  • Power control modules
  • Auxiliary power units (APUs) thermal and electrical shielding
  • Noise reduction and damping

 

Alloys

Materials can be carefully engineered to perform in specific environments, making them versatile and valuable in a number of applications. If you don't see the alloy you need for your application, reach out to your Sales Representative.

  • L-605 good oxidation and corrosion resistance as well as high strength in elevated temperatures
  • Haynes® alloy 188 excellent strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures
  • Evanohm® alloy
  • Niclal alloy
  • Nickel 200
  • Nickel 201
  • Nickel 205
  • 304V stainless steel vacuum arc remelted, 304V has more uniform chemistry with less tensile strength than 302
  • 302 stainless steel identical to 304V in chemical composition except for higher carbon content, with higher tensile strength than 304V produced using an electric-arc melt process, resulting in a high quality austenitic stainless steel
  • 316LVM stainless steel uniform chemistry and improved microcleanliness and can be processed to improve ductility or corrosion resistance
  • Haynes® 282
  • Haynes® Waspaloy alloy excellent strength at elevated temperatures
  • Hastelloy® C-276 high ductility and excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions
  • Hastelloy® X excellent oxidation resistance and strength at elevated temperatures
  • Inconel® alloy 601
  • Inconel® alloy 600 good corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures
  • Inconel® alloy 625 high strength without additional heat treatment
  • Inconel® alloy X-750 high strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures
  • MP35N® alloy combination of strength, good biocompatibility, and corrosion resistance
  • Nimonic® 90 high ductility and excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking in chloride-bearing solutions
  • 35N LT™ alloy excellent combination of strength, fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance, and good biocompatibility
  • Rene 41 excellent strength and oxidation resistance at elevated temperatures and can be annealed for greater ductility
  • Commercially pure titanium, grades 1-4 grade 1 has the highest corrosion resistance, formability, and lowest strength, whereas grade 4 offers the highest strength with moderate formability
  • Ti 6Al-4V ELI an alpha-beta alloy containing 6% aluminum, 5% vanadium, and extra low interstitials
  • Duplex alloy
  • Super Duplex alloy
  • 20CB-3® alloy
  • 45/55 NiCu
  • 80/20 NiCr

 

Contact us

If you have questions about what our materials can do for your application, or would like to discuss product specifications, reach out to your Sales Representative.