Jaye offers resistance wire that includs chrome alloy, Fe-Cr-Al, pure nickel and copper nickel alloy. ocr23AL5, ocr25AL5 and Ni80Cr20 are the most common use for the heating elements’ basic part. Resistance heating wire is produced by smelting, steel rolling, forging, anneraling, drawing, surface treatment, resistance control test, etc.
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Jaye
Model: resistance heating alloy wire Ni80Cr20
Application: heater accessory
Conductor Type: Solid
Color: Bright or oxidized
Shape: wire or strip
Max. Working Temperature: 1200℃
Minimum Order Quantity: 10kg
The advantages of the nickel-chromium alloy heating wire: high strength in a high-temperature environment, long-term high-temperature operation is not easy to deform, and it is not easy to change the structure, and the nickel-chromium alloy heating wire has good room temperature plasticity, and the repair after deformation is relatively simple. In addition, the nickel-chromium alloy heating wire has high radiation rate, no magnetism, good corrosion resistance and long service life.
However, it should be noted that the manufacture of nickel-chromium alloy heating wires requires the use of nickel. The price of this metal is higher than that of iron, chromium, and aluminum. Therefore, the manufacturing cost of nickel-chromium alloy heating wires is high, which is not conducive to cost control.