Nickel Alloy Wire
Nickel Alloy Wire, Nitinol Wire

Nickel alloy wires are a type of wire material that is made from alloying multiple metals, typically nickel and chromium, which helps increase its overall strength and durability. Nickel alloy wires are mainly used in applications that require high-temperature and corrosion-resistant properties, such as power and chemical plants, aerospace and medical industries. Nickel alloy wires also have superior electrical and thermal conductor properties, which make them ideal for a variety of electrical applications. Nickel alloy wires come in a diverse range of sizes and shapes, including round, flat, and shaped wires. These wires are also used to make springs, fasteners, and furnaces.