Nickel 99.98% Flat Wire Full Hard

Alternative and trade names
N02270, 2.4050, N02200, N02201, 2.4060, 2.4061, 2.4066, 2.4068, N02205, Pure Nickel
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Nickel with highest degree of purity with the following features:

  • Very low levels of carbon (20 ppm) and sulfur (2 ppm) which tend to segregate at grain boundries resulting in hot shortening
  • Cleanliness, absence of non-metallic inclusions as Al, Ti or Si oxides
  • Low electrical resistivity at 20°C
  • High thermal conductivity at 20°C
  • Excellent formability
  • Low softening temperature (350°C)
  • Low recrystallization temperature (350°C)
  • Improved oxidation resistance: development of tightly adherent one-layer oxide scale instead of a two-layer costumary one, which tends to flake off due to mismatch in thermal expansion.
  • Equivalent Materials

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    Flat wire: Width: 1-12 mm, Thickness: 0.1-2.5 mm



    Elastic modulus

    23.0 °C

    196 GPa

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    Hardness, Vickers

    23.0 °C

    150 [-]

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    Recrystallization temperature

    350 °C

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    Thermal conductivity

    23.0 °C

    90.9 - 91 W/(m·K)

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    Electrical resistivity

    23.0 °C

    7.1E-8 Ω·m

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    Chemical properties



    2E-3 %

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    99.98 %

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    2E-4 %

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    Technological properties

    Application areas

    Flat wire: contact in batteries and electronic applications, batteries managment devices, laser ribbon bonding, ultrasonic ribbon bonding

    Heat Treatment

    Full Hardened

    Processing history

    Ribbon of high purity nickel is produced by two processing routes: I. slitting of strip: thick coil is rolled down on a modren Bühler reversing to the required thickness. The strip is cut on a high precision slitting line. The minimum band width is 1.0 mm. II. Flat rolling of wire: wire is flat rolled using Bühler flat rolling mill to the thickness between 0.10 to 2.5 mm and width between 1.0 and 12.0 mm.

    Surface Finish

    Blank/Bare surface