High Quality Resistance Alloy Copper Nickel Alloy

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Low resistance alloys for electrical heating

Copper Nickel Alloy


1.Pass: ISO9001 certification 
2.fine after-sale services 
3.small order accepted 
4.samples available 
5.short delivery time

What do we have?
Copper bar/stick and welding wire
Copper foil
Cu-Ni resistance heating wire and strips

electrothermal resistance wires
copper nickel electrical alloy wires and strips
resistance alloy wires or strips
electrical wires
copper nickel resistance  alloy
copper nickel wires and strips

1. Introduction
The copper-based low resistance heating alloy is widely used in low-voltage circuit breaker, thermal overload relay, and other low-voltage electrical product. It is one of the key materials of the low-voltage electrical products. The materials produced by our company have the characteristics of good resistance consistency and superior stability. We can supply all kinds of round wire, flat and sheet materials.
Each spool/package of alloy is supplied with a label or tag showing alloy type, nominal size, tare and net weight, resistance W/m (W/ft), charge number and a reference number.
wires:0.018-10mm                   Ribbons:0.05*0.2-2.0*6.0mm
Strips:0.5*5.0-5.0*250mm       Bars:D10-100mm

Do you provide free samples?
Yes, we can provide a free sample for testing, If we have sample in stock, The quantity based on the material type, The buyer should bear all the shipping costs.

Please feel free to send us a inquiry and we are looking forward to cooperating with you!


Resistivity ( 200C μΩ.m)Max.working Temperature ( 0C)Tensile Strength (Mpa)Melting point (0C)Density ( g/cm3)TCR x10-6/ 0C (20~600 0C)EMF vs Cu (μV/ 0C) (0~100 0C)
NC003 (CuNi1)0.0320021010858.9<100-8
NC005 (CuNi2)0.0520022010908.9<120-12
NC010 (CuNi6)0.122025010958.9<60-18
NC012 (CuNi8)0.1225027010978.9<57-22
NC015 (CuNi10)0.1525029011008.9<50-25
NC020 (CuNi14)0.230031011158.9<30-28
NC025 (CuNi19)0.2530034011358.9<25-32
NC030 (CuNi23)0.330035011508.9<16-34
NC035 (CuNi30)0.3535040011708.9<10-37
NC040 (CuNi34)0.435040011808.90-39
NC050 (CuNi44)0.540042012008.9

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Q:electrical wiring help??
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Q:I would like to know the power cord plug the production process, the equipment used, the details better. Thank you!
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Q:Does anyone know anything about electrical and wiring?
I wouldn't use that until you get it checked out. You're asking for a file. If the light is in a fixture, check the bulb and make sure it's not improperly set and perhaps resting against plastic or whatever the shade is (if not glass). If it is, just straighten it out, and try again. Otherwise, it sounds like you should get an electrician in to check it out (or tell your landlord if you rent). Electricity + burning smells not good.
Q:Re-wiring electrical Help!?
Oh, I missed the part about where the switch was. Ron G is right but here is a band aid. Use a 14awg 3 wire SJ or similar cord (should have a black rubber jacket) you can get at Lowes long enough to go from the back of the cabinet to the front plus spare. Put a plug on the end of the cord. Run the cord through a cord grip on a handy box to a switch. Mount the switch under the sink near the door for easy access. Wire the garbage disposal into the new switch. (another cord grip and SJ wire) Mount the switch under the sink near the door for easy access. Plug in the dishwasher and new cord into the outlet at the back of the cabinet. Now you can turn the disposal on and off from under the sink. Or you have it done correctly by an electrician.
Q:copper is better than aluminum in electrical wiring because.?
Copper Vs Aluminum Wire
Q:No ground in old electrical wiring???
Get an inexpensive wire tester. You can usually find a ground with a third wire (that you provide) that you can connect with the junction box—which should run to ground. I'm concerned about the black and white wires that are connected—an electrician may well be in your best interests.
Q:Home electrical wiring question (12/3 wire) for licensed electricians?
If what you say is true, then things are wired wrong. It sounds like some one took a 220V circuit which would consist of three wires (one to neutral, one to one leg of the 220 and the other to the other leg). Using a tiny bit of knowledge, they made two 110 volt circuits that share a neutral. The neutral is carrying BOTH loads and is not really protected from over-current. c says, oddly enough, on AC loads that share a neutral the amperage cancels each other out, so if there is 10A on one hot leg and 14A on the other and they share the neutral than the neutral will be carrying 4A, not 24A. Not if both breakers are on the same leg. In this case the amperage would be additive. In other words, if each appliance was drawing 16 amps, neither breaker would trip, but there would be 32 amps carried by the 12 ga. neutral which would cause it to overheat and possibly start a fire. Catastrophic problems usually require several links in a chain to occur. Wiring you described could conceivably over-load the circuit or catch an electrician off-guard and harm him. I'm inclined to get stuff like that corrected. In all likelyhood, they ARE on opposite sides since it was probably a converted 220 v circuit. You'll have to visually trace the wiring and buss bars in the breaker box to determine this. Once you've found a bit of 'creativiy' with respect to the wiring though, you can't assume too much about the rest.
Q:How the spacing of the hangers of the bridge is determined
That the original connection in the USB device line can not be changed, can not be extended.
Q:Electrical wiring for 30x30 workshop?
1. Look at the nameplates on that compressor and welder. Each will have 'Minimum circuit required', 'minimum wire required' information. The receptacle required will have a NEMA number listed, (6-30R eg.) The 30 is the ampere rating. (I strongly suspect that that's a transformer type welder and the welding range amps are not an indication of the breaker required.). 2. Add up the total lamp wattage of each fluorescent fixture to get watts per fixture. Add up the fixtures on each switch. You can probably put 900 sq. ft of fluorescent lighting on one circuit 'load-wise', but it's a good idea to have at least two circuits, so that if one goes bad you have some light to chase the problem by. 3. Workshop receptacles need to be GFCI protected. For a shop that size, unless you've carefully worked out the plan, I'd recommend installing more than 8 receptacle boxes, and use double gang, (two duplex rec), boxes with one duplex on each circuit and two boxes per 3 wire run. The larger boxes and extra duplexes are cheap and the convenience is worth it. Do be aware you need a driven ground for that service panel.
Q:Can grey duct tape be use to put electrical wires together instead of black tape.?
First, no tape should be used as a substitute for proper insulation. Duck tape is entirely different from electrical tape, and will NOT hold very long in situations where electrical tape is recommended.

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