|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Gram|
|Diameter||0.02 - 8.00 mm|
|Highest Temperature||600 Degree Celsius|
The alloy is non-magnetic. It is suitable for electrical resistors, potentiometers, heating wires, heating cables and mats. Ribbons are used for heating of bimetals.
For resistance and heating applications, the maximum working temperature in air is +600 °C.
Form of Delivery
ISOTAN® is supplied in the form of round wire in the dimension 0.02 to 8.00 mm Ø in bare, oxide-insulated or enamelled condition. The range also includes flat wires (see Technical Information), stranded wires, ribbon sheets and foils.
ISOTAN® can be worked easily. It can be soldered and brazed without difficulty. All known welding methods are applicable.
|Material||Cuprothal (Cu Ni Alloy)|
|Brand||Kanthal ( Sweden )|
|Yield Strength||250 MPa|
|Tensile Strength||430 MPa|
|Electrical Resistivity||0.49 ohm mm2/m at 20 Deg C|
|Temperature Factor of Resistivity||100-600 Deg C|
|Melting Point||1280 Deg C|
Cuprothal 49 is an austenitic copper-nickel alloy (CuNi alloy) for use at temperatures up to 600°C (1110°F). The alloy is characterized by high electrical resistance, high ductility and good corrosion resistance.
In finer sizes the alloy's negligible temperature coefficient of resistance combined with its high resistivity makes it useful for the winding of precision resistors which must not change in resistance over a limited range in temperature. For this purpose the alloy is identified as Cuprothal 49 TC.
Other typical applications are:
|Ni %||Mn %||Fe %||Cu %|
|Material||Constantan (Cu Ni Alloy)|
|Usage/Application||Resistance & Thermocouple|
|Highest Temperature||400 Deg C|
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