|Place of Origin:||Shanghai, China|
|Model Number:||Pure Nickel|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||20kg|
|Packaging Details:||Spool, carton, plywod case with plastic film as clients required|
|Delivery Time:||7-12 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
|Material:||Pure Nickel||Nickel Purity:||99.5%|
|Density:||8.9||Advantage:||Good Corrosion Resistance, Ultrathin|
|Size:||As Clients Required||Usage:||Battery|
99.5% Purity Electrolytic Pure Nickel Foil/ Strip Ultrathin 0.025mm for Battery
These nickel foils are manufactured using an electrolytic process to offer especially high purity. They are ideal for situations that require properties that ensure stable device operability in harsh environments.
Electrodeposited nickel foil is produced by dissolving nickel ions in solution and, by a process based on electrolysis, these ions are subsequently deposited on to a rotating metallic mandrel to form a layer of high purity nickel foil. Through this method of manufacture, pure nickel foil can be supplied in greater widths when compared with conventional cold rolling of metal foil. Surface finish is excellent and can be used as an alternative to its cold rolled cousin, especially for those applications that require very thin foils and in wider widths. Due to the method of manufacture, small quantities can be produced to customer specification, with samples easily obtainable. Thickness tolerances are very tightly controlled to produce a very consistent and high quality product.
Our line of high-performance copper foil materials has been developed to meet the specific needs of the lithium-ion battery manufacturing industry. Used primarily in commercial-scale production, Targray copper foils are designed in a world-class manufacturing facility and can be supplied in quantities of up to 1000T per month. Please contact us for more information about our catalogue.
Nickel is a silver-white metal which occurs mainly in the sulphide and arsenic ores. It is extracted by roasting to NiO and then reducing using carbon. Pure nickel is manufactured by the Mond process, in which impure nickel is reacted with carbon monoxide (CO) to produce Ni(CO)4, which is then decomposed at 200C to yield 99.99% Ni. Nickel has an abundance of 80 ppm in the earth's crust.
Pure nickel is malleable and ductile, and is resistant to corrosion in air or water, and hence is used as a protective coating. It is readily soluble in dilute acids, but is unaffected by alkalis. Applications for nickel include its use as a constituent of various alloy types; for example, Nichrome (an alloy used for resistance heating elements), Monel (corrosion resistant material), Permalloy (an alloy with high magnetic permeability at low field strength and low hysteresis loss), stainless steel, cupro-nickel, nickel silver, etc. It is also used in coinage, as a protective coating and within food and chemical handling plants.
Nickel is classed as a carcinogen and is also an allergen to some individuals. It is found in many dietary constituents and, as such, is difficult to avoid.
Thickness:0.00025mm, Purity:99.95%, Support:Temporary Acrylic
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