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6J23 Nicr Alloy

6J23 Nicr Alloy
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Product Details:
Place of Origin: Shanghai, China
Brand Name: TANKII
Certification: ISO9001: 2015
Model Number: Evanohm
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: Negotiable
Price: Negotiated
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
Supply Ability: 200+TON+MONTH

6J23 Nicr Alloy

Thickness: Required Feature: Flatness, No Acratches
Application: Precision Element, Strain Gauge Treatment: Cold Rolled
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nickel alloys


nichrome wire

Customized Size 6J23 Nicr Alloy Thin Foil Electric Resistance Foil Strip


NiCr Alloy Description: 

Nichrome, a non-magnetic 80/20 alloy of nickel and chromium, is the most common resistance wire for heating purposes because it has a high resistivity and resistance to oxidation at high temperatures. When used as a heating element, resistance wire is usually wound into coils. One difficulty in using nichrome wire is that common tin-based electrical solder will not bond with it, so the connections to the electrical power must be made using other methods such as crimp connectors or screw terminals.

Kanthal (Alloy 875/815), a family of iron-chromium-aluminium (FeCrAl) alloys used in a wide range of high-temperature applications.

Constantan [Cu55Ni45] has a low temperature coefficient of resistivity and as a copper alloy, is easily soldered. Other constant-resistance alloys include manganin [Cu86Mn12Ni2], Cupron [Cu53Ni44Mn3]and Evanohm.

The Evanohm family of nickel-chrome alloys [Ni72Cr20Mn4Al3Si1],[Ni73Cr20Cu2Al2Mn1Si], have high resistance, low temperature coefficient of resistance, low electromotive force (Galvani potential) when in contact with copper, high tensile strength, and also are very stable with regards to heat treatment.

Balco [Ni70Fe30] and similar alloys have very high, but more linear, temperature coefficient of resistivity, making them suitable for sensing elements.

Many elements and alloys have been used as resistance wire for special purposes. The table below lists the resistivity of some common materials. The resistivity of amorphous carbon actually has a range of 3.8 - 4.1 × 10−6 Ω m.

Ni80Cr20 80Ni-20Cr NiCr 80/20 Х20Н80 Х20Н80(Н) NCHW1 NCHRW1 NIKROTHAL 80 ISAOHM
Ni70Cr30 70Ni-30Cr NiCr 70/30 Х30Н70   NIKROTHAL 70 CHROME 70
Ni60Cr15 60Ni-16Cr NiCr 60/15 Х15Н60 Х15Н60(Н) NCHW2 NCHRW2 NIKROTHAL 60 CHROME 60
Ni60Cr23 60Ni-23Cr NiCr 60/23 Х23Н60      
Ni35Cr20 35Ni-20Cr NiCr 35/20 Х20Н35 NCHW3 NCHRW3 NIKROTHAL 40 CHROME 35
Ni20Cr25 20Ni-25Cr CrNi 25/20 Х25Н20      


Typical Practice:

The following different kind of strain gauges are available in the market:

  • Linear strain gauges
  • Membrane Rosette strain gauges
  • Double linear strain gauges
  • Full bridge strain gauges
  • Shear strain gauges
  • Half bridge strain gauges
  • Column strain gauges
  • 45°-Rosette (3 measuring directions)
  • 90°-Rosette (2 measuring directions).


For measurements of small strain, semiconductor strain gauges, so called piezoresistors, are often preferred over foil gauges. A semiconductor gauge usually has a larger gauge factor than a foil gauge. Semiconductor gauges tend to be more expensive, more sensitive to temperature changes, and are more fragile than foil gauges.

Nanoparticle-based strain gauges emerge as a new promising technology. These resistive sensors whose active area is made by an assembly of conductive nanoparticles, such as gold or carbon, combine a high gauge factor, a large deformation range and a small electrical consumption due to their high impedance.

In biological measurements, especially blood flow and tissue swelling, a variant called mercury-in-rubber strain gauge is used. This kind of strain gauge consists of a small amount of liquid mercury enclosed in a small rubber tube, which is applied around e.g., a toe or leg. Swelling of the body part results in stretching of the tube, making it both longer and thinner, which increases electrical resistance.

Fiber optic sensing can be employed to measure strain along an optical fiber. Measurements can be distributed along the fiber, or taken at predetermined points on the fiber. The 2010 America's Cup boats Alinghi 5 and USA-17 both employ embedded sensors of this type.



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