Precious Metal Clad Wire Is One-Tenth Cost Of Pure Precious Metal

Mon, 04/25/2011 - 11:40am
Medical Design Technology
Precious Metal Clad Wire Is One-Tenth Cost Of Pure Precious MetalAnomet Precious Metal Clad Wire features precious metal metallurgically bonded to a core material with 2% or more cladding thickness offered in sizes from 0.002” to 0.125” O.D. Providing superior or equal performance to pure precious metal, they can include platinum for oxidation-, corrosion-resistance, and bio-compatibility, gold for contact resistance, and silver or palladium which can be clad to a variety of lower cost core materials.

Manufactured to precise OEM specifications and supplied on spools, Anomet Precious Metal Clad Wire can be clad to core materials such as copper, Kovar, nickel-iron, molybdenum, stainless steel, tantalum, and titanium. They have a smooth surface finish and are more ductile and formable than filled or plated products. Typical applications include microswitches, connectors, and components for aerospace, electronic and medical devices.




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