Nichrome is an alloy made up of nickel with an addition of chromium and iron
(Fe). They are used for higher temperature and pressure applications and,
therefore, are used majorly for electrical heating elements.
They are used for making any conductive material such as wire, and in our
case, we import and export sheets and plates made of Nichrome. They can be
used highly efficiently for heating purposes and are great conductors of
electricity as well.
Other metals are likely to oxidize at a fast pace when provided heat
treatment in the air. They tend to break easily by being brittle. However,
the products made of Nichrome alloy have a tendency to develop a layer of
chromium oxide when they are heated in red-hot temperature that makes them
stable in the air as per the laws of thermodynamics.
There are several applications that the Nichrome alloy serves, such as the
fireworks and explosive industry, electrical ignition system industry, hobby
foam cutter industry, etc. To be more precise, the Nichrome
Sheets/Plates are used specifically for industries such as
nuclear energy applications, heat shields, missile and aircraft parts,
thermocouples, boring bars, filament supports in electric lamps, and hearth
trays, plates, and racks.
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Nichrome Sheets are flat metal sheets made from an alloy of nickel, chromium, and often other metals such as iron or cobalt. The composition of the alloy can vary depending on the desired properties of the finished product.
Nichrome Sheets are commonly used in the manufacturing of heating elements, resistors, and thermocouples. They are also used in the production of furnace components, ignition systems & electrical appliances.
The maximum temperature that Nichrome Plates can withstand depends on the specific composition of the alloy, but it is typically in the range of 1100-1250°C (2012-2282°F). Nichrome plates with higher nickel content generally have higher melting points and can withstand higher temperatures.