Electronics / RF-Microwave Metal Sheet Datasheets

Controlled Expansion Alloy Alloy 52
from Leading Edge Metals and Alloys, Inc.

Alloy 52 is a nickel-iron alloy with a thermal expansion rate similar to soft glasses and ceramics. Typical applications include voltage regulators, conductors, and glass-to-metal hermetic seals. [See More]

  • Applications: Electronics or semiconductors; HV / Electrical
  • Thickness: 1.00E-3 to 2
  • Type: Nickel; Alloy
  • Width / OD: 12 to 24
from ATI Wah Chang

Vanadium is widely dispersed in the earth's crust occurring in many types of deposits. Most vanadium is currently obtained as a by-product or co-product from titanomagnetites, petroleum, uranium ores, and phosphate rock. Table 1 shows the abundance of vanadium in the earth's crust relative to some... [See More]

  • Applications: Chemical or material processing; Electronics or semiconductors; Nuclear
  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Annealed (optional feature)
  • Type: Refractory / Reactive; Pure, Unalloyed or Very Low Alloy Additions; Vanadium
  • UTS: 29000 to 35000
Control Expansion/Glass Seal Sheet/Plate -- ASTM F-15
from Ed Fagan, Inc.

ASTM F-15 Alloy, commonly known as Kovar, is a controlled expansion alloy consisting of 29% Nickel, 17% Cobalt, and balance Iron. Kovar is produced to ensure good properties for machining and deep drawing as well as porosity free product. Its expansion characteristics match both borosilicate (Pyrex)... [See More]

  • Applications: Electronics or semiconductors
  • UNS Number: 94610 to 94630
  • Type: Miscellaneous Ferrous Alloy
  • Specifications: AMS; ASTM / ASME; MIL-SPEC / QQS; UNS; F-15, F-1466, Mil-I-23011C Class 1, 7726B, 7727, 7728C