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  • Copper, Brass, and Bronze Alloys-Image
    Copper, Brass, and Bronze Alloys - (609 companies)
    ...exchangers. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc; the proportions of zinc and copper can be varied to create a range of brasses with varying properties. Brasses set the standard by which the machinability of other materials is judged and do not become... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hookup Wires - (296 companies)
    Specifications. When selecting hookup wires, buyers should consider specifications about the product's conductors, insulation and rated voltage. Conductors. A cable conductor consists of a wire or combination of wires that are not insulated from each... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electrical Power Wires - (634 companies)
    ...or residential applications. They are used to make power cords, but do not include end-connectors. Multiconductor cables contain two or more conductors, each of which consists of a single wire or a combination of wires. To prevent electromagnetic... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Litz Wire - (40 companies)
    Litz wires are constructed of individually insulated magnet wires that are either twisted or braided into a uniform pattern to minimize power loss. How to Select Litz Wire. Image credit: PACK; Zureks; New England Wire Technologies Company. Litz wire... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Wire Brushes - (136 companies)
    ...posts and connectors. They can also be used by veterinarians to clean large animal teeth, such as horse teeth. Wire brushes often have a wooden or plastic handle. The wires of wire brushes are joined by epoxy, staples, or one continuous wire. Certain... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Bare Conductor Wire and Cable - (337 companies)
    ...widely used electrical conductor in wires and cables. Clad steel conductors consist of a steel core fused to an outer shell of aluminum or copper. Conductor Size. Round conductor size is measured in American Wire Gauge (AWG) in the United States... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Wire Rope and Mechanical Cable - (439 companies)
    Wire Rope and Mechanical Cable Information. Wire rope and mechanical cable is wound from high-strength metal strands for structural, mechanical actuation and motion control applications. Suppliers typically list the number of wires per strand... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Tubing - (2519 companies)
    ...on application. Selecting the right tubing first requires distinguishing between these different types, since the properties of the tubing are unique to each. Electrical sheathing - Tubes are designed around electrical cables, wires, or hose... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Wire to Wire Connectors - (75 companies)
    Wire to Wire Connectors Information. Wire-to-wire connectors are used to connect two wire-terminated connectors. They are used as electrical connectors, electronic connectors, and computer connectors. General specifications for a wire-to-wire... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Wire Terminals - (286 companies) assembly. Solderless connectors are wire terminals that provide an electrical connection between two components without permanently soldering them. They are tiny connectors with wires that can plug into a connector housing and can be removed when desired... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Tin Transformation Of Tinned Copper Wire
    ...trans- formation on specimens of electroplated tin and is considered more desirable than bismuth for the foliowhig reasons: (1) bismuth may downgrade copper scrap; (2) bismuth may affect fabrication of admiralty or Naval brass when scrap tinned wire is used; (3) antimony...
  • Protecting the Royal Navy from Lightning-William Snow Harris and His Struggle with the British Admiralty for Fixed Lightning Conductors
    In 1762 William Watson, one of Britain's early electrical scientists, wrote to George Anson, First Lord of the Admi- ralty , recommending the installation of a lightning protection system on Royal Navy vessels. Watson suggested connecting a brass wire conductor about "the thickness of a large goose quill" to the masts, and leading it from there, by the most convenient path, to direct contact with water.3 Anson, sometimes considered the father of the modem...
  • ZASMHBA0003816
    ...Miller, "Antifouling Composite Material, Copper Alloys in Marine Environments," Seamark Systems, United Wire Group PLC "90... Microbial corrosion and biofouling in condensers and heat exchangers J.R. Ibars et al., Biofouling and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in Admiralty Brass Heat Exchanger Tubes, Proceedings of the Fourth International EFC Workshop on Microbial Corrosion, Dep. de Ingeneria y Ciencia de los...
  • Subject Index
    ...Kaiser effect and, 37-38 rough surfaces, 38 thinning of metal, 38 sources of, 69-71 stress application, 40 stress-corrosion cracking 817M40 steel, 53 897M39 steel, 53 Admiralty metal, 57 AISI 4340... ...Zn-Mg alloys, 55 brass , 57 continuous monitoring of... ...for thermal neu- trons, 13 structure and composite honey- comb, acoustic emission, 47 wire in salt water...