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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SLB1 Radwell Crouse Hinds Electrical Products, Conduit & Fitting CONDUIT FITTING 1/2INCH FERALOY IRON ALLOY W/COVER
LB97 Radwell Crouse Hinds Electrical Products, Conduit & Fitting CONDUIT BODY 3-1/2INCH FERALOY IRON ALLOY
T17 Radwell Crouse Hinds Electrical Products, Conduit & Fitting CONDUIT T STYLE 1/2INCH FERALOY IRON ALLOY

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  • Alloy
    Alloy 42 is a family of nickel iron alloys, suitable for joining to ceramic chips in electronic circuits, as well as glass-to-metal joining applications such as leaded windows and cathode tubes. It is a relatively inexpensive alternative to other electronic alloys such as Kovar. The medical
  • Cast Iron
    as the main alloying element. Steels contain less than 2 and usually less than 1% carbon; all cast irons contain more than 2% carbon. Two percent is about the maximum carbon content at which iron can solidify as a single-phase alloy with all the carbon solution in austenite. Thus, the cast irons
  • Iron-Based Superalloys
    Iron, nickel, and cobalt-based alloys used primarily for high-temperature applications are known as superalloys. The iron-based grades, which are less expensive than cobalt or nickel-based grades, are of three types: alloys that can be strengthened by a martensitic type of transformation, alloys
  • Mechanical Properties of Metal Injection Moulded 316L Stainless Steel Using Both Prealloy and Master Alloy Techniques
    Stainless steel 316L MIM components can be made from either prealloyed powders or from master alloys blended with carbonyl iron powder. In this study these two techniques were compared using prealloyed and master alloyed gas atomised powders of 216 ?m and 222 ?m sizes. Four different compounds were
  • Glass Viewport Transmission Curve
    Glass viewports are an economical, practical and common solution for vacuum observation ports. Glass viewports are typically sealed to low expansion nickel-iron alloys or 300 series stainless steel metal sleeves using the latest in glass-to-metal bonding technology.
  • Viewports Introduction
    Glass viewports are an economical, practical and common solution for vacuum observation ports. Glass viewports are typically sealed to low expansion nickel-iron alloys or 300 series stainless steel metal sleeves using the latest in glass-to-metal bonding technology. The material in MDC glass
  • Century of Good Luck (.pdf)
    Not many large steel and iron alloy foundries are left in the United States. Columbia Steel Casting Co.'s vast, vertically integrated manufacturing facilities "tend to surprise first time visitors," says Hobart Bird, owner and chairman of the board. He joined Columbia Steel after serving in World
  • Rust Preventative Coatings
    Rust preventative coatings are designed to minimize rust or iron alloy corrosion when applied directly to ferrous metal such as carbon or alloy steels. They protect against rust by preventing moisture from reaching the metal or under lying substrate or by providing a sacrificial layer. Resin-based
  • Computer Power User Article - Under Development
    of mechanical engineering, sought a way to keep the temperature extremely localized. They coated a 1cm-square silicon wafer in either a gold-palladium alloy to make silicon nanowires or a nickel-iron alloy to make carbon nanotubes. Either silane or acetylene vapors, respectively, were directed

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  • Metals and Alloys Dictionary
    Nickel-chromium- iron alloys of varying composition, used, particularly in cast form, for heat, fire, and chemical resistance (American Manganese Steel Co.).
  • Landolt-Börnstein
    43 3 113 coefficient of thermal expansion of the pure iron 43 3 114 lattice constant of ferrous alloys .
  • Modern Electroplating 5th Edition
    Electrodeposition of Iron and Iron Alloys .
  • Al-Fe-Ti
    Diagram, Experimental, #, *, 12) Raghavan, V., “The Al-Fe-Ti (Aluminum-Iron-Titanium) System�? in Phase Diagrams ofTernary Iron Alloys , Part I, ASM International and The Indian Inst.
  • ZEMEA2008ALL
    However, for high-sensitivity communication equipment used to detect or transmit small signals, nickel- iron alloys are commonly used because they have much higher permeabilities in weak magnetic fields.
  • Joint Thesaurus Part I (A-L) and Part II (M-Z)
    *BT1 chromium alloys *BT1 corrosion resistant alloys *BT1 haynes alloys *BT1 heat resisting alloys *BT1 iron alloys *BT1 lanthanum additions *BT1 nickel alloys *BT1 tungsten alloys NT1 haynes 188 alloy ALLOY-CO43CR20FE18NI13W3 .
  • Cast and Wrought Aluminium Bronzes
    Equilibrium diagram - Development of microstructure - Effect of hot-working on structure and mechanical properties Vulnerability to corrosion - Effects oj tin and nickel additions Copper-aluminium- iron alloys with small additions of nickel and manganese - Copper-aluminium-iron alloys with high aluminium content...