Gold / Gold Alloy Nonferrous Metals and Alloys

Gesswein H. Yellow -- 2010
from Gesswein Co., Inc.

Add 24K gold to our high-purity alloys to create the karat and color that you desire (18K = 75% fine gold, 25% alloy; 14K = 58.33% fine gold, 41.67% alloy; 10K = 41.67% fine gold, 58.33% alloy). Can also be used to lower karat. Sold in shot form and packaged in preweighed bags. [See More]

  • Nonferrous: PreciousNoble; Gold
  • Shape / Form: Ingot or Billet
  • Specialty / Other Types: Alloy
  • Applications: Jewelry Manufacturing
Gold Clad Conductive Filler
from Oerlikon Metco

Reduce cost without compromising the quality of your product. Our nickel-gold clad composite powders offer significant cost savings and performance benefits over traditional gold-based conductive polymer additives for electronic packaging applications. We expertly design materials that meet, or... [See More]

  • Nonferrous: PreciousNoble; Gold
  • Applications: Abrasion Resistant; Aerospace or Aircraft Quality
  • Shape / Form: Powder, Granule or Flake
Gold Flake, Copper Coated
from Technic, Inc.

Gold Flake, Copper Coated [See More]

  • Nonferrous: PreciousNoble; Gold
Gold Precious Metal Consumable for Electronics
from Umicore Materials

Semiconductors and electronics play a major role in our world. Just about everything from consumer goods, transportation, housing and manufacturing infrastructure, to large area information systems is based on such technologies. Umicore Thin Film Products (TFP) successfully develops, manufactures,... [See More]

  • Nonferrous: PreciousNoble; Gold
  • Applications: Electronics or semiconductors