Platinum Clad Wires
Our platinum clad wires take full advantage of the characteristics of platinum, such as tensile strength, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, etc.
Molybdenum, highly resistant to heat, and iron-nickel alloy and other materials are used for lead material for electronic devices and coated with platinum to produce clad wires, enabling full use of the performance of each material.
- Higher bonding strength than platinum-plated wires
- Smooth surface free of pinholes
- Excellent corrosion resistance, heat resistance, oxidation resistance and conductivity with platinum coating
|Minimum diameter (mm)||φ0.07||φ0.18|
|Minimum clad thickness（µm）||7||5|
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Sensor lead wires, electrical appliance thermistors, etc.