Nickel6 0.2mm 30mesh

Pure Nickel Woven Wire Mesh

Nickel wire mesh is woven from pure nickel wire material, and its nickel content is not less than 99.6%, and the highest is 99.99%.

First of all, nickel wire mesh has excellent conductivity, second only to silver wire mesh. Also, nickel will cause self-corrosion in the air, forming a black oxide film, which greatly improves its corrosion resistance. It not only has stable performance in the atmosphere, freshwater, and seawater but also has extremely high resistance in some harsh environments such as strong acids and alkalis, which is especially suitable for industries that require high corrosion resistance.

Nickel6 0.2mm 30mesh
Nickel6 0.2mm 30mesh
Nickel6 0.2mm 30mesh
Nickel6 0.2mm 30mesh
Nickel6 0.5mm 10mesh
Nickel6 0.5mm 10mesh
Nickel6 0.5mm 10mesh
Nickel6 0.5mm 10mesh

Nickel 200/201 Wire Mesh

Ni200 is a type of nickel-based high-temperature alloy, also known as Nickel 200 or commercial pure nickel. It has a high purity level, typically around 99.6%. This alloy has nickel as its base and exhibits high strength and good resistance to oxidation and gas corrosion within the temperature range of 650°C to 1000°C. It is particularly useful in applications where product purity needs to be maintained, such as food processing, synthetic fibers, and caustic soda industries. Ni200 is also widely used in structural applications where corrosion resistance is the primary consideration factor. Additionally, it finds application in fields like astronomy and missile parts.

Its chemical composition generally includes elements such as nickel, carbon, manganese, silicon, sulfur iron and copper etc. When using Ni200 one should note that it’s not recommended for temperatures exceeding 316°C because prolonged exposure within the range of 800°F to1200°F can cause precipitation of carbon phases leading to reduced ductility.

Ni201 is a low-carbon variant of Ni200 with high ductility and excellent corrosion resistance properties. It’s commonly used for manufacturing parts requiring strong magnetism and superior corrosion resistance capabilities.

Nickel Analysis

Nickel Alloy Wire Mesh

In addition to pure nickel wire mesh, there is also nickel alloy wire mesh, which is made from nickel wire combined with other elements, such as chromium, molybdenum, or copper. These alloys offer enhanced properties, such as improved corrosion resistance or increased strength. Some common nickel alloys used in wire mesh include:

  • Inconel: A nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy with excellent corrosion and high temperature resistance.
  • Monel: A nickel-copper alloy with good corrosion resistance and strength.
  • Hastelloy: A nickel-molybdenum-chromium alloy with exceptional corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments.

Characteristics

Corrosion Resistance

Nickel wire mesh is highly resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for use in harsh environments. It can withstand exposure to various chemicals, including acids, alkalis, and salts.

High Temperature Resistance

Nickel wire mesh can maintain its structural integrity at high temperatures, making it ideal for applications that require heat resistance. It can withstand temperatures up to 1000°C (1832°F).

Electrical Conductivity

Nickel wire mesh has good electrical conductivity, making it suitable for use in electronic devices and electrical shielding applications.

Mechanical Properties

Nickel wire mesh has excellent mechanical properties, including high tensile strength and good ductility. This makes it suitable for use in applications that require strength and durability.

Pure Nickel Mesh

Applications

Ultra-high corrosion resistance and acid and alkali resistance make nickel wire mesh widely used as filter materials in mining, petroleum, chemical, food, pharmaceutical, machinery, and other fields.
It is mainly used for filtration and separation of gases, liquids, solids particles, and other special media under environmental conditions such as strong acid and strong alkali.

Its excellent electrical conductivity allows it to be used in electronic applications such as battery electrodes, collector networks, and radiation shielding.

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