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.