Product Summary of Nickel
One of four materials that along with iron, cobalt & gadolinium are ferromagnetic at room temperature. Although the use of nickel can be traced back to 3500 BC, it was not until 1751 that Axel Fredrik Cronstedt successfully classified it as a chemical element. It has excellent corrosion resistance in both air and water and tends to be used as a coating and as an alloying element in a number of important alloys.
Characteristics of Nickel include:
- Good corrosion resistance
Forms and Availability of Nickel
Please find below a list of our standard stock dimensions. Of course, we are very often able to supply alternative dimensions.
Granules - 99.99% Purity
Diameter: 5 - 20mm
Foil In Coil - 99.0% Purity
Thickness: 0.01 - 0.25mm
Coil Width: 150mm
Diameter: 0.25 - 1mm
Foil In Coil - 99.98% Purity
Thickness: 0.025 - 0.5mm
What quantities are listed in our on-line catalog?
For large quantities, please request a quote using the links above. For small quantities with rapid delivery, please consult the following catalog pages: