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Product Summary of Magnetic Shielding Alloy

Magnetic shielding alloy contains nickel, iron, copper and molybdenum. First developed by Smith and Garnett and patented in 1923 for use in shielding subsea telegraph cables.

Forms and Availability of Magnetic Shielding Alloy

Please find below a list of our standard stock dimensions. Of course, we are very often able to supply alternative dimensions.

Granules - 99.95% Purity

Diameter: 6mm

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Rod - 99.99% Purity

Diameter: 10 - 50mm

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Sheet

Thickness: 0.25 - 6mm

Coil Width: 300mm x 300mm

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Wire

Diameter: 0.5 - 1mm

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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:

Magnetic Shielding Alloy