Alloys are mixed at the molecular level elements that alter the properties and make it stronger, lighter and more flexible than their constituent elements.
These new metals have resulted in many of our modern manufacturing processes and from a technical point of view, can create equipment that was previously impossible to manufacture. You can find more information on high performance nickel alloys.
By carefully measuring the elements used to create an alloy we were able to produce metals adapted to different applications.
These alloys have been categorized to make it easier to choose the correct alloy for a particular task. Electrical conductivity
Nickel alloys can be highly effective for conducting electricity which makes them ideal for use in integrated circuits and magnetic shields. The alloys best suited for this type of application are:
The fact that certain nickel alloys retain their strength when they are subjected to high temperatures means that they can be used in an environment where the transfer of heat is resistant or necessary.
You can even have an electric stove that uses such an alloy for the heating element. The following alloys are specifically developed for maximum heat resistance: