Inconel X750 Wire (Nickel/Chromium). Inconel wire is a nickel-chromium alloy wire for applications requiring good resistance to oxidation and corrosion at high temperatures.
|Part No.||Diameter (in)||Diameter (mm)||(ohms/cm)||Price
|W180||0.020||0.50||0.04991||$17.00†10 or more: 5% off; 50 or more: 10% off.|
|Unit of measure for ordering is Foot.|
|† Quantity discount 10 or more: 5% off; 50 or more: 10% off.|
|* Lead time for this non-stock item is approximately 48 hours.|
|Ordering information. International (non-US) prices available through your local dealer.|
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