Resistance Alloys

  • Automotive
  • Scientific Instrumentation
  • High resistivity alloy
  • Low thermal EMF compared to Copper
  • Suitable for high ohmic resistors, potentiometers, or use for heating cables and cords
  • Good workability
  • Working temperature of up to +250°C in air (more if used for heat generation)
  • Isabellenhütte
  • Compliant
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  • Medical
  • Scientific Instrumentation
  • Test and Measurement
  • Resistance and Thermoelectric alloy
  • Very high thermal EMF compared to Copper
  • Suitable as thermocouple material, including compensation and extension leads, resistors and potentiometers (not precision), or use for heating cables and cords
  • Good workability
  • Variety of standardised temperature ranges and qualities available
  • Isabellenhütte
  • Compliant
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Various options available

  • Automotive
  • Scientific Instrumentation
  • Test and Measurement
  • Excellent long term stability
  • Extremely low thermal EMF compared to Copper
  • Industry standard material for precision resistors and shunts
  • Good workability
  • Working temperature of up to +140°C in air
  • Isabellenhütte
  • Compliant
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£0.00

Various options available

Manufacturers

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  • Isabellenhütte

Resistance Alloys

Since Isabellenhütte invented Manganin® resistance alloy in 1889, the company name has been synonymous to quality and top-of-the-range precision alloys on the market. Over the years they were able to make and perfect other resistance alloys such as Zeranin®, Isaohm® and Noventin®. Their common denominator is an excellent long term stability, achieved by good corrosion resistance and permanent microstructure of homogeneous mixed crystals. Closely toleranced conductivity, low thermal stress and very low temperature coefficient mean these products are not just resistance alloys – they are precision resistance alloys.