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Resistance Heating Wire

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4 years 4 weeks ago - 4 years 3 weeks ago #2716 by Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN
Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN created the topic: Resistance Heating Wire
Hi Venerable Scientists,

Is there any one who interested in production of resistance heating wire?
What is the process in order to manufacture resistance heating wire which is Resistohm-145 quality.

I wonder that Is it possible to produce by just wire drawing which cold?
Is the heating resistance wire shaped in a different way from cold drawing?

Thanks in advance.

Özgen KARAARSLAN
Last Edit: 4 years 3 weeks ago by Peter J Stewart-Hay.

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4 years 3 weeks ago #2719 by Peter J Stewart-Hay
Peter J Stewart-Hay replied the topic: Re: Resistance Heating Wire
Kanthal (Alloy 875/815), a ferromagnetic alloy, is a family of iron-chromium-aluminum (Fe-Cr-Al) alloys used in a wide range of resistance and high-temperature applications they are also used in the form of resistance wires.

Please see www.steelgrade.org/Steel-grades/High-all...stohm-alloy-145.html for mechanical properties and chemical composition. It is 70% iron, 24% chromium and 5.9% aluminum.

We suggest you discuss your drawing requirements with a well experienced manufacturer of ferrous wire drawing machinery to learn the details of the latest technology in drawing/ rolling Resistohm alloy 145 steel alloy.

Regards,
Peter J. Stewart-Hay Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
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4 years 3 weeks ago - 4 years 1 week ago #2720 by Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN
Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN replied the topic: Re: Resistance Heating Wire
Dear Mr.Stewart-Hay

Primarily, thank you for your interest.
- Is tempering necessarily required after cold rolling?
- Is bright annealing necessarily due to problems of oxidation?

Best Regards
Last Edit: 4 years 1 week ago by Peter J Stewart-Hay.

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4 years 3 weeks ago - 4 years 1 week ago #2721 by Peter J Stewart-Hay
Peter J Stewart-Hay replied the topic: Re: Resistance Heating Wire
Hello again,

I'm sorry but I am not an expert in the ferrous side of the wire and cable industry. The gentleman who moderates this Technical Division however is a true expert and hopefully he will be able to give you answers to your questions.

I initially replied because you erroneously left a copy of your message in the Electrical Division. Then I moved it over to the Ferrous Division.where it belongs.

Regards,
Peter J. Stewart-Hay Principal
Stewart-Hay Associates
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4 years 3 weeks ago #2722 by Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN
Mr Özgen KARAARSLAN replied the topic: Re: Resistance Heating Wire
It is no problem. :)

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