High Conductivity Rod and Wire for High Current, Hostile Environments

A full range of copper-cored titanium and nickel clad high conductivity rod, wire, and bus bar for high current applications in hostile environments is available from Anomet Products, Inc. of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

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A full range of copper-cored titanium and nickel clad high conductivity rod, wire, and bus bar for high current applications in hostile environments is available from Anomet Products, Inc. of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.

Anomet High Conductivity Rod & Wire features a copper core with a metallurgically bonded, clad outer layer to combine high current carrying capability with the ability to operate in hostile environments. Titanium clad copper (100 percent IACS) handles up to 1000 Amp/in2 current with superior corrosion resistance and nickel clad copper can withstand temperatures up to 1400°F— with specific performance dependent upon the application.

Suitable for a wide range of applications, Anomet High Conductivity Rod & Wire is available with various ratios of metal to copper. For small high current hermetic switch applications, copper-cored glass-to-metal sealing wire is offered from 0.5 to 10mm dia. and for large conductors and electrodes, bus bars up to 12.7mm x 101.6mm are available.

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