This article will provide a quick link to our selection of nichrome (NiCr) resistive wire as well as a brief explanation of what nichrome is and what it can be used for.
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Nichrome is a resistive material made out of varying amounts of nickel, chromium, and iron. Its most common usage is as a resistance wire used in heating, but it can be used in other applications as well.
Most metals oxidize quickly when heated in air and become brittle, however, nichrome has a unique property that allows it to develop an outer layer of chromium oxide when heated, which protects the heating element from further degradation.
An additional constant resistance alloy we carry is manganin, which can be found here: