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show answer » The 2826MB material has a nominal thickness of 1.2mils (30 microns). The maximum width is 2.0 inches (50mm) and the material is sold based on volume. The minimum order quantity is 1 kg.
show answer » We can suggest a Metglas product based cut core made from our 2605SA1 alloy called powerlite c-cores. These cores would be an excellent choice for any alternative energy inverter designs.
show answer » Vicker's hardness: 900 (with 50g load) Yield Strength: > 7x10^8 N/m^2 Elastic modulus: 100-110 GPa Poisson's ratio: 0.3 Thermal expansion coefficient: 7.6 ppm/Centigrade
show answer » METGLAS2714A ribbon which has the highest permeability, exceeding that of crystalline Supermalloy
show answer » Our METGLAS 2714A ribbon can achieve a permeability of 100,000. The ribbon thickness is about 18 micron and we can supply up to 50 mm (2 inch) wide ribbon.
show answer » The thermal conductivity of this material is 9 W/m-degree C.
show answer » Thermal conductivity of Metglas 2605SA1, SC, CO and S3A is about 9 W/m-Centigrade for 20-100 Centigrade. We do not have data on other Metglas alloys. However, all of our materials have electrical resistivites (inverse of electrical conductivities) of 120-140 microOhm-cm, indicating the thermal conductivities of these alloys are about the same.