What Are The USES Of Nickel Plate?

2024-01-05 18:05:21

What Are The USES Of Nickel Plate?

Sep 12, 2019

The nickel plate USES I: mainly used for civil and construction cement, mechanical equipment protection, handicraft manufacturing, high-grade sound box net cover. Highway guardrail, stadium fence, road green belt fence, stainless steel, electroplating, nickel metal hydride battery, etc.

Two USES of nickel plate: by 67.5% nickel, 16% iron, 15% chromium, 1.5% manganese alloy, with a large resistance, used to make a variety of rheostat and electric heater.

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Nickel plate for three purposes: a large number of alloy manufacturing. The addition of nickel to steel improves mechanical strength. For example, when the nickel content in steel increases from 2.94% to 7.04%, the tensile strength increases from 52.2kg/mm 2 to 72.8kg/mm 3.

Four USES: nickel steel can be used to make parts of the machine that can withstand greater pressure, shock and reciprocating loads, such as turbine blades, crankshafts, connecting rods, etc.

Nickel plate use five: nickel containing 36%, containing carbon 0.3-0.5% of nickel steel, its expansion coefficient is very small, almost no heat expansion and cold contraction, used to manufacture a variety of precision machinery, accurate gauge, etc.

Six USES of nickel plate: heavy nickel plate can be used for oil tanker pedal net, heavy machinery and boiler, oil mine, locomotive, ten thousand ton ship work platform, escalator, walkway. It can also be used in building industry, highway and bridge.

Seven USES of nickel plate: mainly used to manufacture stainless steel and other corrosion resistant alloys, such as nickel steel, nickel chromium steel and various non-ferrous metal alloys, high content of nickel copper nickel alloy, is not easy to corrosion. Also used as hydrogenation catalyst and for ceramic products, special chemical utensils, electronic circuits, glass green and nickel compounds preparation and so on.

Eight USES of nickel plate: high nickel steel containing 46% nickel and 0.15% carbon, called "platinum", because its expansion coefficient is similar to platinum and glass, this high nickel steel can be welded into glass. It is very important in light bulb production and can be used as a substitute for platinum wire. Some precision transparent frames are also made of platinum-like steel, so that the lens does not fall out of the frame as it expands with heat and contracts with cold.