Fine tungsten wire for window heating
Heatable glass is used to prevent the fogging up and freezing of windows in automobiles, trucks, and ships.
We provide exactly the right heating wire for manufacturing this glass: fine tungsten wires that can be used in all types of window heating.
Tungsten wires are characterized by their high melting point, low vapor pressure, excellent thermal conductivity and weldability, and a low electron work function.
The precision, purity, and quality of lamp components must be guaranteed.
Evaporation Coils Made from High Purity Tungsten and Molybdenum
Thermal evaporation (resistance evaporation) is a coating method and is one of the PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) processes. The material for the final layer is heated inside a vacuum chamber until it evaporates. The vapor of the material condensates on the substrate for the desired layer.
As resistance heaters, our evaporation coils have a very high melting point. This means that they can heat virtually any material to the highest temperatures.
High Corrosion Resistance
Ultra Fine Tungsten Wire for Surgery & Cardiology
Fine wires made of tungsten and potassium-doped tungsten are well suited for medical wires for components used for brain stimulation and neuronal studies. With minimum diameters of 0.010 mm, these ultra fine wires are used in surgical robots, stents, guide wires for catheter operations as well as in electro-surgeries. The high density of tungsten gives our medical wires their unique radiopaque visibility.
Our fine wire is well tolerated by the human body and impresses with its freedom from fissures, very high surface quality, very low diametrical tolerance as well as stable mechanical properties.
Flexible & suitable for numerous medical technology applications
Meet the highest quality standards even under extreme conditions over long periods of time.
Tungsten wire for manufacturing filaments
Whether it's a simple incandescent lamp, a general lamp, or a special halogen lamp, all of these require filaments that are made of dimensionally stable tungsten wire. We have developed the NS (non-sag) tungsten wire especially for this purpose. It is characterized by its higher creep resistance and satisfies the stringent requirements for service life, light yield, reliability, and mechanical robustness.
Low split level