Best 17 Superelastic Nitinols

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0035 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium Straight 12L Pack of 5

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.035″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 12″L (Pack of 5)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.035″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 12″L (Pack of 5) - The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0005 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.005″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.005″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0040 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium Straight 36L Pack of 1

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.040″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 36″L (Pack of 1)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.040″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 36″L (Pack of 1) - It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation.

 

Kelloggs Research Labs 0020 05mm Superelastic Nitinol wire 5 feet

Kellogg’s Research Labs, 0.020″ (0.5mm) Superelastic Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg’s Research Labs, 0.020″ (0.5mm) Superelastic Nitinol wire, 5 feet - These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone’s coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. The uses for this are endless. And then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity. Nitinol, also known as ni-ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. They’re great for birthday parties to see your child’s amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone ‘accidentally’ spills coffee on it. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire 0055 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium Straight 72 Length Pack of 5

Nitinol #1 Wire, 0.055″ OD, SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight, 72″ Length (Pack of 5)

Nitinol #1 Wire, 0.055″ OD, SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight, 72″ Length (Pack of 5) - There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire 0037 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium Straight 72 Length Pack of 10

Nitinol #1 Wire, 0.037″ OD, SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight, 72″ Length (Pack of 10)

Nitinol #1 Wire, 0.037″ OD, SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight, 72″ Length (Pack of 10) - Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire.

 

Nitinol Wire - 0032 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol Wire – 0.032″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol Wire – 0.032″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0018 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium Straight 12L Pack of 10

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.018″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 12″L (Pack of 10)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.018″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium), Straight 12″L (Pack of 10) - The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes.

 

Nitinol Wire - 0033 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol Wire – 0.033″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol Wire – 0.033″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0014 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.014″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.014″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire.

 

Superelastic nitinol spring 0020 05mm wire on 14 mandrel by Kelloggs Research Labs

Superelastic nitinol spring 0.020″ (0.5mm) wire on 1/4″ mandrel by Kellogg’s Research Labs

Superelastic nitinol spring 0.020″ (0.5mm) wire on 1/4″ mandrel by Kellogg’s Research Labs - 5% deformation, whereas a superelastic spring can sustain up to a 50% deformation the fatigue life of superelastic springs also is typically 100-1,000 times longer than steel springs. The shape memory effect is well known and is the result of thermally induced martensite. Putting this in perspective, a stainless steel spring can only sustain a 0. The % deformation is taken at the crystal level, not the length of the spring. What does this look like in real life first, the spring behaves like a regular steel spring, up to about 2% deformation. However, if the temperature is above the transition temperature and the nitinol is stressed (a force exerted on it), then we get the reverse transition, creating stress induced martensite (sim). At about 2% deformation, the spring hits what’s called the plateau stress. Above this deformation, the force really doesn’t change at all as the spring is lengthened. Superelasticity is a phenomenon observed in nitinol when heated above its transition temperature.

 

Nitinol Wire - 0055 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol Wire – 0.055″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol Wire – 0.055″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation.

 

Kelloggs Research Labs 0040 10mm Superelastic Nitinol wire 5 feet

Kellogg’s Research Labs, 0.040″ (1.0mm) Superelastic Nitinol wire, 5 feet

Kellogg’s Research Labs, 0.040″ (1.0mm) Superelastic Nitinol wire, 5 feet - The shape memory effect comes from the mixture of nickel and titanium transferring between the martensite and austenite phases of crystal structure. Basically, what this looks like is you have a wire that you can straighten, bend into any shape, mash, etc. They’re great for birthday parties to see your child’s amazement when this simple piece of wire turns into their name when someone ‘accidentally’ spills coffee on it. Other uses include robotics, heat engines, science projects, practical jokes, artery stents for a bypass surgery, the only limitation is your creativity. Nitinol, also known as ni-ti is one of several shape memory alloys available. These make wonderful magic tricks for when you dunk the wire into someone’s coffee, the wire turns into the card that they have in their hand. And then place it in hot water to watch it come back to its original shape. The uses for this are endless.

 

Nitinol Wire - 0024 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol Wire – 0.024″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol Wire – 0.024″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0008 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.008″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.008″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0025 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.025″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.025″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire. Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work.

 

Nitinol 1 Wire - 0050 OD SuperElastic Nitinol 1 56 Nickel 44 Titanium

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.050″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium)

Nitinol #1 Wire – 0.050″ OD SuperElastic Nitinol #1 (56% Nickel, 44% Titanium) - Nitinol alloys have the intriguing ability to recover a preset shape, even after drastic distortion. There are two primary but overlapping categories of nitinol. A new memory is imparted by restraining the material in exactly the shape required and heating to a temperature above 932f (500c) for a minimum of five minutes. Excellent corrosion resistance and biocompatibility contribute to nitinols continued growth in the medical device world. Nitinol super elastic wire astm f2063 annealed, straightened, cut, light oxide finish gets its name from its elemental composition and the discovery team who first recognized the potential of this powerful alloy (nickel titanium naval ordinance laboratory). Composition is typically 55-56 percent nickel and 44-45 percent titanium, but slight adjustments of this ratio can significantly impact the properties of the material. Our nitinol wire is a superelastic alloy which can be strained at least eight to ten times more than ordinary spring steel without permanent deformation. Length tolerance is + 1/8 /, 0 inches. It can be rather severely compressed, bent or otherwise distorted, but snaps back to its preset or trained shape with considerable force that can be used as work. Prosthetic devices routinely utilize nitinol alloys. It can be repeatedly retrained to achieve new shapes. The shape will be set upon cooling and will exhibit the same flexibility and resistance to deformation as the original wire.





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