Anomet Products highlights custom clad metal wire for fuel cell, electrical distribution applications

Anomet Products highlights custom clad metal wire for fuel cell, electrical distribution applications

Shrewsbury, Mass.-based Anomet Products released custom clad metal wire that can achieve specific performance properties for a wide range of fuel cell and large electrical distribution applications, the company said in a press release. Anomet clad metal products are metallurgically bonded with up to three layers including copper core materials with an outer sheath of nickel, Inconel, or custom alloys to achieve specific performance properties. Ideal for fabricating connectors, micro-switches, and bus bars, they are offered as wire and rod from 0.002- to 0.125-in. O.D. and as ribbon to 1-in. W for small fuel cells and electrical distribution facilities, the company said.

Featuring 2% or more cladding thickness, Anomet Clad Metal Products can include, platinum, gold, palladium, or silver clad to copper, stainless steel, Kovar, niobium, nickel-iron, molybdenum, tantalum, and titanium core materials. A typical fuel cell or battery application includes titanium-clad-copper for corrosion resistance and high conductivity.

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