Isabellenhütte presents new Noventin alloy
Noventin to be unveiled at Wire 2014
Alloy to be unveiled at Wire 2014
Noventin can be used in a wide range of applications, such as in the making of wire-wound resistors and heating resistors or as hard-soldering or construction material. Isabellenhütte will unveil this innovation at this year's Wire, the global trade fair for the wire and cable industry, in Dusseldorf. Those interested can find out more about using the material as a wire with up to 1 mm in diameter at booth 11B33 in hall 11 from 7 to 11 April.
MANGANIN®, ISAOHM® and NOVENTIN® are registered trademarks of Isabellenhütte Heusler GmbH & Co. KG.
Noventin technical data:
Resistivity: 0.90 Ωmm²/m
Temperature coefficient (TCR):
between 20 °C and 50 °C
±20 ppm/K, special ±10 ppm/K
EMF against copper
at 20° C: ±0.5 µV/K, special ±0.3 µV/K
ISABELLENHÜTTE Heusler GmbH & Co. KG
Isabellenhütte Heusler GmbH & Co. KG has been owned by the Heusler family since 1827. With its resistance and thermoelectric alloys, the company lives up to the high quality standards of electronics and sets itself apart through custom solutions tailored to fit customers' needs. Other business units are dedicated to the production of precision and power resistors, while the measurement technology designed by Isabellenhütte is considered to lead the field in shunt-based current measuring systems. The company developed the Manganin alloy, which is based on copper and manganese, in 1889. To this day, it remains the state of the art for high-precision resistance alloys. Around 720 staff are employed at its headquarters and production works in Dillenburg, Hesse.