Silver Wire

Silver Wire

MATERIAL OVERVIEW

ESPI offers wire made up of many different element’s and/or alloys as well as in numerous other forms and purities; up to 6N (99.9999%) and sells principally to the research and manufacturing communities. Wire is usually a single, cylindrical, flexible strand of metal which is used to carry electricity and telecommunications signals or to bear mechanical loads or for research purposes. Although wire is usually circular in cross-section it can be made into square, hexagonal, flattened rectangular or other cross-section forms. Wire and rod are commonly formed by drawing or extruding which are metal working processes using tensile forces to change its form by either pulling (draw) or pushing (extrude) metal through a die of the desired cross-section to create objects of a fixed cross-sectional profile.

Where not specified in the purchase order or contract, ESPI shall apply standard workmanship tolerances. Rounds (rod, wire, etc): +/-10% for diameter and length. Profiles (plate, sheet, foil, etc): +/- 10% for thickness, width and length. Other non-machined solids (powder, shot, pieces, etc): +/-10% for weight, +/-25% for size.

HOWEVER, ESPI'S RESPONSIVENESS TO ANY CUSTOMER'S UNIQUE SPECIFICATIONS, ENABLES US TO MANUFACTURE TO NEARLY ANY CUSTOM REQUIREMENT.

Contact ESPI at 800-638-2581,via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or click on the "Chat Now" icon to the right for additional thicknesses, diameters or custom sizes.

Characteristics: Soft, ductile, lustrous white solid. Highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals. Resists oxidation, but tarnishes in air through reaction with atmospheric sulfur compounds. Absorbs oxygen strongly at melting point. Soluble in nitric acid, and alkali cyanide solutions, insoluble in water and alkalies. Noncombustible, except as powder.

Hazards: Tolerance (metal) 0.1 mg/m3 of air; (soluble compounds, (as Ag), 0.1 mg/m3 of air

In addition to the standard sizes listed in our online catalog custom shapes and sizes are available upon request.  If you have a custom requirement contact us by telephone at (800)638-2581 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional diameters, thicknesses or custom sizes.

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GENERAL PROPERTIES

Symbol:

Ag

Atomic Number:

47

Atomic Weight:

107.868

Density:

10.50 gm/cc

Melting Point:

961.93 oC

Boiling Point:

2212 oC

Thermal Conductivity:

4.29 W/cm/K @ 298.2 K

Electrical Resistivity:

1.586 microhm-cm @ 20 oC

Electronegativity:

1.9 Paulings

Specific Heat:

0.0566 Cal/g/K @ 25 oC

Heat of Vaporization:

60.7 K-Cal/gm atom at 2212 oC

Heat of Fusion:

2.70 Cal/gm mole

 

TYPICAL ANALYSES - Impurities in ppm

Material / Purity:

3N5

4N

5N

6N

Ca 200 40 - -
Na <20 <4 - -
Pb <20 <4 - <.20
Si 75 15 - -
Ni - - - .10
Fe 40 8 2 <.14
Mg 50 10 - -
Bi <20 <5 <.2 -
Cu 45 8 .6 .19
Pd - - .6 .46

SILVER WIRE

Material

Purity

Silver Wire .001”
3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .002" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .003" 3N5, 4N ,5N
Silver Wire .004" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .005" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .006" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .007" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .008" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .009" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .010" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .015 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .020" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .025" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .030" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .040" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .060" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .080" 3N5, 4N, 5N
Silver Wire .090" 3N5, 4N, 5N

- Wire is spooled to order and sold by the foot or meter. Call or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for additional diameters or custom sizes.

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ALLOYS

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Welcome to

ESPI was incorporated in 1950 with a mission to provide a competitive source for high purity metals, metal compounds and alloys. We are a valuable resource for virtually all major universities worldwide, global corporate R&D laboratories, thousands of domestic and international manufacturing companies and all U.S. government research laboratories. ESPI offers unique advantages often unavailable from larger organizations with no minimum order size & all business hour calls are handled by a competent sales representative. Automated answering systems and voice mail are not an option at ESPI.

Located within our fabrication facility is the melting department, forging & shaping areas, and the rod & wire, and sheet & foil departments providing the following manufacturing capabilities:

  • Casting of pure metals and alloys
  • Vacuum arc melting
  • Induction melting
  • Rod and wire drawing/extrusion
  • Sheet, foil and ribbon rolling
  • CNC milling and machining

Tel: 541-488-8311 - Email: sales@espimetals.com - or click the "Live Help/Chat Now" icon, upper right.

 

FORMS

ESPI produces and sells 68 elements and dozens of alloys in various forms for your custom needs. Click on the forms below to be directed to detailed information on manufacturing.

 

 

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