A fuse wire is used in incandescent and fluoroscent tube lamps as circuit breakers when conditions of over-current or over-loading arise. Fuse wire makes up the outer-lead of one or both lead-in-wires. The following alloys can be used for fuse wires: NiCu30Fe, FeCrAl125, or FeNi43.
|NiCu30Fe||Min 63||Max 1.25||1.0- 2.5||Max 0.50||28-34||Max 0.15||Max 0.50||Max 0.20|
|FeNi43||41-43||Max 0.05||Max 1.0||Max 0.3||Max 0.02||Max 0.02||Balance|
Between 20-100 °C
% at L0=100 mm
JLC 400 typical applications include springs, valves, pumps, propeller shafts, electrical and electronic components, to name a few. It is used as wire mesh and filters for chemical and pertrochemical industry, for connecting braids of heating elements, and for mechanical applications in cold-headed parts and fasteners. Another application is for welding core wires and MIG/TIG wires. This alloy is widely used in lamp industry as a fuse wire in lead-in-wires for lamps.
JLC 500 finds use in several industries such as chemical, oil and gas, medical, and marine. Typical applications include springs, valves, fasteners, pumps shafts, oil-well drilling collars, surgical blades, non-magnetic housings, sensors, and electronic components, etc.
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