Tantalum Capillary Introduction:
Tantalum (Ta) is a dark blue-gray metal that is very heavy, ductile and hard and has high corrosion resistance. Tantalum is especially resistant to chemicals at temperatures below 150 °C and can only be dissolved with hydrofluouric acid. It has the fourth highest melting point of all metals and is able to form extremely thin and protective oxide layers for high-quality capacitors.
Application of Ta Capillary:
Tantalum is a dark (blue-gray), very heavy, ductile and hard metal with high corrosion resistance. Tantalum capillary tube can be used as the filament lead tube of the cathode insulator in an x-ray tube, as a marker band in medicine and can be used as as thermocouple tube.
• Used in laboratory equipment.
• Used as a substitute for platinum.
• Used as the filament lead tube of the cathode insulator in an x-ray tube.
• Used in liquid tantalum electrolytic capacitors.
Tantalum Capillary Specifications:
Outer Diameter (OD): 0.2~8mm
Wall Thickness (WT): 0.015 ~ 1mm
Length (L): 1mm~1000mm
Tolerance: OD, +/-0.003mm. WT, +/-0.005mm. L, +/-0.05mm
If you require larger sizes, you can see tantalum tube
Tantalum and Tantalum Alloy
- R05200, unalloyed tantalum, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both
- R05400, unalloyed tantalum, powder-metallurgy consolidation.
- R05255, tantalum alloy, 90 % tantalum, 10 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace of vacuum-arc melt, or both.
- R05252, tantalum alloy, 97.5 % tantalum, 2.5 % tungsten, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt, or both.
- R05240, tantalum alloy, 60 % tantalum, 40 % nobium, electron-beam furnace or vacuum-arc melt.
Our tantalum capillaries are carefully handled to prevent damage during storage and transportation.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for your reference!