|Size||Diameter >11 mm|
|Bulk Density(g/cm3)||approximately 4.9 - 5.6 g/cm3|
|Thickness||approximately > 5 mm|
Nickel is rarely used in its pure form. Instead, it is combined with other metals, especially iron, chromium, and copper, to produce alloys that are superior to the individual metals.
The Nickel Disc is a product of the carbonyl refining process. This process makes one of the purest forms of nickel. The consistent product quality and the distinctive shape (for optimum handleability and conveyability) make nickel discs an industry standard for a wide range of melting applications.
• Diameter: approximately >11 mm
• Thickness: approximately > 5 mm
• Bulk density: approximately 4.9 - 5.6 g/cm3
• 2000 kg (4408 lb.) bag
• 250 kg (551 lb) steel drums; 4 drums per pallet
• Bulk Shipments (approximately 40,000 lbs)
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