Alloys for Strength and Corrosion Resistance

As industries around the world push for higher and higher levels of  performance in their materials, metallurgists continue to develop new and exciting alloys to meet today's challenges. Regardless...

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Four Industries That Use CWI Spring Wire

At Central Wire Industries, we are proud to manufacture spring wire for a variety of industries and applications throughout Europe and the world. Stainless steel, nickel, and specialty alloy spring...

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Alloys for High Corrosion Resistance

As industries around the world push for higher and higher levels of performance in their materials, metallurgists continue to develop new and exciting alloys to meet today's challenges. Regardless of...

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The Differences Between INCONEL® and MONEL®

If you have visited the alloys page on our website, you may have seen the Nickel Specialty Series, INCONEL® and MONEL®, and wondered what the differences are. In general, they are heat resistant, and...

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What is Precipitation Hardening?

In addition to stainless steel and nickel, Central Wire produces shaped wire in the specialty alloy X750. X750 is corrosion and oxidation resistant, and it is also heat tolerant up to 1300 degrees...

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The Benefits of Spring Wire Coatings

Central Wire offers a full line of stainless steel and nickel spring wires with Techcote™, TechBrite™, Nickel Flash, and Copper with Soap coatings. These coatings offer a variety of aesthetic...

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Things to Know When Welding With Nickel Alloys

If you are welding with nickel alloys, your goal is to resist some type of corrosion such as pitting, crevice, and/or stress-corrosion cracking. No post weld treatment is needed to maintain...

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Three Products That Use Round Wire

Round wire is the base for many wire and cable products. As a wire manufacturer, Central Wire Industries offers a full stock of stainless steel, nickel, specialty and copper alloy round wire.

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