Nickel Powder

Nickel Powder Type 123

Typical physical characteristics

 

Typical value

Fisher sub-sieve size

3.0 – 7.0 μm

Bulk density (Scott volumeter)

1.6 – 2.6 g/cc

Production site/Production method

 UK & Canada/Carbonyl method

Form

 Deeply cleft, spiky shape

Packaging

 136 kg drums
 200 kg drums

Main Characteristics

 1. Spiky texture facilitates tight binding with the other metal powders and makes it ideal for powder metallurgy applications.
 2. Uniform dispersion in sintering promotes formation of stable metallic structure.

Applications

 1. Powder metallurgy
 2. Cemented carbide

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Nickel Powder Type 255

Typical physical characteristics

 

Typical value

Average Fisher sub-sieve size

2.2 – 2.8 µm (ASTMB330)

Bulk density (Scott volumeter)

0.50 – 0.65 g/cc (ASTMB329)

Specific surface area (BET)

– 0.7 ㎡/g

Production site/Production method

 UK & Canada/Carbonyl method

Form

 Filamentary fine powder

Packaging

 75 kg drums

Main Characteristics

 1. Fine powder in unique filamentary structure is excellent for production of high porous sintered electrodes.
 2. Also used in conductive coatings and glue as its unique share excels in conductivity.

Applications

 1. NiCd and NiMH batteries
 2. Conductive coatings/glues

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Nickel Powder CGNP

Typical chemical composition

Ni

C

Fe

O

S

%

Bal.

<0.10

<0.01

<0.15

<0.001

Production site/Production method

 UK & Canada/Carbonyl method

Packaging

 136 kg drums
 200 kg drums
 1 ton flexible bags

Main Characteristics

 1.  Widely used as a nickel feed in the production of high purity nickel salts thanks to its extreme high purity and low impurity.
 2. Its excellent solubility minimizes dissolution time and costs.
 3. Highly regarded as raw material for producing demanding positive electrode materials for Li-ion batteries.

Applications

 1. High purity nickel salts
 2. Positive electrode materials for Li-ion batteries

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