Nickel Foam has the largest specific surface are per mass. The value is 0.2~0.3, which is 1/4 of water, 1/3 of wood, 1/10 of metal aluminum, 1/30 of iron.
The porous structure has a wide frequency sound absorption characteristic.
Electron wave shielding
The electromagnetic wave is shielded by Nickel Foam about 90dB through a relatively thin thickness.
Nickel Foam an be cut, bent, and simply pasted.
Stable state in fire. Nickel Foam is difficult to burn at high temperature, and it is resistant to high temperature.
Metal waste materials can be 100% fully recycled.
Porous materials like Nickel Foam have strong thermal conductivity.
The homogeneous three-dimensional network structure leads to filtering effect, and allows super strong flow stability of gas and fluid
Through additional processing, a high noise interception can be obtained, and the sound insulation effect is good.
Exquisite appearance, practical inside
Suitable for interior decoration through various processing.
High temperature resistance
Nickel Foam can resist heat above 1100 degrees, resistant to various acid and alkali corrosion, good permeability, uniform pore structure and fast heat transfer.
Due to its connected pore structure and high porosity, nickel foam has high air permeability, high specific surface area and capillary force. It is used as a functional material for the production of exhaust gas purifier carrier material, battery electrode material, various catalyst carriers, especially as filter materials requiring high temperature resistance and acid and alkali corrosion, surface layer materials of infrared burners, heating materials for various industrial and civil drying equipment, and etc.
Fun Facts about Nickel
Nickel is a transition element, having chemical symbol, Ni, Chinese name 鎳, atomic number 28. Pure Nickel is a hard and ductile metal. It is a silvery-white lustrous metal with a slight golden tinge. It is rarely found in a pure form on earth, but in
Nickel-iron alloy form. Pure nickel has good corrosion resistance and has ferromagnetic metal elements that are highly polished and resistant to corrosion. After being dissolved in nitrite acid, it is green.