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Radiometal 4550

Radiometal 4550 is a Soft Magnetic Alloy consisting of 45% Nickel, balance Iron alloy and has excellent permeability with high saturation flux density.

Applications

Sensitive relays that need to respond to very weak currents. Radiometal 4550 is also widely used in transformers, chokes and special motors where the properties of silicon-iron do not provide the required magnetic performance.

Radiometal 4550 Products

Ed Fagan Inc. stocks Radiometal 4550 in a variety of forms and dimensions. Below are most of the standard stock form/sizes. If you do not see the size or form of Radiometal 4550 that you require, please call one of our materials experts; our sales people are very knowledgeable and can assist you. We can cut, slit, shear, or center less grind Radiometal 4550 to your exact specifications, and we also have tremendous versatility when it comes to custom sizes, packages, and unusual materials.

Radiometal 4550 Rod

Radiometal 4550 Rod Diameter

Radiometal 4550 Rod Diameter

.500” Radiometal 4550 Rod

1.000” Radiometal 4550 Rod

.625” Radiometal 4550 Rod

1.570” Radiometal 4550 Rod

.750” Radiometal 4550 Rod

2.000” Radiometal 4550 Rod


Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Hard Rolled (Inlac Coated)

Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Thickness

.015” Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil


Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Hard Rolled (Uncoated)

Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Thickness

.015” Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil


Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Annealed (Uncoated)

Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil Thickness

.015” Radiometal 4550 Strip/Coil

 

ED FAGAN INC. supplies the highest quality special purpose metals and alloys for Aerospace/Aviation, Defense, Electronics, Magnetic, Medical, Lighting, Optical, Telecommunications, Ceramics, Heat Treating, and other high-technology industries.

Soft Magnetic Alloys

Ed Fagan Inc. stocks a variety of soft magnetic alloys for wide range of applications. EFI carries:
Alloy 79
Alloy 50
Hiperco 50 & 50A
Vim Var Core Iron
Radiometal 4550

And we also have a large selection of other types of specialty metals and alloys for high technology applications, including:
Controlled Expansion Alloys
Electrical/Electronic Nickel
Refractory Metals and Alloys
Hard to Find Materials