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Superconducting alloys

Superconducting alloys

Company Avecglob proposes to purchase at affordable prices from the manufacturer superconducting alloys in the assortment of brands and profiles. The supplier guarantees timely delivery of products to any point. specified by the consumer.

General information

Superconductivity, which is defined as the lack of resistance in a conductive material for a continuously flowing electric current, is a special property that a significant mass of a substance (node, part) suddenly reaches very low temperatures. Substances (called superconductors) include elements, alloys, compounds, and non-stoichiometric ceramic materials.

Superconducting alloys also have an ideal diamagnetism; ie, the magnetic fields can not penetrate them (the Meissner effect), and the small powerful magnets actually float (levitate) over the planar surfaces of the superconductor. The critical temperature of the superconductor transition is the temperature above which the superconductivity of the alloy is observed. Elements, alloys and simple compounds are usually characterized by very low critical temperatures (not higher than 23K). This means that to maintain and maintain the superconductivity of alloys, a constant cooling effect is necessary. Most often liquid helium is used for these purposes at a temperature of about 4 K.

Most superconducting alloys are created on the basis of aluminum, copper and some other elements (nickel, silicon, magnesium, etc.).

Buy at cost-effective prices, various alloys that have the effect of superconductivity, offers the company AvekGlob. The supplier provides a guaranteed delivery of products to any address set by the client.


Superconducting alloys are used to make strong magnets without iron cores, which, in turn, are widely used. Such superconducting magnets are used in particle accelerators, nuclear magnetic resonance devices and devices of magnetic circular dichroism, magnetic resonance tomographs in medicine, levitating trains,

magnetic refrigerators, magnetic energy storages and in superconducting devices of quantum interference. These alloys are also used for sensitive magnetic field measurements (for example, in biomedical magnetoencephalography). Superconducting alloys are also used for the operation of cellular communication lines. They have a minimum signal loss and are more sensitive to frequency tuning.

Most magnetic applications also include better known low temperature superconductors in the form of a wire, such as a niobium-titanium alloy cooled with liquid helium.

The sudden extinction of superconducting magnets by oscillations, external fields,

or accidental warming can be a serious problem, and the associated heat can cause extensive loss of helium. Cooling with liquid nitrogen, rather than liquid helium, is much more economical. The difficulty of forming high-temperature superconductors in a strong and flexible range (for example, in the form of whiskers or wires), and high values of the magnetic field strength, limits the use of superconducting alloys.

Company Avecglobal sells various brands of superconducting alloys at affordable prices. The supplier ensures the immediate delivery of products to any point agreed by the customer.