Nichrome Wire

Nichrome Wire

Catalogue No. – 16602
Nickel Chromium iron alloy wire
of different diameters, SWG 18, 20,
22, 24, 26, 28, wrapped on a reel,
each reel contains 125gm wire. [table “16602” not found /]


Nichrome wire is a laboratory apparatus made of an alloy of nickel, chromium, and sometimes other metals. It is a type of resistance wire that is commonly used in scientific experiments and electrical applications due to its high melting point and resistance to oxidation and corrosion.

Nichrome wire is often used in laboratory settings as a heating element, as it can be heated to high temperatures without melting or oxidizing. It is also used as a resistance wire in circuits to control the flow of electrical current.

In addition to its use in laboratory settings, nichrome wire is commonly used in industrial applications such as in heating elements for ovens, hair dryers, and other appliances.