INVAR 36 (Also known as NILO 36, Pernifer 36) is an alloy made up of 36% nickel and 64% iron. It has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, making it useful for applications where dimensional stability is required, such as in precision instruments and optical devices. It is also known for its high strength and corrosion resistance. Invar 36 is commonly used in electronic, aerospace and other high-tech industry.
INVAR 36 is highly resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for use in aerospace applications such as aircraft and spacecraft.
INVAR 36 Round Bar diameters range from 0.125″ to 8.00″ diameter.
NILO alloy 36 (UNS K93600 & K93601/W. Nr. 1.3912), also known as INVAR 36, is a binary nickel-iron alloy containing 36% nickel. Its low thermal expansion coefficient makes it useful for a wide range of applications, including tooling for aerospace composites, standards of length, measuring tapes and gauges, precision components, and pendulum and thermostat rods. It is also used as the low expansion component in bi-metal strip, in cryogenic engineering, and for laser components. The alloy is also known for its high strength and corrosion resistance, which makes it suitable for use in demanding environments. Additionally, due to its low thermal expansion coefficient, it is used in the manufacturing of precision instruments such as clocks, watches, scientific instruments, and electronic devices.