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Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

Does anyone have a comparable prices per lb between low carbon alloys such as AISI 1010, 1020 compared to Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 3" to 4" diameter bars. I do not need exact prices but a rough comparison.

RE: Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

I can't claim to know the source of the info, but my boss once handed me a torn, taped, and xeroxed chart that has relative costs of the soft magnetic materials we typically use. It goes like this:

Low Carbon Steel                    0.5
Silicon Steel                       1.0
Thin Electric Steel                 10.0
49% Nickel (~Carpenter 49)          12.0
80% Nickel (~HyMu 80)               15.0
Cobalt Alloy (Hiperco 50)           35.0

RE: Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

Hello israelkk,

My company offers C1002 core material.  If you are in need.


RE: Permedur 49 or Hiperco 50 bars pricing

Hi Guys,
        would you please tell me at least very approximately the preis per lb of at least one of the materials mentioned in the list of Jick??. Thank you very much in advance.

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