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What do amorphous and nanocrystalline refer to? What's the difference? Manufacturers of nanocrystalline transformers share the difference between amorphous and nanocrystalline: amorphous material is a new type of functional material, which uses the process of preparing amorphous to form a thin strip with a thickness of about 30 microns at a time.
When the molten steel adopts advanced rapid cooling and quenching technology, the liquid metal is formed into a solid thin strip with a thickness of about 0.03m at a cooling rate of 1*10-6/sec, and the atomic arrangement and combination has short-range order and long-range disorder. It has the characteristics of amorphous structure and does not have the crystal structure of traditional alloy materials, which is called amorphous alloy.
In this way, when it is rapidly cooled to a thin metal strip with a thickness of only tens of microns, the disordered arrangement of atoms in the molten steel is 'frozen', forming a so-called 'amorphous alloy'.
Nanocrystalline refers to a thin metal strip that has been properly heat-treated on the basis of amorphization, and is called 'nanocrystalline alloy'.
China Amorphous Technology Co., Ltd is a high-tech enterprise integrating design, research and development, production and sales of amorphous and nanocrystalline cores and their components.
China Amorphous Technology Co., Ltd is a leading manufacturer of high-performance amorphous and nanocrystalline cores and their components. China Amorphous brings together a group of scientific and technical personnel who have been engaged in amorphous and nanocrystalline for many years, and has a complete set of China's advanced production equipment and testing instruments for amorphous (amorphous core), nanocrystalline core, transformer inductor core and components , is one of the main production and R&D bases of amorphous and nanocrystalline iron cores and components in China. China Amorphous series products are widely used in new energy, home appliances, information and communication, instrumentation, aerospace, military, electric power and other fields. Especially in high-performance nanocrystalline transformers, EMC common-mode filter inductors, etc., it highlights the extraordinary technical level and excellent quality.