Tape from noble metals – a product of thin rolling, narrow-sheet plate of a given length of alloys of noble metals.
A ribbon of precious metals is rolled from ingots of gold, silver and other noble alloys in a hot or cold way.
Also, the tape can be obtained by casting or crystallization.
Raw materials: platinum, gold, silver (also other chemical elements of the platinum group – rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium).
The tape of noble metals is a good thermal and electrical conductor, has a high corrosion resistance, plasticity.
Easily gives in to all methods of machining (pressing, stamping, cutting, soldering, welding).
Retains its shape and performance when in contact with high temperatures, aggressive substances. The high density and refractoriness of the raw materials provide a wide range of tape applications.
It differs in the width of the tape, the brand of the original alloy, rolling method.
Gold and silver ribbons are used as raw materials for creating sputtering (decorative and protective), making jewelry, radio components, electric steamers, electrodes, etc.
It can be used in laboratory and scientific research in the chemical and medical industries.