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XRF PTWIR0812 Platinum Wire, 20 Gauge per Inch

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XRF PTWIR0812 Platinum Wire, 20 Gauge per Inch

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Product description

Platinum Wire can be used in several applications such as gasket or O-ring fabrication, thermocouples, electrical contacts, and heater coils.

XRF PTWIR0812 Platinum Wire, 20 Gauge per Inch

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