Open-cell Nickel foam

Open cell nickel foam is a porous material predominantly composed of nickel, characterized by its interconnected network of cells or voids. This unique structure imparts specific properties to nickel, making it suitable for a range of applications across multiple industries.

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Characteristic and properties

High Electrical Conductivity: Nickel exhibits excellent electrical conductivity, and the open cell structure enhances its conductivity, making it suitable for various electrical and electronic applications.

Corrosion Resistance: Nickel is inherently resistant to corrosion, especially in environments that may degrade other metals.

High Surface Area: The porous nature of the foam provides a large surface area, making it beneficial for applications such as catalysis, filtration, and electrode materials.

Thermal Stability: Nickel foam maintains its structural integrity and properties at elevated temperatures, making it suitable for high-temperature applications.

Mechanical Strength: Despite its porous nature, nickel foam retains adequate mechanical strength, allowing it to withstand certain structural and load-bearing applications.

Chemical Inertness: Nickel is relatively inert to many chemicals, making it suitable for applications in aggressive chemical environments.


Electronics: Used in electronic components, battery electrodes, and electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding due to its high electrical conductivity and magnetic properties.

Catalysis: The high surface area and chemical properties make nickel foam suitable for catalytic processes in chemical reactions, hydrogen production, and environmental remediation.

Battery Technology: Utilized in battery systems, including nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) and nickel-cadmium (NiCd) batteries, as electrode materials or current collectors.

Aerospace and Automotive: Used in heat exchangers, thermal management systems, and structural components requiring lightweight, high thermal conductivity, and corrosion resistance.