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Kanthal A1 has a higher maximum operating temperature of 1400°C compared to 1300°C for Kanthal D. It also has a slightly higher tensile strength. Kanthal A1 has high resistivity, better wet corrosion resistance, and higher hot and creep strength. One of the main advantages of Kanthal A1 over Kanthal D is the fact that it does not easily oxidize. It is excellent for making your own coils.
|Density||7.1 g/cubic cm|
|Tensile strength||680 n/mm²|
|Melting Temperature||1500°C (2732°F)|
|Maximum Operating Temperature||1400°C (2550°F)|
|Density||0.256 lbs/cubic in|
|Specific heat capacity @ 68°F||0.11 Btu/lb°F|