Niobium Coil is a superconducting material composed primarily of niobium and other metal elements. This material can conduct electricity without resistance when cooled down to temperatures below its transition temperature, ranging from -269°C/4K to -249°C/24K, depending on the composition. The low resistance allows it to operate at higher magnetic fields than other traditional materials, taking up less space for the same performance.
Niobium Coil is made of niobium alloy, a rare earth metal. This makes it an ideal material for use in high-temperature and cryogenic applications. It's widely used in electrical engineering to build coils due to its high thermal conductivity and low voltage drop. They are also resistant to corrosion from acids, alkalis, water vapour, organic vapours and most atmospheric pollutants, giving them numerous advantages over traditional materials like copper or aluminium. Niobium Coils provide excellent inductance, making them highly efficient and cost-effective compared with their alternatives.