Good thermal conductor Tags: Heat Last response: November 24, 2010 1:12 AM in Work & Education Share dogman_1234 November 23, 2010 9:03:40 PM Hello, I was wondering what metal can be used when electricity is passed through that it generates a significant amount of heat. Somewhere near fire temps, but with out melting. More about : good thermal conductor ko888 November 24, 2010 1:12:48 AM Tungsten like that used in incandescent and halogen light bulbs and as long as the tungsten isn't exposed to oxygen. Nickel-chromium (a.k.a. nichrome) resistance wire used in electric heating elements for kitchen ranges, cooking ovens, pottery kilns, electric clothes dryer, ..., etc. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIs thin layer of silver / gold a better heat conductor ? Forumis this thermal paste any good ? ForumExcess Thermal Paste? ForumApplying Thermal Compound ForumThermal Paste Removal ForumThermal paste ForumThermal paste method ForumDo not use thermal paste ForumBest thermal paste for the 3770k? ForumThermal Paste on Hyper 212 Evo? ForumNo Thermal Paste- Mayonnaise Work? ForumWhich thermal compound would you use? ForumCooler Master Hyper 212 thermal paste vs Arctic Silver 5... ForumWill my 40 conductor cable match a P-ATA drive? ForumPrimary IDE channel no 80 conductor cable installed ForumHouston Wire 2- conductor with shield question... ForumHyper 212+ and Thermal Paste Questions! ForumWriting Service ForumDo you think Cartoon Design is a good job? More resources Read discussions in other Work & Education categories College Job Market !