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C102 Copper (Cu-OF)

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C102 is an oxygen-free copper which has better forming, resistance to hydrogen embrittlement, and brazing characteristics than C110 ETP. C102 has good solderability and corrosion resistance and is used for high current applications.

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ASTM Standards

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B36 Brass plate, sheet, strip, and rolled bar B99 Copper Silicon alloy wire for general purposes B103 Phosphor Bronze plate, sheet, strip, and rolled bar B122 Copper Nickel Tin alloy, Copper Nickel Zinc alloy (Nickel Silver), and Copper Nickel alloy … Continue reading

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C519 Phosphor Bronze 6% (CuSn6)

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A phosphor bronze, alloy C519 has 6% nominal tin producing higher mechanical strengths with a slight decrease in electrical conductivity when compared to C510 phosphor bronze. Often functionally interchangeable with C510 which predominates in North America, alloy C519 is generally … Continue reading

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C19150/60 Leaded Precipitation-Hardenable Copper

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Alloy C19150 and C19160 are high copper alloys with small additions of nickel, phosphorus and lead. The alloys provide a good combination of tensile strength, electrical conductivity, fair machinability and excellent formability.

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C17510 Copper-Nickel-Beryllium (CuNi2Be)

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As a low beryllium alloy, C17510 resides at the lower strength end of the beryllium copper strength spectrum but in comparison has a substantial increase in electrical conductivity. The alloy processes and heat treats like all beryllium coppers and can … Continue reading

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C18661 Copper-Magnesium (CMG1)

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Copper-magnesium is a solid solution alloy providing high strength with nominal reduction in conductivity relative to copper. CMG1 is one of the alloys covered by the broad CDA alloy designation C18661 for copper-magnesium. CMG1 combines high electrical conductivity with good … Continue reading

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C752 Nickel Silver 18% (CuNi18Zn20)

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Alloy C752 is an 18% nickel silver alloy combining corrosion resistance with strength and a lustrous silver color. Applications include optical frames and parts, springs, surgical instruments, jewelry, resistors and contacts.

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C725 Copper-Nickel-Tin (CuNi9Sn2)

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Alloy C725 is a moderate strength, low conductivity alloy with excellent bare solderability and corrosion resistance. Applications include electronic parts, springs, connectors and wire wrap terminals.

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C7025 High Performance Alloy (CuNi3Si1)

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Alloy C7025 is a High Performance Alloy that combines strength, conductivity, formability and stress relaxation resistance into a unique set of properties. C7025 has the qualities of some of the Beryllium Coppers without containing any Beryllium. The alloy is a … Continue reading

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C651 Silicon Bronze (CuSi1)

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Alloy C651 is a corrosion resistant copper alloy. It is primarily used as a welding rod and for mechnical fasteners and electrical connections.

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