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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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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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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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C510 Bronze (CuSn5)

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Alloy C510 is an alloy with good strength, formability and stress relaxation characteristics and solderability. Applications include electronic parts, springs, switches, contacts and fasteners.

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C172 Beryllium Copper (CuBe2)

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Beryllium Copper alloys combine form-ability with very high strength properties when aged. Applications are in springs, connectors, switches and automotive parts. Special heat treating of the wire at the mill produces a “Mill Hardened” (HM) tempered Beryllium Copper wire which … Continue reading

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