Copper Alloys

CuBe2/BeCu 25/C17200 Beryllium Copper

Approx Price: Rs 700 / Kilogram(s) 
With limitless experience & information of this industry, we are engaged with giving an exceptional range of CuBe2/BeCu 25/C17200 Beryllium Copper to our valuable clients. Our offered beryllium copper is present in various Specifications in order to suit the needs of our patrons across the nation. Along with this, these beryllium copper are stringently inspected on several parameters by our quality department in order to dispatch perfect range to the client's end. Moreover, our offered beryllium copper can be also be modified as per client's stated requirements.

Features:

  • Easy to install
  • Stout construction
  • Durable in nature

Specifications:
Aluminum0.2 max
Berrylium1.8 - 2
Nickel+ Co
Remainder TotalCu + sum of nemed elements
Silicon0.2 max

Other Specifications:
Principal Design FeaturesHigh Copper Alloy. Beryllium Coppers are available in ductile, heat treatable
tempers and in mill hardened tempers. Alloys are used in a wide range of
applications requiring very high strength and stiffness with good conductivity.
C17200 can develop more than 200 ksi (1380 MPa) tensile strength.
ApplicationsTypical uses include electrical/electronic connectors, current-carrying
springs, precision screw machined parts, welding electrodes,
bearings, plastic molds and corrosion resistant components.
MachinabilityThe machinability rating of this alloy is 20. (Where Alloy 360 FC Brass is 100).
WeldingSoldering is rated as "good", brazing is rated as "good", oxyacetylene welding
is "not recommended", gas shielded arc welding is rated as "good", coated
metal arc welding is rated as "good", spot welding is rated as " good", seam
welding is rated as " fair", and butt welding is rated as "fair".
ForgingThe hot forgeability rating of this alloy is 40. (Forging brass=100). The
recommended hot working temperature for this alloy is between 1200-1500 F.

Beryllium Copper

Approx Price: Rs 2,900 / Kilogram 
Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Kilogram
The most popular alloy in the copper beryllium family is UNS C17200 and is commonly known as beryllium copper Alloy 25. In Europe, this alloy is referred to as CuBe2. It has 1.8 – 2% Beryllium and is the hardest and strongest copper beryllium material widely used.

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: buce
  • Port of Dispatch: Kilogram
  • Packaging Details: wooden box

Copper Aluminum Bimetal Strips

Approx Price: Rs 650 / Kilogram(s) 
Having huge business experience and information of market, we are engaged in introducing an extensive variety of Copper Aluminum Bimetal Strips. Our offered bimetal strip is specially processed by using only quality copper aluminum & other allied material with the latest technologies and industrial universal norms. Along with this, our offered steel shim is also inspected by our quality department for deliver unmatched quality and flawless range to our customers.

Features:

  • Durable finish standards
  • Strong structure
  • Long life

ETP Copper Flat Rod

Approx Price: Rs 600 / Kilogram(s) 
CDA 110 ETP, ASTM B124, ASTM B152, ASTM B187, ASTM B188, ASTM B272

High electrical and thermal conductivity, good corrosion resistance and solderability. C11000 is used for welding fixtures, anodes, bus bar in electrical power installations, ground straps, commutators and current carrying hardware. Its inherent fabrication qualities readily permit it to be bent, soldered, drilled, peened, riveted and formed to fit almost any design specification. This beryllium copper has excellent hot workability.

Sizes Available From NBM

 RECTANGLES / FLAT BAR . . . 1/8” - 2” thick through 1/2“ - 8” wide

 

SQUARE BAR . . . . . . . . . 1/4” - 4” square

 

ROUND BAR . . . . . . . . . . 3/16” - 15” diameter

BUS TUBES . . . . . . . . . . . cut to size, up to 6“ O.D.

SHEETS (COLD ROLLED) . . . up to 1/4” thick max

 

 

PLATES (HOT ROLLED) . . . . cut to size, up to 6” thick


Additional Information:
  • Item Code: CU57

Phosphor Bronze

Approx Price: Rs 800 / Kilogram(s) 

CuZn5
CuZn5
CW500L
C21000
CZ 125
C 2100

CuZn10
CW501L
C22000
C2200

PB1 Bronze

PB1 or Phosphor bronze is an alloy comprised of tin and copper that has also had phosphorus added to it during the casting process.

The main benefits of phosphor bronze are that is has a good resistance to cold and corrosion, (approaching that of aluminium bronze) as well as both an excellent mechanical strength and high fatigue strength.

PB1 is a single phase alloy that is suitable for cold working and its good corrosion resistance to sea water and brine make it well suited to for both pump and valve components.

It is also suited for applications such as heavy load gears, worm wheels and bearings that have medium to high loads as well as speeds.

Phosphor bronze also has good resistance to impact loading and pounding. In order to use PB1 in these applications the metal must have good lubrication and alignment.

Chemical Composition Of Phosphor Bronze
Normal CompositionNearest Relevant
Specification
Material
Grade
Sn(%)P(%)

Pb(%)

Zn(%)Total
Imp (%)
Cu(%)BS: 2870ISO
I3.5-4.50.02-.400.02Max0.30Max0.50 MaxRem.

PB 101

ISO 427
CuSn4
II4.5-5.50.02-0.400.02Max0.30Max0.50 MaxRem.PB102ISO 427
CuSn5
III5.5-7.50.02-0.400.02Max0.30Max0.50 MaxRem.PB103ISO 427
CuSn6
* Material conforming to other National Specification e.g. ASTM, DIN etc. is also provided.
* Available in Strips, Sheets, Plates & Circles form.

 

OHFC Copper Alloys

CA104 Aluminium Bronze

Approx Price: Rs 850 / Kilogram 
Bronze Alloy CA104 is an Aluminium Bronzes with high strength. Bronze Alloy CA104 also has excellent corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and ability to withstand shock loading.

Chromium Copper C18200

Approx Price: Rs 1,350 / Kilogram(s) 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Kilogram(s)
UNS C18200 chromium copper alloys are primary alloys, which are heat treated and cold worked to provide electrical conductivity of 80% IACS and hardness. They are used in applications that require deformation resistance at high temperatures.

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION:-
CU:- 99% MINIMUM
CR:- 0.90%
Looking for Copper Alloys ?
© Bharat Aerospace Metals
 
Desktop Site Back to top