High conductivity alloys

  • CuTe
  • CuTe

Norms CW118C, EN 12164

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu P Te Rm Rp A% Density
Reste 0,003-0,012 0,4-0,7 ≥250 ≥180 ≥7 8,9
Description

Good electrical and thermal conductivity. Suitable for hot stamping,

Application

turning, welding, electric connectors (batteries), fasteners.

 


 

  • 500
  • CuNiSiCr

Norms CW111C

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Ni Cr Si Rm Rp A% HB Density W/m.k
IACS
Reste 2,4 0,4 0,7 ≥650 ≥500 ≥10 ≥190 8,8 160 W/m.K 41
Description

Excellent cold and hot deformability. This alloy is used wherever electrical and thermal conductivity is required requiring besides good mechanical properties such as: injection pistons, spot / boss welding. Inserts for heat exchange and electrical conductivity

Application

Cold chamber injection pistons, plates for boss welding, and parts of molds for plastic injection or cooling noses.

 
 
 


 

  • 501
  • CuNi2Si

  • UN3S

Norms CW111C

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Pb Ni Fe Si Other Rm Rp A% HB Density W/m.k
IACS
Reste ≤ 0,02 1,6-2,5 ≤ 0,2 ≤ 0,2 0,4-0,8 ≤ 0,3 ≥490 ≥370 ≥15 150-200 8,8
Description

Excellent cold and hot deformability. This alloy is used wherever electrical and thermal conductivity is required requiring besides good mechanical properties such as: injection pistons, spot / boss welding. Inserts for heat exchange and electrical conductivity

Application

Cold chamber injection pistons, plates for boss welding, and parts of molds for plastic injection or cooling noses.

 
 
 


 

  • 600
  • CuCr1Zr

Norms CW106C

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Fe Cr Zr Si Other Rm Rp A% HB Density W/m.k
IACS
Reste ≤ 0,08 0,5-1,2 0,03-0,3 ≤ 0,1 ≤ 0,2 ≥370 ≥270 ≥18 ≥130 8.9 340 W/m.K 76
Description

Resistance welding of galvanized sheets tends to stick at high temperatures while retaining high Mechanics properties with a durand of up to 170 HB and a conductivity of more than 80 IACS.

Application

Welding by points and contacts.

 
 
 


 

  • 700
  • CuCo2Be

Norms CW104C, EN 12163, EN 12167

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Co Ni Fe Be Si Rm Rp A% HB Density W/m.k
IACS
Reste 2-2,8 ≤ 0,3 ≤ 0,2 0,4-0,7 ≤ 0,5 ≥650 ≥500 ≥12 ≥200 8.8 250W/m.K 43
Description

Excellent electrical and thermal conductivity as well as high mechanical characteristics.

Application

Welding by points and contacts, inserts in molds and shells for plastic injection, needles and nozzles. Aluminium injection pistons.

 


 

  • 701
  • CuCoNiBe

Norms CW103C, EN 12163, EN 12167

Production technique Drawn

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Co Ni Fe Be Other Rm Rp A% HB Density
Reste 0,8-1,3 0,8-1,3 ≤ 0,2 0,4-0,7 ≤ 0,5 ≥650 ≥500 ≥12 ≥200 8,8
Description

Very high mechanical characteristics and good resistance to wear. Good thermal and electrical conductivity, stability at high temperatures.

Applications

Welding by points and contacts, plastic injection, injection pistons for die casting

 


 

  • 800
  • CuBe2

Norms CW101C, EN 12163, EN 12165, EN 12167

Production technique Drawn, Rolled

Chemical composition Mechanical characteristics
Cu Co Ni Be Rm Rp A% HB Density W/m.k
IACS
Reste ≤ 0,3 ≤ 0,1 1,8-2,1 ≥1200 ≥1000 ≥2 ≥360 8.3 130 W/m.K 43
Description

Recommended wherever high wear resistance combined with good electrical and thermal conductivity are required.

Application

Plastic injection moulds, Tips and cooling plates. Jaws by approaching or welding by boss and electrical components.