Beryllium Copper Alloy C17200 25 Used For Electrical Industry

Place of Origin China
Brand Name CUBERYLLIUM®
Certification ISO,SGS
Model Number C17200 Alloy 25
Minimum Order Quantity 50
Price 28USD
Packaging Details Coil+plywood case
Delivery Time 10~15days
Payment Terms L/C, T/T, Western Union
Supply Ability 200T/Month

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Product Details
Name Alloy 25 Beryllium Bronze Coil Prodcut Form Strip, Rod, Plate, Tube, Wire
Standard ASTM STANDARD Safe Handling No Special Health Risk.
Machining Property Good Surface Bright/Polished
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Product Description

Beryllium Copper (BeCu) Alloy C17200 Alloy 25 Used For Electrical Industry

Product Normal Description:

Product Name Beryllium copper (BeCu) alloy
Grade C17200, Alloy 25
End Product Form Strips, Rod, Plate, Wire, Tube
Standard ASTM Standard
State of product Hard, 1/2Hard, Soft, XHM, TF00, TB00
Application Electrical Industry

 

Introduction of Beryllium Copper (BeCu) Alloy C17200 Alloy 25:

C17200, also known as Alloy 25, the most commonly utilized beryllium copper (BeCu) alloy and is notable for exhibiting the highest strength and hardness compared to commercial copper alloys. 172 copper strength and hardness are similar to that of steel. C17200 copper's ultimate tensile and Rockwell hardness properties in a peak aged condition are in the 200 ksi range and RC 45 respectively (electrical conductivity 22% IACS minimum).

 

172 BeCu copper is a high strength beryllium copper mold alloy. It is noted for its high thermal conductivity. It is most often used in blow molds, cores, inserts in injection molds, injection nozzles, hot runners, and manifolds. Alro stocks 172 BeCu copper in plate and sheet in various thicknesses and widths.

 

Cuberyllium's Available Forms for Beryllium Copper (BeCu) Alloy C17200 Alloy 25:

  • Beryllium copper ingot
  • Beryllium copper rod
  • Beryllium copper strip
  • Beryllium copper wire
  • Beryllium copper plate
  • Beryllium copper tube
  • Beryllium copper machined parts
  • Beryllium copper coil

Chemical Composition of Alloy 25 Beryllium Bronze Alloy:

Be 1.80-2.00%
Co+Ni 0.20% Min.
Co+Ni+Fe 0.60% Max.
Others 0.50% Max.
Cu Balance
Note Cu+Be+Co+Ni+Fe:99.50% Min

 

Applications of Beryllium Copper (BeCu) Alloy C17200 Alloy 25:

  • Landing Gear Bushings
  • Directional Drilling Equipment
  • Bushings
  • Spring Connectors
  • Flex shafts
  • Pressure Housings
  • Bearings

Product Photo of Beryllium Copper (BeCu) Alloy C17200 Alloy 25:

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Excellent Properties of CuBe2 Copper Alloys:

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RFQ:

How can I identify high-quality copper alloy products?
By the physical shape, the proper analysis, and the correct mechanical values.

 

Is there a possibility to order customized copper alloys?
Different copper alloys are tested for a very long time and always applicable to individual demands.
We have the experience to help customers producing customized products as per the customers' drawings.

 

What is the delivery time of copper alloys from Cuberyllium?
Usually with 7-10 working days, it will depend on the final qty requested by customers.

 

What are the benefits of using Copper Alloys?
Copper Alloys offer many manufacturing benefits including strength, conductivity, corrosion resistance, machinability and ductility. With superior electrical and thermal conductivity, and an attractive appearance, Copper Alloys are suitable for a wide range of applications.

 

What are the disadvantages of using Copper Alloys?
Copper Alloys can be more susceptible to corrosion, particularly oxidation. which can impact it suitability for some applications.