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Supplier: National Bronze & Metals Inc.
Description: C71500 Copper Nickel "70/30" ASTM B151, MIL C15726F C70600 & C71500, Copper nickel offers excellent corrosion resistance, especially in marine salt water environments. The main, wrought copper-nickel alloys chosen for sea water service contain 10 or 30 percent nickel. They also have important
- Types: Copper Alloy (Brass, Bronze)
- Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, CDA, MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS), UNS
- Shape / Form: Bar Stock, Flats / Rectangular Bar, Rod / Round Bar Stock, Hex Bar Stock, Fabricated (Casting / Forging), Plate, Profile / Structural Shape, Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Strip, Wire / Shaped Wire, Other
- Hollow Stock: Yes
Description: CHROMIUM/NICKEL/SILICON BEARING COPPER
Supplier: Concast Metal Products Co.
Description: Concast will work with engineers and specifiers to prototype and customize an alloy to meet their exacting specifications.
- Metal / Alloy Types: Metal / Metal Alloys, All Types, Non-ferrous, Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C), Alloy
- Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, CDA, MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS), Specialty / Other
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Profile / Structural Shape, Bar Stock, Billet / Slab / Bloom, Flats / Rectangular Bar, Hex Bar Stock, Plate, Squares / Square Bar
- Processing & Finish: Cast (Continuous, Centrifugal, etc.)
Supplier: Concast Metal Products Co.
Description: Aluminum bronze is the highest strength standard copper based alloy. Concast produces C95400, C95500 and C95900 in standard sizes of rounds, tubes and rectangles. Aluminum in conjunction with iron and nickel in C95500 acts as a strengthener in these alloys. All of the aluminum bronzes can be heat
- Nonferrous Metals: Non-ferrous - Any Type, Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
- Alloy: Yes
- Standards / Specifications: ASTM / ASME, CDA, MIL-SPEC / Federal (QQS)
- Processing Features: Cast (Continuous, Centrifugal, etc.)
Supplier: Sharpe Products
Description: and tube inspection technology Sharpe's bending team is equipped to bend pipe and tube up to 6" O.D. with experience bending steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and other various materials. With the use of all-electric tube benders Sharpe is able to produce quality bent products with high accuracy
- Materials: Aluminum, Brass, Carbon Steel, Copper, Nickel Alloy, Stainless Steel, Titanium
- Bending Capabilities: CNC Bending, Mandrel / Rotary-draw, Roll
- Additional Capabilities: Buffing / Polishing, End Forming, End Flattening, Slotting & Notching, Piercing & Punching, Swaging, Welding / Brazing, Other
- Raw Material Form: Tube, Pipe
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ERG Materials & Aerospace Corporation
Open Cell Metal, Carbon & Ceramic Foam Materials
Semiconductor Manufacturing. • Acoustic Control. Duocel ® Materials to Consider for your Application: • Aluminum. • Carbon. • Copper. • Inconel. • Nickel. • Silicon Carbide. • Silicon Nitride. • Tin. • Zinc. Welcome to ERG Materials and Aerospace. Since 1967 ERG, the leading manufacturer of open celled metal foam, carbon foam, and ceramic foam materials, has manufactured cutting edge components for the aerospace, national defense, semiconductor... (read more)
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Carbon Foam Electrodes, Open Celled
and technologies. Duocel ® Foam Properties & Application Guide. Metal Foam. ERG is capable of foaming a variety of metals to produce Duocel ® open cell metal foams. Duocel ® aluminum foam is our most popular metal foam, followed by copper foam. Other Duocel ® foam metals that we have produced, but are not currently commercial products include tin, zinc, nickel, Inconel, silver, and gold. Non-Metal Foam. ERG's Duocel ® carbon foam known as RVC (reticulated vitreous carbon) is made... (read more)
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Lighting Strike Test Results
nacelle applications subjected to lightning strike effects, it has been an industry practice to use a series of external metal mesh products such as copper, aluminum,. phosphorous bronze wire interwoven with carbon, nickel coated interwoven carbon fiber, and nickel coated non-woven veils. Certain
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are CNC-machined; electrocoated with nickel, copper, or gold; then chemically dissolved away to leave a thin, strong shell. Internal dimensions of electroforms can be verified before the parts are made, and electroforming can reproduce dimensions far more accurately than stamping. Unlike annealed stampings
Porous Metal Handbook
depends on the metal powder characteristics (composition, particle size, shape, purity, etc.) and the forming pressure. Porous metal parts differ from standard PM structural parts in that they are pressed at lower pressures and may tight mesh cuts of powder in order to achieve specified porosity
Molybdenum Alloys & Molybdenum Steel
Metals & Forge Group, LLC. 75 Lane Road. Fairfield, NJ 07004 USA. Toll Free: 800-600-9290 Fax: (973) 276 - 5050. We encourage you to bookmark any pages in this site that you find of value. Alloy Steels Aluminum Alloys Carbon Steels Copper Alloys Magnesium Alloys Nickel Alloys, Cobalt
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the surface properties of polymers. According to Anthony Vanlandeghem of Europlasma (Oudenaarde, Belgium), one advantage of this method is that it enables manufacturers to optimize the compatibility of a device with other groups or layers without altering its structural and mechanical properties. Nova
Rotary Batch Blenders Help DIP Get Pre-Mixes to Market Fast
used in the most common formulations are copper (about 2%), which strengthens the iron, graphite (0.8% to 0.9%), to harden the blend, and an Acrowax lubricant (0.75%) that reduces friction of the iron particles during molding and acts as a mold release. Some blends use nickel instead of copper
Metrigraphics Article in Today's Medical Developments
itself. So, when you distill it all out, it comes down to a handful of materials that electroplate really well - specifically nickel, nickel-cobalt, gold, and copper.". The chemistries used in the electroplating process are specifically designed to work with various metals to achieve the results they do
State of North American PM Industry-2008
makers. Roller-coaster prices of copper, nickel,. tin, molybdenum, chrome, and steel scrap have all impacted the PM marketplace. For example,. the average monthly price of copper in 2006 was $3.09 a pound, but over the year monthly. prices swung from a low of $2.18 to a high of $3.62. In 2007
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Nickel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nickel From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia cobalt ? nickel ? copper Appearance lustrous, metallic, and silver with a gold tinge
Copper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Copper From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia nickel â?? copper â?? zinc Appearance red-orange metallic luster Native copper (~4 cm in size)
Shape Memory Alloys
Other shape memory alloys include copper-aluminum-nickel, copper-zinc-aluminum, and iron- manganese-silicon alloys.(Borden, 67) The generic name for
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Crone, Wendy C.
A. Creuziger, W.C. Crone, "Grain Boundary Fracture in CuAlNi Shape Memory Alloys," Materials Science and Engineering A, 498, 404-411 (2008).