Annealed Light Alloys and Metals Datasheets

Copper Beryllium Alloys -- Alloy 165
from Materion Corporation

Alloy 165 by Materion Brush Performance Alloys contains less beryllium than Alloy 25 , which in its age hardened condition attains the highest strength and hardness of any commercial copper base alloy. Alloy 165 also has slightly less strength than Alloy 25. The alloy is also less expensive than... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Annealed; Hardened / Heat Treated
  • Shape / Form: Wire (optional feature)
  • Nonferrous: Beryllium
  • Applications: Automotive or Vehicular; Electronics or semiconductors; Wear resistant parts or tooling; Wellhead
Titanium -- Grade 1
from Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc.

Commercially Pure Titanium Grade 1 is one of the softest and most ductile grades exhibiting the greatest formability. It has excellent corrosion resistance property, excellent weldability and is used in a wide variety of applications. This grade material is mainly used in marine and chemical... [See More]

  • Processing, Temper & Finish: Annealed; Corrosion Resistant; Wrought; Cold Finished, Rolled or Cold Drawn
  • Specialty / Other Types: Pure, Unalloyed or Very Low Alloy Additions
  • Nonferrous: Titanium
  • UNS Number: 50250