Comments: We can provide different copper nickel alloy powders according to customer’s request
The performance of copper nickel powder:
The variable current laser ion beam gas phase method can prepare the particle diameter and Cu-Nicomponentcontrollable high uniform mixing type nanometer nickel copper alloy powder, high purity, particle size uniform, spherical shape, good dispersion, the sintering shrinkage of small, dark black powder.How is Copper Nickel CuNi Alloy Puffer made? The nickel/copper alloy, which has nickel as the base and copper, is a variety of nickel-based and corrosion-resistant alloys that are widely applicable. What are the attractive engineering qualities of copper nickel alloys? Copper nickels possess high resistance against biofouling as well as seawater corrosion. This is due to its resistance against chlorides (e.g. crevice corrosion, pitting or stress corrosion cracking) even in warmer climates. As a corrosion resistant alloy, nickel copper alloys with copper content below 28% are much more common. Nickel properties will be affected by adding copper to it. While general copper improves the resistance of nickel to corrosion, it also reduces its resistance to oxidizing and oxygen corrosive mediums. The addition of copper to nickel made it stronger and harder, but the plasticity of the metal decreased. Copper can improve the thermal conductivity and strength of nickel. Cu-Ni Alloys Pulver ? Other than marine applications of copper, nickel can be found in cryogenic applications as brake tubing or silver coins. These include coins of 1 to 2 euro and 5 US cents. The strong antimicrobial properties of copper-nickel alloys make them ideal for use as sanitary contact materials to help reduce infection and cross contamination, especially in hospital intensive units. Also, you can use nickel and copper in: 1. Steel metallurgy for copper- and nickel-based alloy powders 2. Marine surface coating made with a marine-resistant material 2. Wear-resistant, wear-resistant additive 4. Thermally and conductive filling materials 5. Materials for magnetic shielding 6. Produce multilayer ceramic capacitor electrodes and inner electrodes, as well as electronic components and paste. 7. Ocean engineering Cu-Ni alloys can be used in Marine applications, due to their superior manufacturing qualities and resistance to saltwater corrosion. There are many alloys that range from 90% copper-10% copper to 70% Copper-30% nickel. These alloys are typically used in heat-exchangers or condenser tube designs for Marine applications. 8. Swiss franc Use of white copper for coins has proven to be a success because it is corrosion resistant, durable, high electrical conductivity as well as easy stamping and antimicrobial properties. 9. Additional uses Single-core thermalcouple cables connect a single conductor with one of the conductors, like Fe-Constant, Copper Constant, Ni-Cr/NiAl. These heating elements consist of Konstan Copper or nickel-chromium alloy with copper, brass-nickel, or stainless-steel housing. The cryogenic use of copper includes: Its good properties include ductility, retention, thermal conductivity and good resistance to heat at extremely low temperatures. This is advantageous for low-temperature storage equipment and processing equipment. It has often been used to make bulletproof jackets, since at least the start of the 20th Century. For reducing metal grime, the material was rapidly replaced by gold-plated metallic. Zinc cores, made out of wear-resistant copper, can be used for high quality cylinder locks or locking systems. Copper does not rust so it’s used instead of steel brake wires. Copper is very soft and can bend easily, unlike steel. It also has the ability to make a seal with hydraulic components better because of its softness.
Packing and shipping of copper nickel alloy powder.
The powder of copper-nickel alloy is packaged in a vacuum bag at 1kg/bag. Or as requested by customersThe powder of copper nickel alloy can be delivered in 5 working days following receipt of payment.
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