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Beryllium Copper C172 Sheet, ASTM-B196

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Product Specifications
Brand Name Small Parts
Shape Sheet
Material Type Copper
Exterior Finish Unpolished (Mill)
Grade 172
Temper Half Hard
System of Measurement Inch
Specification Met ASTM B196
UNSPSC Code 30000000

Beryllium Copper C172 Sheets are an alloy of copper and 2-3 percent beryllium. Alloys of this ser... Read full product description

Product Features

  • Corrosion Resistant Springs and Switches
  • Good Electrical Continuity
  • Resists Fatigue
  • Maximum Operating Temperature 400 F
  • Half Hard Temper

Product Details

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Product Description

Beryllium Copper C172 Sheets are an alloy of copper and 2-3 percent beryllium. Alloys of this series show remarkable age-hardening properties and an ultimate hardness of about 400 Brinell (Rockwell C43). Because of such hardness and good electrical conductivity, beryllium-copper is used in electrical switches, springs, etc. With greater tensile strength and hardness than other copper alloys, half hard temper Beryllium Copper C172 has good electrical and thermal conductivity is quite ductile, and resists both fatigue and relaxation under stress. Atmospheric performance is good, and it resists corrosion even in contact with seawater or under other high-salt conditions. With a melting point of 1800F (980C), it endures elevated temperatures well. Extended exposure to high temperatures should be limited to a maximum of 400F (240C). Caution: Avoid the inhalation of Beryllium Copper dust when processing.

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