High Purity Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder

Copper-nickel alloy, copper Cu, nickel Ni, and silver-white. The name copper-nickel is derived from the metallic luster. Purity>99.7% Particle Size: 70nm About copper nickel Cu-Ni alloy powder: CuNi (or copper-nickel) is an alloy of copper which contains nickel as well as reinforcing element such iron and manganese. Copper content can vary between 60-60% and 90 percent. Monel (a nickel-copper alloy containing at minimum 52% nickel) Is copper-nickel alloy magnetic? Even though copper is not weakly magnetized, it still requires either 0.8 percent or 0.9% nickel to counter this effect. The alloy must also contain 56 percent nickel before showing ferromagnetic qualities at regular temperatures. This nickel-copper alloy exhibits good mechanical properties at low temperatures and high temperature, as well as high resistance to corrosion, wear resistance and is simple to produce electronic tubes. This alloy can be used to make an aero-engine’s structural material. Nickel is added to copper. Addition of nickel to copper increases strength and resists corrosion while keeping the alloy ductile. To copper-nickel, you can add other elements for strength, corrosion resistance hardening, welding, weldability, casting, and more. It is possible for nickel and copper to be insoluble at any concentration and become a solid solution upon cooling. The cupronickel colour is silver despite its high copper content. Because cupronickel resists corrosion from salt water, it is used in piping, heat exchangers, and condensers for seawater systems. It can also be used to make marine hardware. Copper, even though it is high in copper, can also be called silver. Because copper has a high resistance to brine corrosion, it is often used in heat exchangers, piping and condensers for seawater systems. Sometimes, it is found in the propellers, driveshafts, as well as on the hulls high-quality ships. There are also other uses, including in the military, chemical, petroleum, and electric industries. TRUNNANO is an established global Nickel Cu-Ni Aluminum Alloy Powder supplier. You can send us an inquiry regarding the current Cu–Ni Alloy price at any given time.

Cu-Ni Alloy Powder Product Description:

Product name Particle Size: purity: Color: Cystal Form: Specific surface area in m2/g Volume density(g/cm3) copper-nickel alloy powder 70nm 99.7% black   spherical 12.3 0.15

Comment: Based on customers’ requests

, we can provide different amounts of copper nickel alloy dust.

Performance of copper nickel alloy powders:

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 does Copper Nickel Cu -Ni Alloy powder get made? A nickel-copper nickel alloy with copper and base is a nickel-based alloy resistant to corrosion. It has a wide range of applications. What appealing engineering properties are there in copper nickel alloys with nickel as base and copper? Copper-nickels exhibit high resistance to biofouling, seawater corrosion, and biofouling. It is resistant to the chlorides such as crevice corrosion, pitting, stress corrosion cracking and crevice rusting even in hotter environments. A nickel-copper-copper alloy with copper content 28% can be used more often as a corrosion-resistant alloy. Copper can be added to nickel, which will affect its properties in a variety of ways, including corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. In general, copper is a good addition to nickel. However it decreases nickel’s corrosion resistance in the reducing medium. With the addition of copper the strength and hardness increased, while the plasticity was slightly reduced. Addition of copper can increase the nickel’s thermal conductivity. Copper Nickel Cu–Ni Alloy powder The non-marine use of nickel and copper includes cryogenic applications and brake tubing. Silver coins include 1 and 2 Euro coins, 5 Cent US nickels and even silver coins. Due to their antimicrobial qualities, copper-nickel alloys can be used in sanitary “contact material” for infection prevention and cross-contamination, particularly in intensive care units. You can also use copper and nickel in:

1. Copper- or Nickel-based Alloy Powder Metallurgy

2. Marine coating made of seawater-resistant material

2. Wear-resistant lubricant.

4. Filling Materials with thermal and conductive properties

5. Protective material for electromagnetism 6. Fabricate multilayer ceramic capacitor inner electrodes and terminals. Also, make electronic components.

7. Ocean engineering Cu-Ni alloys are often used for marine purposes due to their high resistance to corrosion in seawater, excellent manufacturing characteristics and ability to reduce macro pollution. These alloys are available in different compositions from 90% copper-10% to 70% copper-30% and can be used in heat exchanging or condenser tubes, which is a common use for marine applications.

8. Swiss franc Because of its strength in corrosion resistance and electrical conductivity, longevity, ductility and low allergenic risk it is easy to stamp, antimicrobial property, recyclability, and ease of use, white copper has been a popular choice for coin production.

9. Another use

One-core thermocouple cables are made with a single conductor that connects to one thermocouple conductor. This could be Fe-Constant Copper-Constant Ni-Cr/NiAl. These heating elements include Konstan copper and nickel-chromium alloys with copper, copper–nickel, or stainless-steel housings. In cryogenic applications, copper is often used. Copper has excellent ductility, retention, and thermal conductivity at low temperatures. This is a benefit to low temperature processing equipment and storage equipment as well as heat exchanging units in low-temperature facilities. This material has been used in bulletproof jackets since the mid-20th century. This material was soon replaced with gold-plated metal, which reduces metal grime. Wear-resistant white copper is used in cylinder cores for locking systems and high-quality locks. Because copper is not susceptible to rusting, it can be used in place of traditional steel brake wires. It is far more malleable than steel and therefore easier to bend, burn, and form better seals with hydraulic components.

Packaging & Shipping for Copper Nickel Alloy Powder:

This copper-nickel alloy powder can be packed in vacuum bags, 1kg/bag, or according to customers’ requirements

You can receive the copper nickel powder within 5 days of receiving your payment.

Copper Nickel Alloy Powder Properties

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