Cupro Nickel Ingot are available in various grades, so as to meet the needs of specific applications. The Thermal Conductivity of Copper nickel is 32.9 W/mK (0.0900 BTU in/hr.ft². °F). Copper nickel has a Tensile Strength of 359 MPa (52000 psi). Copper nickel suppliers can easily be located, by doing online searches. CuNi Remelted Ingots has a Poisson’s Ratio of 0.325. The Elastic Modulus of Copper nickel is 152 GPa (22000 ksi). Copper nickel is called by different names such as cupro nickel, German silver, Argentan Minargent, plata alemana.
Alpaka, Chinese silver, hotel silver and cuivre blanc. Because of the characteristics displayed by copper nickel and its alloys, it is used in many different applications in various industries such as petrochemical, marine engineering, manufacture of arms, medal minting, minting of coins, electrical industries, chemical industries, etc. Copper Nickel Ingot uses are many, but due to their superb fabricability, low macrofouling rates and corrosion resistance to sea water, they are used a lot in marine applications. The Machinability of Copper nickel is 20. The Thermal Expansion Co-efficient of Copper nickel (@20-300°C/68-572°F) is 9.00 µin/in °F (16.2 µm/m °C). The Shear Modulus of Copper nickel is 57.2 GPa (8300 ksi). CuNi Remelted Ingots are easily obtainable from the many online dealers, located all over the globe. As Copper Nickel Alloys Ingots exhibits very high resistance to seawater corrosion, it is used in fishing boats, tugboat hulls, crankshafts, propellers and various other boats. Copper nickel is also used to make coins because of its various properties such as recyclability, ease of stamping, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, malleability, durability, low allergy risk and antimicrobial properties.
Standard: BS 1400
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