Featuring Beryllium Copper Alloys in a Variety of forms; 4% Beryllium Copper, Beryllium Copper Alloys: 20C, 10C, 70C, 165C, 275C and more

Beryllium Copper, also known as Beryllium Bronze or Spring Copper, is a copper alloy with 0.5-3% Beryllium and sometimes other elements. The alloy combines high strength with non-magnetic and non-sparking qualities. It is typically used in applications where it is important to have to have a combination of excellent formability, high fatigue strength, good hysteresis properties and creep resistance. Beryllium Copper is also used where the requirements are for an alloy requiring corrosion resistance and relatively high electrical conductivity, or nonmagnetic behavior, coupled with high strength.

Beryllium Copper Alloy 20C, CDA 825, is our most popular offering in this category and contains 2% Beryllium, 0.5% Cobalt, and 0.25% Silicon. 20C Beryllium Copper (Belmont Product Code: 4977) is known for allowing excellent detail in your casting combined with high strength and an attractive color.

Forms: 2 Section 5 lb Ingot, Cut Bar – Cross Section ¾” x ½” x 1” lengths, 2”lengths, ½” polished cubes, polished and unpolished shot

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