Ensure you get the most out of this red-metal alloy by understanding its unique properties With each new generation of electronics, laptops get slimmer and more powerful and cell phones have even greater capacities for the amount of apps, music, and streaming sports and television that consumers want to carry around with them. All these…
This alloy exhibits good strength, coupled with excellent corrosion resistance and material toughness properties. This comparatively lower percentage Beryllium alloy provides thermal conductivity properties that are far superior to most Aluminum, Magnesium & Steel alloys.
|Belmont Product Code||4972|
This alloy offers high strength, hardness, wear resistance with excellent fluidity. This alloy is ideal for investment, sand or ceramic casting and provides excellent replication of intricate detail.
- 2-5 Ingot
- 2" Cut Bars
- 1" Cut Bar
- 1/2" Polished Cubes
- 1/2" x 14 Mesh Shot
Belmont Product Code 4977 Nominal Composition:
- 97.2% Cu, 2.05% Be, 0.5% Co, 0.25% Si
This material offers the highest strength and hardness of all the BeCu alloys with excellent wear resistance and fluidity. Also offers extremely fine detail pick-up in ceramic or pressure cast processes. This also has the lowest pouring temperature of the BeCu alloys allowing almost any type of molding process to be used.
- 1/2" and Down Polished Shot
- 1/2" X 14 Mesh Unpolished Shot
- 2-5 Ingot
Belmont Product Code 4971 Nominal Composition:
- 96.43% Cu
- 2.7% Be
- 0.5% Co
- 0.3% Si
- 0.07% Ti
A Beryllium containing copper base master alloy which is used to introduce Beryllium into new melts or to replace Beryllium lost through oxidation in remelts.
- Approx. 1" Pcs.
- 1/2" and Down Shot
Belmont Product Code 4962 Nominal Composition:
- 96% Cu
- 4% Be
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Master alloys help copper shine Red metals have played an important role in many cultures, including those of the ancient Egyptians and Romans, who crafted tools, cookware, dishes, mirrors and razors out of copper. Modern uses for copper include electrical, heating/cooling applications, fluid handling and plumbing applications, as well as an increasing demand for the…
Controlling composition using Master Alloys
Create materials that meet specific needs by adding master alloys to the mix It’s important to choose the right materials for a job. Using inferior or unsuitable materials can make completing a project more difficult or even derail it entirely. In the metals industry, combinations of metals, called alloys, are generated to meet the specific…