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.

Forms:
  • 1/2" and Down Polished Shot
  • 1/2" X 14 Mesh Unpolished Shot
  • 2-5 Ingot
Belmont Product Code4971
Nominal Composition:
  • 96.43% Cu
  • 2.7% Be
  • 0.5% Co
  • 0.3% Si
  • 0.07% Ti

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