High Purity Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder |

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Copper-nickel is an alloy of nickel Ni and copper Cu, which is silver-white in color with a metallic shine. Purity>99.7%
Particle size 70nm

About Copper Ni-Alloy Powder:
CuNi is an alloy made of copper and nickel, with other elements such as manganese and iron. Copper content can vary between 60 and 90 percent. Monel, a nickel-copper alloy containing at minimum 52% nickel, is also known as a Nickel-Copper Alloy. Is copper-nickel alloy magnetic? The alloy will not show ferromagnetic behavior at ordinary temperatures until it reaches a nickel content of 56 percent. Nickel-copper has excellent mechanical properties, both at room temperature, and high temperatures. It is also corrosion resistant, wear resistant, easy to work with, and non-magnetic. It can also serve as a structural material for an aero-engine. Why is nickel added in copper? The addition of Nickel to Copper improves strength, corrosion resistance and allows the alloys to remain ductile. Additions of other elements can be made to copper-nickel alloys to increase its strength, corrosion resistant, hardening and weldability.
When heated to high temperatures, copper and nickel can become insoluble at any ratio and solidify upon cooling. Is copper-nickel silver? The cupronickel, despite having a high copper content is silver. Cupronickel, which is highly resistant against corrosion in salt water, is used for piping and heat exchangers as well as condensers and other marine hardware.
Copper is still silver, even though it contains a lot of copper. Copper has a high resistance to salt corrosion, so it is often used in the piping of seawater systems and heat exchangers or condensers. It is also found in Marine hardware. Some ships’ hulls, propellers or driveshafts are made of copper. It is also used in military equipment, chemical and petrochemical industry, as well as electrical equipment. a leading global Cu-Ni Copper Nickel Alloy Powder supplier . You can send us a message at any time to ask about the price for CuNi Alloy.

Product description of Cu-Ni alloy Powder:

Product name: Particle size purity: Color: Crystal form Specific surface area (m2/g) Volume density(g/cm3)
Copper Nickel Alloy Powder 70nm 99.7% Black Spherical 12.3 0.15

Remarks : Customers can request different ratios of the copper nickel alloy powder

Product performance of copper nickel alloy powder:

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 CuNi Alloy powder get produced?
The nickel-copper with copper base is a corrosion-resistant alloy based on nickel. It has a lot of uses and a high amount. What engineering properties are attractive in copper nickel alloys Copper-nickels exhibit high resistance to seawater and biofouling. The alloys are resistant to chlorides and can resist pitting, stress corrosion cracking and crevice corrosion even in hotter climates. There are a variety of nickel-copper alloys, but the copper content ranges from 1030%. As a corrosion resistant alloy, the nickel-copper containing copper less than 28% is most widely used. The addition of copper to nickel has a number of effects, including changes in corrosion resistance, physical properties, and mechanical properties. The addition to general copper increases nickel’s corrosion resistance when in a reducing medium, but decreases nickel’s corrosion resistance and oxidation resistant in air. Nickel’s strength, hardness, and plasticity increased slightly with the addition copper. The thermal conductivity of Nickel is increased by adding copper.

Uses of Copper Nickel Alloy Powder
Other non-marine uses of copper and Nickel include brake tubing, 1 and 2 euro coin and US 5 cent nickel. Due to their antimicrobial qualities, copper-nickel alloys are used for sanitary “contact material” in order to reduce cross contamination and infection. This is especially true in intensive care units. Nickel and copper can be used to:

1. Alloy powders based on copper or nickel
2. Marine surface coating made from a water-resistant material
2. Wear-resistant additives, wear-resistant lubricants
4. Materials that are thermally and conductively conductive.
5. Electromagnetic shielding materials
6. Multilayer ceramic capacitor terminals, inner electrodes, electronic components and electronic paste are manufactured.
7. Ocean engineering
Cu-Ni alloys have been used in Marine applications because of their high resistance to corrosion caused by seawater, good manufacturing characteristics and ability to reduce macro pollutants. The alloys can range from 90% Copper-10% Nickel up to 70% Copper-30% Nickel. They are typically specified for heat exchangers and condenser tube applications in Marine.
8. The Swiss franc
The success of using white copper for coins is due to the corrosion resistance of this metal, its electrical conductivity, durability and ductility.
9. Other uses

The single-core thermocouple cable uses a single conductor for a thermocouple, such as Fe/Constant, Copper/Constant and Ni/Cr/Ni/Al. These heating elements have a nickel-chromium, Konstan copper, or copper-nickel housing.
Copper is used for cryogenic applications. Copper is a good material for cryogenic applications because of its ductility and thermal conductivity.
This material has been used to make bulletproof jackets since the early 20th Century. This material was replaced with gold-plated steel to reduce the amount of metal dust inside the hole.
White copper is used for cylinder cores in high-quality locks and locking mechanisms.
It is an alternative to steel brake wires because copper does not rust. It is also easier to bend, and it burns more easily than steel. These properties allow it to seal better with hydraulic components.

Packaging and Shipping for Copper Nickel alloy Powder:

The vacuum bag is 1 kg/bag, or according to customer’s request.

After receiving payment, you can expect to receive the powder within 5 days.

Copper Nickel Alloy Powder Properties

Alternative Names CuNi, NiCu, Cu:Ni, copper nickel, Cu-Ni Powder
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Compound Formula Cu-Ni
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Appearance Gray to Black Powder
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