About Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder:
Copper-nickel or copper-nickel (CuNi) is an alloy of copper that contains nickel and reinforcing elements, such as iron and manganese. Copper content usually varies between 60% and 90%. (Monel is a nickel-copper alloy containing at least 52% nickel.) Is copper-nickel alloy magnetic? Although copper is only weakly diamagnetic it requires 0.8 or 0.9 percent nickel to neutralize this diamagnetic effect and 56 percent nickel is required before the alloy shows ferromagnetic properties at ordinary temperatures. Nickel-copper alloy has good mechanical properties at room temperature and high-temperature strength, high corrosion resistance, good wear resistance, easy to process, non-magnetic, is a good structural material for the manufacture of traveling wave tubes and other electronic tubes. It can also be used as the structural material of an aero-engine. Why is nickel added to copper? The addition of nickel to copper improves strength and corrosion resistance while allowing the alloy to remain ductile. Other elements can be added to copper-nickel to increase strength, corrosion resistance, hardening, weldability and castability.
Nickel and copper can be insoluble in any proportion at high temperatures and form a solid solution during cooling. What color is copper-nickel? Despite its high copper content, the cupronickel is silver in colour. Cupronickel is highly resistant to corrosion by salt water and is therefore used for piping, heat exchangers and condensers in seawater systems, as well as for marine hardware.
Although it has a high copper content, copper is silver. Copper is highly resistant to brine corrosion and is therefore used in piping, heat exchangers and condensers in seawater systems, as well as in Marine hardware. It is sometimes used in propellers, driveshafts, and the hulls of high-quality ships. Other uses include military equipment, chemical, petrochemical and electrical industries. Orachemicals is a trusted global Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder supplier. Feel free to send an inquiry about the latest price of Cu-Ni Alloy at any time.
Product description for Cu-Ni alloy powder:
|Product name:||Particle size:||purity:||Color:||Cystal form:||Specific surface area(m2/g)||Volume density(g/cm3)|
|copper nickel alloy powder||70nm||99.7%||black||spherical||12.3||0.15|
Remark: The different ratio of copper nickel alloy powder can be provided according to customers’ request
Product performance for 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 is Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder produced?
The nickel-copper alloy with nickel as base and copper is a kind of nickel-based corrosion-resistant alloy with a large amount and wide application. What are some attractive engineering properties of copper nickel alloys? Copper-nickels have established properties that show high resistance to seawater corrosion and biofouling. This includes resistance to chlorides in terms of pitting, crevice corrosion and stress corrosion cracking, even in hotter climates. Although the existing nickel-copper alloy grades are many, its copper content is generally in the range of 10~30%. When used as a corrosion-resistant alloy, nickel-copper alloy containing copper ~ 28% is more widely used. Adding copper to nickel will have a series of effects on nickel properties, especially corrosion resistance, mechanical properties and physical properties. The addition of general copper increases the corrosion resistance of nickel in the reducing medium but decreases the corrosion resistance of nickel in oxidizing medium and the oxidation resistance in the air. The strength and hardness of nickel increased with the addition of copper, and the plasticity decreased slightly. The addition of copper increases the thermal conductivity of nickel.
Applications of Copper Nickel Cu-Ni Alloy Powder:
Non-marine applications of copper and nickel include cryogenic applications, brake tubing and silver coins such as 1 and 2 euro coins and 5 cent US nickel. Because of their strong antimicrobial properties, copper-nickel alloys are used as sanitary “contact materials” to reduce cross-contamination and infection, especially in hospital intensive care units. In addition, copper and nickel can also be used in:
1. Copper – or nickel-based alloy powder metallurgy
2. Seawater resistant material for Marine surface coating
2. Wear-resistant lubricant, wear-resistant additive
4. Conductive and thermal conductive filling materials
5. Electromagnetic shielding material
6. Manufacture multilayer ceramic capacitor terminals and inner electrodes, electronic components, electronic paste, etc
7. Ocean engineering
Cu-Ni alloys are used in Marine applications due to their resistance to seawater corrosion, good manufacturing properties and effectiveness in reducing macro pollution levels. Alloys range in composition from 90% copper-10% nickel to 70% copper-30% nickel and are usually specified for use in heat exchangers or condenser tubes in a variety of Marine applications.
8. The Swiss franc
The successful use of white copper in coins is due to its corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, durability, ductility, low allergenic risk, ease of stamping, antimicrobial properties and recyclability.
9. Other use
Single-core thermocouple cables use a single conductor to a thermocouple conductor, such as Fe-Constant, Copper-Constant or Ni-Cr/Ni-Al. These heating elements are Konstan copper or nickel-chromium alloy with copper, copper-nickel, or stainless steel housing.
Copper is used in cryogenic applications. It has good ductility, retention and thermal conductivity at very low temperatures, which is beneficial to low-temperature processing and storage equipment, as well as heat exchangers in low-temperature plants.
Bulletproof jackets have often been made of this material since the early 20th century. It was quickly replaced by gold-plated metal to reduce metal grime inside the hole.
For high-quality cylinder locks and locking systems, cylinder cores are made of wear-resistant white copper.
Since copper does not rust, it is used as an alternative to traditional steel brake wires. Because white copper is much softer than steel, it is easier to bend and burn, the same properties that allow it to form a better seal with hydraulic components
Packaging and shipping for copper nickel alloy powder:
The copper nickel alloy powder is packed in the vacuum bag, 1kg/bag or as customers’ request
The copper nickel alloy powder can be delivered within 5 working days after receiving payment.
Copper Nickel Alloy Powder Properties
|Other Names||CuNi, NiCu, Cu:Ni, copper nickel, Cu-Ni Powder|
|Appearance||Gray to Black Powder|
|Solubility in H2O||N/A|
Copper Nickel Alloy Powder Health & Safety Information