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Copper alloys are many in number and each copper alloy has specific properties based on its environment, manufacturing processes and applications. Given below are a few copper alloy forms:
- Beryllium copper
- Nickel silver
- Tin bronze
- Phosphor bronze
- Aluminum bronze
UNS C19000 copper nickel phosphorus alloys are high copper alloys. The datasheet below provides an overview of UNS C19000 copper alloys.
The chemical composition of UNS C19000 copper nickel phosphorus alloys is outlined in the following table.
The following table shows the physical properties of UNS C19000 copper nickel phosphorus alloys.
The mechanical properties of UNS C19000 copper nickel phosphorus alloys are displayed in the following table.
|Yield strength (depending on temper)
|Elongation at break (in 50.8 mm)
|Machinability (UNS C36000 (free-cutting brass) = 100)
Fabrication and Heat Treatment
UNS C19000 copper alloys are annealed at temperature between 482 and 704°C (900 and 1300°F)
UNS C19000 copper alloys can be cold worked in an excellent manner.
The welding processes that can be used for UNS C19000 copper alloys include oxyacetylene welding, soldering, gas shielded arc welding, brazing, seam welding, spot welding and butt welding. Coated metal arc welding is not recommended for these alloys.
UNS C19000 copper alloys can be forged between 704 and 843°C (1300 and 1550°F). These alloys have a hot forgeability rating of 65.
UNS C19000 copper alloys have a machinability rating of 30.
UNS C19000 copper alloys have excellent hot forming capacity.