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Copper and Copper Alloys CuHCP OF 2003

0183 32CuHCP is used in appli ions with demand for high electric and thermal conductivity. Further on use for parts to be brazed or welded. It is also used for plating.

EMHCopper Tubes in CuHCP

0183 32CuHCP is an oxygenfree copper which is constant when exposed to heat treatment in reduction atmosphere. As the amount of phosphorous added for deoxidation is limited, the material retains its high electrical and thermal conductivity. Joining operations such as soldering and welding are possible without restriction. Copper Tubes in CuHCP Material Description EN CuHCP, CW021A UNS C10300 DIN ...

CuHCP / CW021A SteelNumber Copper equivalent ...

CuHCP Number: CW021A Classifi ion: Phosphoruscontaining copper grade Density : 8.9 g/cm 179 Standard: EN 13601: 2002 Copper and copper alloys. Copper rod, bar and wire for general electrical purposes EN 13600: 2002 Copper and copper alloys. Seamless copper tubes for electrical purposes EN 1976: 1998 Copper and copper alloys. Cast unwrought ...Classifi ion: Phosphoruscontaining copper grade

Copper round tubes BIKARMETALLE

Copper round tubes alloys CW024A CuDHP We also supply copper round tubes in the qualities: CW004A CuETP CW021A CuHCP CW008A CuOF CW106C Cu Cr1 Zr From these materials, we manufacture: cuttings in nearly all requested lengths parts as per drawing Other alloys and dimensions on request. Data sheets are available for download on ...

Overview of Materials

0183 32CuOFE CW009A DIN EN 13601 Oxygenfree copper with very high purity, very high electrical conductivity gt 58.58 MS/m and very good hydrogenresistance. Used in vacuum engineering, semiconductor manufacturing, electronic valves, microelectronics CuHCP CW021A DIN EN 13601 Deoxidised copper with low residual phosphorus content and 1MB

Oxgyenfree Extra Low Phosphorous Copper for electrical ...

Heat TreatmentPropertiesFabri ionMachiningResistance to CorrosionResistance to SofteningCreepAppli ionsSpecifi ionsAppli ion Example 1: Tubular BusbarsIt may be necessary to stress relieve CuPHC to reduce the possibility of distortion or cracking after machining or cold working. This may be done at 150 to 200oC. This does not soften the copper, if this is required then a full anneal at 400 to 650oC is required. Copper cannot be hardened by heat treatment. It does not become harder with time. It does not have a shelf life.copperalliance.org.uk