Beryllium copper strip
Beryllium Copper is a copper alloy with the optimum combination of mechanical and physical properties such as tensile strength, fatigue strength, performance under elevated temperatures, electrical conductivity, bending formability and corrosion resistance. Beryllium Copper is widely used as contact springs in various applications like connectors, switches, relays, etc. NGK offers a variety of Beryllium Copper alloys in several tempers to cover different applications. Our Beryllium Copper products are available in strip, plate, rod and wire forms. Age hardenable material can be formed into complicated shapes and precipitation hardened afterwards.
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Components used in automotive and consumer electronics applications need to be made from high strength materials that can withstand the harsh operating environment. Alloy is an outstanding strip material for making automotive terminals , components for medical connectors , battery contacts and contacts for switches and relays. When compared with Alloy , Alloy is flatter and better for precision strip applications and operations like photochemical machining that are sensitive to shape. Alloy does not require heat treatment and offers tensile strength up to ksi MPa.
Contact your sales rep to discuss available sizes. Beryllium, steel-gray in color, is the lightest structural metal and has one of the highest melting points of light metals. At ordinary temperatures, beryllium resists oxidation in air. The element is resistant to concentrated nitric acid, is nonmagnetic, and offers excellent thermal conductivity.