Description Of Material
CuCr1 contains; approximately 1% chromium and it has high conductivity and better mechanical properties than pure copper with fairly good conductivity. After forging and heat treating, it is possible to have better hardness and mechanical properties.
|ASTM: C18200||RWMA: CLASS II|
|Tensile Strenght (Rm) N/mm²||: 320-380|
|Yield Strenght (Rp 0,2) N/mm²||: 230-290|
|Elongation (A5) %||: Min.12-18|
|Hardness (HB 30)||: 120-135|
|Elastic Modulus||: 130 x 10³ N/ mm²|
|Density||: 8,96 g/ cm³|
|Specific Heat||: 0,38 j/g.k|
|Electrical Conductivity||: 49-51 MS/ m|
|Electrical Conductivity (I.A.C.S.)||: 76-80 %|
|Termal Conductivity||: 323,6 W/ m.K|
|Coefficient of Thermal Expansion||: 20-100 ºC 17,0 X 10-6 /K|
|Working Temparature||: 500 °C maks.|
It uses as resistance welding electrodes, electrode holders and seam welding discs. Current carrying arms, cable connecters, electrical and thermal conducters working under mechanical stresses.