Nickel Silver (Copper-Nickel-Zinc Alloys)

Due to its nickel content, nickel silver is particularly hard and corrosion resistant.As is the case with all copper alloys, nickel silver can only be hardened mechanically, e.g. by cold forging or rolling. Heating (annealing) over approx. 500 °C re-softens the material.

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Nickel silver round bars according EN 12164

CuNi7Zn39Pb3Mn2 (similar: Cu Ni 7 Zn 39 Mn 5 Pb 3)

CW400J (ähnlich: 2.0771) hard drawn

ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m
4 0,11   11 0,81   20 2,67
5 0,17   12 0,96   22 3,23
6 0,24   13 1,13   25 4,17
7 0,33   14 1,31   30 6,01
8 0,43   15 1,50   35 8,18
9 0,54   16 1,71   40 10,68
10 0,67   18 2,16   50 16,69
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.
Round bars are also available in CuNi12Zn30Pb1 and wire in CuNi12Zn24 (coils in soft/half-hard).