Copper 101 is widely used for Used for electrical and electronic conductors, wave guides, cavity resonators, superconductor matrixes, vacuum tube and solid-state devices, and glass-to-metal seals.
Specifications of Copper 101:
The following specifications cover Copper Alloys C101:
|AMS 4700ASTM B1 (Round Wire)
|ASTM B246ASTM B272
|ASTM B49ASTM B496
Principal Design Features:
Copper, OFE, Oxygen Free Electronic. C10100 has conductivity 101% IACS, the highest among coppers.
The machinability rating of this alloy is 20. (Where Alloy 360 FC Brass is 100).
Soldering is rated as “excellent”, brazing is rated as “excellent”, oxyacetylene welding is rated as “fair”, gas shielded arc welding is rated as “good”, coated metal arc welding is “not recommended”, spot welding is “not recommended”, seam welding is “not recommended” and butt welding is rated as “fair”
The hot forge ability rating of this alloy is 65. (Forging brass = 100). The recommended hot working temperature for this alloy is between 1400 and 1600 F.
Hot Working: This alloy’s capacity for being hot formed is rated as “excellent”.
Cold Working: The capacity for cold working this alloy is rated as “excellent”.
Annealing: The annealing temperature for this alloy is between 700 and 1200 F.
|Density (lb / cu. in.)||0.323|
|Electrical Resistivity (micro hm-cm (at 68 Deg F))||10.3|
|Melting Point (Deg F)||1981|
|Mean Coeff Thermal Expansion||9.4|
|Modulus of Elasticity Tension||17000|
Copper 102 is an oxygen-free copper with extremely high electrical conductivity and good formability. These characteristics make it particularly useful for electrical connectors.
Typical Mechanical Properties:
|Ultimate Tensile Strength||35,000 PSI||57,000 PSi|
|Yield Strength (.2% Offset)||10,000 PSI||53,000 PSI|
|Elongation in 2” *||40%||2%|
|Modulus Of Elasticity (Tension)||17 X 10+6 PSI|
|AMS 4701||ASTM B152||ASTM B272||ASTM B42|
|ASME SB111||ASTM B172||ASTM B280||ASTM B432|
|ASME SB133||ASTM B173||ASTM B286||ASTM B447|
|ASME SB359||ASTM B174||ASTM B298||ASTM B451|
|ASME SB395||ASTM B187||ASTM B3||ASTM B470|
|ASME SB42||ASTM B188||ASTM B33||ASTM B48|
|ASME SB75||ASTM B189||ASTM B355||ASTM B49|
|ASTM B1||ASTM B2||ASTM B359||ASTM B496|
|ASTM B111||ASTM B224||ASTM B372||ASTM B506|
|ASTM B133||ASTM B226||ASTM B395||ASTM B556|
|ASTM B641||ASTM B246||ASTM B640||ASTM B638|
|ASTM B68||MIL B-18907|
|ASTM B687||MIL T-24107|
|ASTM B698||MIL W-6712|
|ASTM B716||MIL W-85|
|ASTM B738||QQ B575|
|ASTM B743||SAE J461|
|ASTM B75||SAE J463|
|ASTM B8||UNS C10200|
Physical Properties of Copper 102:
Copper 102 can be deep-drawn from the annealed temper. It is corrosion resistant in normal atmosphere and water. A thin adherent oxide film forms at elevated temperatures which prevents particle contamination and enhances glass to metal seals. The Copper 102 can be readily soldered and brazed. The absence of oxygen makes welds free of inclusions.
Used for electrical and electronic conductors, wave guides, cavity resonators, superconductor matrixes, vacuum tube and solid-state devices, and glass-to-metal seals.
Copper 102 is available from Hamilton Precision Metals as strip product in thicknesses from .0005” to .010” in widths up to 12.0”. The material conforms to ASTM B 152 and UNS C 10200. It is also available in thickness less than .0005” in widths up to 4.000” maximum
Forms & shapes
Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging , Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
Copper 103 is of high quality and available in different size ranging from minimum of 1.20 mm to maximum of 10.8 mm.
Specifications ofCopper 103:
|Cu||99.95 min (Including Silver)|
|BS4109 / BS 2873||BSEN13602 / 2002|
|Oxygen Free Copper||C103||CUOF CW008A C10200|
|Electrolytic Copper||C101||CUETP CW004A C11000|
Oxygen Free Copper Wire C103 Tensile Strength Specifications :
|Previous Condition Designation||Tensile Strength|
Copper, OFXLP. C10300 has conductivity 101% IACS, the highest among coppers.
Copper alloys are metal alloys that have copper as their principal component. They have high resistance against corrosion. The best known traditional types are bronze, where tin is a significant addition, and brass, using zinc instead.