|Thickness||0.035- 2.5 mm|
|Diameter||3 mm~800 mm|
|Single unit length||6-18 mtr|
We feel proud to introduce ourselves as the well-known manufacturer and supplier of Beryllium Copper Round Bar. The offered beryllium copper is an alloy of copper and beryllium metals. Our supplied beryllium copper is highly liked by the clients, due to the forming and machining qualities. The offered beryllium copper is cost effective in price.
|Thickness||0.5 ~ 10 mm|
Our company has created a niche in the field of offering Beryllium Copper Shim Sheet to the clients. Beryllium Copper Shim Sheet is widely used in various industries for varied applications and sometimes for commercial use such as sculpture work, craft work and home decor.
To meet the diversified requirements of our precious clients, we are offering an exclusive range of Beryllium Copper Plate. We are counted as one of the renowned importers, exporters and suppliers of a comprehensive range of Beryllium Copper Plate. The range which we offer is manufactured by the vendors, employing pure copper and cutting-edge technologies. Our vendors also confirm that the sheets offered by us are in compliance with the international quality standards. Further, clients can avail these sheets at industry leading prices.
Some other features of these plates are listed below:
|Thickness||0.1 mm~200 mm|
Beryllium Copper Sheets the small ratio of beryllium to copper creates a family of high-copper alloys with strength as high as alloy steel. The commercial grades of beryllium copper alloys contain from 0.4 to 2.0 % beryllium. The two families consists of: (1) High strength with moderate conductivity C17200 & C17300. (2) High conductivity with moderate strength C17500 & C17510. The principle characteristics of these alloys are their excellent response to precipitation-hardening treatments, excellent thermal conductivity and resistance to stress relaxation. The high strength beryllium coppers C17200 & C17300 can be purchased in the solution annealed or cold worked tempers and can be easily formed or machined. A low temperature heat treatment (600 degrees for 2-3 hours) produces additional maximum strength and hardness.