Copper Nickel Stud Bolts are made up of a combination of two ferrous metals, copper and nickel. The proportions of the alloy used vary depending on the intended application and environmental conditions. Typically, these stud bolts will contain between 55-65% copper and 45-35% nickel, with trace elements such as manganese, iron and silicon making up the total composition. These metals must be combined to form an alloy with added strength compared to pure copper or nickel alone. The end result is a stud bolt with excellent chemical stability that can cope well in even the most demanding corrosive environment.
Copper Nickel Stud Bolts have several commercially useful properties, making them a popular and reliable choice for structural and industrial applications. They possess excellent corrosion resistance in saltwater applications, and their density is low, allowing for a greater strength-to-weight ratio. Furthermore, they are highly resistant to pitting, erosion and stress corrosion cracking while also providing exceptional hot workability. These stud bolts are easily weldable and formable with traditional methods, making them an ideal addition to various construction projects requiring flexible resilience. Finally, these studs are often used in electrical grids and devices due to their excellent electrical conductivity.
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