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90/10 Copper Nickel Bolts are made up of a blend of 90% copper, 8-10% nickel, and 1-2% manganese. This combination of metals creates an alloy material with superior corrosion resistance and tensile strength, making the bolts ideal for applications in marine environments or areas with high salt content. In addition to the copper-nickel alloy, these bolts typically include additional elements such as magnesium silicate and oxides to improve their performance.

Copper Nickel 90/10 Bolts are corrosion-resistant, highly conductive, and robust — making them an excellent choice for marine, oil, and gas industry applications. They can withstand extreme conditions and have a more excellent resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion, and stress-corrosion cracking than other fasteners. In addition, they have low thermal expansion rates and good electrical properties.

FAQ's for Copper Nickel 90/10 Bolts

Copper Nickel 90/10 bolts are typically used in a variety of different environments and applications where there is contact with salt water, brackish water or chemicals. They are often applicable in marine and offshore engineering projects, as well as nuclear power plants, pulp & paper mills and chemical processing plants. The properties that make it ideal for these particular industries include the fact that the material has excellent corrosion-resistant properties, low thermal expansion levels when compared to other metals such as steel and stainless steel alloys, improved fatigue strength along with high electrical resistance levels. Additionally, it performs good weldability when using most standard welding techniques like TIG welding and MIG welding processes. 

Yes - Copper Nickel 90/10 Fasteners have proved to be effective at temperatures ranging from cryogenic temperatures up to 1000°F (540°C). This makes them suitable for use in applications which require moderate exposure to hot environments over extended periods of time without compromising their mechanical properties or becoming damaged by corrosion related issues arising due to such exposure. However depending on the environment they may still require additional protection such as external coatings if their overall service life under such conditions needs extending further beyond what’s already predicted by its inherent characteristics alone.  

Yes - strain hardening is one of the features associated with Copper Nickel 90/ 10 Fasteners as well as many other similar age-hardenable alloys used today globally within various industries thanks to its ability increase tensile strength through cold working during fabrication processes without having any adverse effect on its physical appearance or strength level unlike other methods which can reduce certain aspects over time due heat treatment etc.. By reducing diameter sizes through work hardening (or cold forming) it’s possible increase tensile load bearing limits significantly thus making them a viable choice where higher load capacities are required than could normally achieved using forged materials only instead..

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