Copper alloys

Welcome to our Copper Alloys category! Explore a wide range of premium Copper Alloy products, each carefully crafted to deliver exceptional performance and reliability. From Copper-Nickel to Brass and Phosphor Bronze, our alloys offer unique properties suitable for diverse applications.

With excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as superior corrosion resistance, our Copper Alloys are ideal for electrical, marine, automotive, and industrial applications. Discover the versatility and durability of our Copper Alloys for your next engineering project.

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CuCr1Zr/CW106C/CuCrZr/2.1293/C18150 is a high-strength copper alloy with chromium and zirconium as alloying elements. It exhibits excellent mechanical properties, high hardness, and outstanding wear resistance, making it suitable for demanding applications such as aerospace components, die-casting molds, and plastic molding inserts. Trust CuCr1Zr/CW106C/CuCrZr/2.1293/C18150 for reliable and durable performance in challenging environments.


CuNi2Si/CW111C/2.0855/C64700 is a copper-nickel-silicon alloy known for its exceptional corrosion resistance and high electrical conductivity. With its low magnetic permeability, it finds applications in electrical connectors, marine hardware, and instrumentation components. This alloy offers excellent cold workability and can be readily brazed and soldered. Trust CuNi2Si/CW111C/2.0855/C64700 for reliable and versatile copper alloy solutions.


CuTeP/CW118C/2.1546/C14500 is a copper-tellurium-phosphorus alloy known for its excellent machinability and high electrical conductivity. With the addition of tellurium and phosphorus, it offers improved cutting performance and reduced tool wear, making it ideal for intricate machining operations. This alloy finds applications in electrical connectors, switches, and other precision components. Trust CuTeP/CW118C/2.1546/C14500 for efficient and reliable copper alloy solutions.


CuNi10Fe1Mn/CW352H/2.0872/C70600 is a copper-nickel-iron-manganese alloy known for its excellent resistance to seawater corrosion and biofouling. With its high strength and ductility, it is widely used in marine and offshore applications, such as condenser tubes, heat exchangers, and shipbuilding components. Trust CuNi10Fe1Mn/CW352H/2.0872/C70600 for reliable and durable performance in harsh marine environments.


CuNi30Mn1Fe/CW354H/2.0882/C71500 is a copper-nickel-manganese-iron alloy recognized for its outstanding resistance to corrosion, particularly in seawater and brackish environments. With its high strength and excellent weldability, it finds applications in marine and offshore industries, including condenser tubes, seawater piping systems, and heat exchangers. Trust CuNi30Mn1Fe/CW354H/2.0882/C71500 for reliable and durable performance in corrosive marine conditions.


CuNi14Al3/2.1504 is a copper-nickel-aluminum alloy known for its excellent resistance to corrosion and oxidation at high temperatures. With its high strength and thermal stability, it is commonly used in applications requiring elevated temperature performance, such as heating elements, furnace components, and thermocouples. Trust CuNi14Al3/2.1504 for reliable and durable performance in demanding thermal environments.


NiCu30Fe/2.4360 is a nickel-copper alloy known for its exceptional resistance to corrosion and oxidation in various environments. This alloy offers excellent mechanical properties, making it suitable for high-temperature applications. With its high nickel content, NiCu30Fe/2.4360 exhibits outstanding strength and toughness, making it a reliable choice for critical components in chemical processing, marine, and aerospace industries. Its excellent thermal conductivity also allows for efficient heat transfer. Embrace the versatility and reliability of NiCu30Fe/2.4360 for your demanding engineering and manufacturing needs.



Durable, conductive, versatile, corrosion-resistant, recyclable.

Leaded and Tin Casted Bronze

Malleable, wear-resistant, corrosion-resistant, versatile, cost-effective.

Beryllium copper

Strong, conductive, durable, non-magnetic, high-performance.

Aluminium Bronze

Corrosion-resistant, high-strength, wear-resistant, machinable, versatile.

Copper alloys

Diverse, versatile, durable, malleable, conductive.

Phosphor bronze

Strong, corrosion-resistant, durable, electrical conductor, wear-resistant.


Malleable, corrosion-resistant, decorative, ductile, versatile.

Cast Iron

Strong, durable, heat-resistant, brittle, castable.

Frequently Asked Questions about Copper

Copper alloys are metallic mixtures containing copper as the primary element along with one or more other elements, such as zinc, tin, nickel, or aluminum, to enhance specific properties.

Copper alloys offer various advantages, including high electrical and thermal conductivity, excellent corrosion resistance, good malleability, and the ability to be tailored for specific applications.

Copper alloys find applications in a wide range of industries, including electrical and electronic components, plumbing, automotive, marine, aerospace, and architectural applications.

Yes, many copper alloys exhibit good heat resistance and can be used in high-temperature applications such as heat exchangers and engine components.

Copper alloys generally offer higher strength and hardness than pure copper due to the addition of other alloying elements.

Yes, copper alloys are highly recyclable, and the recycling process does not diminish their properties, making them a sustainable choice.

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, while bronze is an alloy of copper and tin. The different compositions result in varying properties, making each suitable for different applications.

Beryllium copper alloys offer exceptional strength, hardness, and electrical conductivity, making them ideal for springs, connectors, and electronic components.

Yes, many copper alloys, especially those with added elements like nickel or aluminum, have excellent corrosion resistance and are commonly used in marine applications.

Yes, copper alloys can be welded, brazed, or soldered using appropriate techniques and filler materials, allowing for a variety of joining methods in fabrication and assembly processes.