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C17200 FULL HARD BeCu .015 X 2" Beryllium Copper Coil - Heat: A67874 - Tag: 720389
BERYLCO 25 - 3 pound coil


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Price: : $105.00
Wt: 3 Bin: 801 Lot: 18-260
172FH0150
C17200 FULL HARD BeCu .015 X 2" X Coil ---3 pounds
Thickness Tolerance: ± 5%
Width Tolerance: ± 1/8 inch
Approximate Length: 27.78 feet

QUALITY NOTES:



MATERIAL INFORMATION

BMC Lot
18-260
Country of Manufacture
USA
Country of Melt
Japan

Temper
TD04 - Hard
Hardness
-
Tensile Stregth (PSI)
109,000/110,000
Yield Strength (PSI)
96,000/98,000
Elongation
4.0 %
Bend Test
Embrittlement
ASTM Grain Size
0.013/0.015
Grain Count
 25/29
 
 2 Hours at 600 degrees F
Age Hardened Tensile Strength
 195,000/197,000
Age Hardened Yield Strength
 170,000/173,000
Age Hardened Elongation
 1/4%


Mn
P
Si
Ni
Cu
Al
Co
Fe
Sn
Mg
Be
Pb
.001
.001
.020
.004
Bal
.030
.246
.030
.001
.011
1.85
.001


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  • Ability for customization including:
    • Actual width ordered
    • Actual weight ordered
    • Actual customer Purchase Order Number if applicable
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  • Material identification including alloy, temper & thickness
  • Actual chemical and mechanical properties
  • AMS & ASTM specifications with the most up-to-date revisions
  • Melt source and country of origin on most items
  • Dual certification of alloys when applicable (Example: Certify material to meet both 302 & 304 alloy)
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  • View a sample of the BMC C of C / Test Report

Mill Test Reports provide the following:

  • Material identification including alloy, temper & thickness
  • Actual chemical and mechanical properties
  • AMS & ASTM specifications (may not always be most recent revision)
  • View a sample of a Mill Test Report