We stock and supply copper-nickel alloy bars to British Standard specifications.
British Standards are consensus standards that set production and quality criteria for various products, including engineering raw materials. In engineering materials, British Standard released alloys often start with the prefix BS or the product is referred to by the specification it was produced to.
A Wealth of Choice
Our copper-nickel alloy bar stock range is supplied to many standards, including ASTM, DEF STAN and Euro Norm. As these standards are for products that are essentially the same, there are very few differences. However, defence standards, for example, often require the determination of specific performance criteria such as minimum impact levels.
We stock solid copper nickel bars to British Standards in various sizes to suit your engineering requirements.
The British Standards Institute (BSI) was formed in 1901 in order to make British manufacturers more competitive and efficient.
The first products BSI covered were steel sections standardised by type and number. Over the years, BSI has dramatically expanded its operational scope and engineering alloys now form only a small part of a much broader portfolio.
Today, BSI has more than 27,000 working standards.