We stock an extensive range of copper-nickel alloys, which we supply globally to engineering and fabrication businesses.
Copper-nickel (also known as cupronickel) is stronger and much more resistant to oxidation at high temperatures when compared with typical copper alloys. Copper-nickel alloys are typically used in marine operating environments due to the alloy's excellent resistance to saltwater corrosion. Cupronickels also effectively resist biological fouling, stress corrosion cracking (SCC), crevice corrosion and hydrogen embrittlement. Our alloys also retain mechanical properties at low temperatures.
Our impressive range of copper-nickel grades covers various specifications, and our products usually only differ in terms of strength and corrosion resistance. We stock products under ASTM, DEF STAN and Euro Norm specifications.
Range of Options
We stock material grades in various diameters, ensuring we have products that suit your engineering needs. We also provide copper nickel cut to specific sizes thanks to our dedicated in-house processing services.