About Pre-alloyed Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
Copper-iron alloy is also a kind of alloy. Fe-Cu powder has excellent electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, ductility and corrosion resistance, which combines the advantages of copper and iron. An alloy in which copper is the main element and iron is added. Ferroalloy also has uniform composition, reasonable structure, smooth surface, easy storage and handling, as a middle alloy, added to the copper casting, has good deoxidization, fluidity and other characteristics. A small number of rare earth can be added to refine a copper-iron alloy, and copper and iron melt at a similar temperature of about 1,200 degrees, making them perfectly compatible.
Many pure metals have unique properties that we need in some applications. For example in the case of copper, this metal provides excellent corrosion resistance in brine environments. It also has great electrical and thermal conductivity, as it is often used for electronic and electrical wiring. Other properties of copper include ductility, ductility, and softness.
However, pure metals themselves also have negative properties, which will ruin the application. In the case of copper, the metal is very weak. Although work hardening can be used to strengthen it, another way to make it stronger is to add other metals, such as iron.
Like copper, iron is malleable and malleable. It also has good electrical conductivity and tensile strength because it can be stretched without breaking. However, iron is corrosive because it oxidizes to form rust in the presence of water and oxygen.
Sometimes the addition of iron to copper alloys has a positive effect. Some of the main benefits of adding iron to the copper alloy are increased tensile strength and corrosion resistance without compromising the original electrical conductivity of the copper alloy.
Copper – iron alloy: Copper – iron (CuFe) master alloy has high tensile strength, corrosion resistance and high thermal and electrical conductivity. This master alloy is used as a grain refiner when added to other copper alloys such as aluminum bronze and brass. It usually helps to improve the mechanical properties of low alloy copper.
A low copper alloy can become a high copper alloy when iron and other metals are added. They are extremely strong and have a conductivity of 75 to 90 percent. Ormemoda is a trusted global Pre-alloyed Iron Copper FeCu Powder supplier. Feel free to send an inquiry about the latest price of Iron Copper FeCu at any time.
Brief Introduction of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
Product Name: FeCu powder, iron copper alloy powder
Hardness of FeCu powder: 102HRB
Tensile strength of FeCu powder: 1534Mpa
TDS of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
Theoretical Densisty of hydrogen: 7.97g/cm3
Hydrogen Loss of FeCu powder: less than 0.65%
Apparent Density of FeCu powder: 0.6-0.8g/cm3
Tap Densisty of FeCu powder: 0.9-1.1g.cm3
Particle size of FeCu powder: D50=10.0-18.3
Features of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
Preparation Large surface area, high activity, low sintering temperature, high density, high hardness sintered (maximum 102HRB) good sintering stability, bending strength up to 1534 Mpa, good flowability.
How is Pre-alloyed Iron Copper FeCu Powder produced?
When the content of copper powder is 7.44 % by mass and the sintering temperature is higher than the melting point of copper, the compaction expands the maximum. When (Fe-3.44 mass %Cu) pre-alloyed iron powder is mixed with copper powder, the maximum expansion rate of the sample is lower than that of the former when the addition amount of copper powder is 4.00 mass %. However, the compaction made of (Fe-7.18 %Cu) iron alloy powder and copper powder only shrinks when the copper powder is added. The penetration of liquid copper into the interstitial space between solid grains was observed in all sintered billets. The expansion behavior of iron-copper compaction with the same copper powder content changes with the increase of copper content in the initial iron powder.
Applications of Pre-alloyed Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
Copper-iron intermediate alloy is a grain refinement agent for brass alloys and aluminum bronze. It can also be used to improve the mechanical properties of low alloy copper and corrosion resistance of copper-nickel alloys.
In FeCu alloy systems, the actual procedures for the obvious mutual diffusion between these two basic elements are very limited. This work focuses on high-energy ball milling techniques to produce FeCu materials and, in some cases, simultaneously deposit them on thin substrates to suit different applications. This deposition occurs within the same crucible range and is used to produce alloys except without the use of grinding balls. Milling time and speed are two parameters that control the thickness and microstructure of the deposition layer. This two-step process generally allows for many practical applications to improve the mechanical, optical, and thermal properties of the target material by mechanical modification of its surface.
Storage Condition of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
The damp reunion will affect FeCu powder dispersion performance and using effects, therefore, Iron Copper FeCu Powder should be sealed in vacuum packing and stored in cool and dry room, Iron Copper FeCu Powder can not be exposure to air. In addition, the FeCu powder should be avoided under stress.
Packing & Shipping of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:
We have many different kinds of packing which depends on the Iron Copper FeCu Powder quantity.
Iron Copper FeCu Powder packing:vacuum packing, 100g, 500g or 1kg/bag, 25kg/barrel, or as your request.
Iron Copper FeCu Powder shipping: could be shipped out by sea, by air, by express, as soon as possible once payment receipt.
Iron Copper Alloy Powder Properties
|Other Names||FeCu, CuFe, Fe:Cu, Iron Copper, Fe-Cu Powder|
|Appearance||Gray to Black Powder|
|Solubility in H2O||N/A|
|Monoisotopic Mass||118.865 g/mol|
Iron Copper Alloy Powder Health & Safety Information