ELECTRONIC SPRING & CONNECTOR ALLOYS FOR ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
When performance at elevated temperatures is the top requirement for your electronic spring or connector application, choose from a range of highly engineered alloys designed for reliability at higher temperatures.
The following high performance electronic spring and connector alloys are optimized for use in harsh environments.
- Alloy 360– High-strength nickel-based strip with excellent formability and outstanding resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion.
- BrushForm®158 alloy – High-strength strip with optimal formability and good resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion.
- ToughMet® 3 alloy – High-strength rod and wire that withstands elevated temperatures. Good resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion.
- BrushForm® 96 alloy – High-strength strip with good formability.
- Brush® 60 alloy– Alloy strip with the best formability and strength combination. Outstanding resistance to stress relaxation.
- Alloy 17410 – High strength, high conductivity strip with good formability and stress relaxation resistance.
- Alloy 3 – High conductivity strip, rod and wire with good strength.
VIEW A BRIEF VIDEO ABOUT TENSILE STRENGTH
TThe demands for materials that can meet higher performance requirements for burn-in and test socket (BiTS) applications continue to grow. Watch this video to learn more about determining tensile strength and the alloys that best meet these needs. For additional information, see our High Temperature Electrical Connectors Application Sheet, highlighting our copper alloy attributes as they relate to BiTS.
CUSTOMIZED ALLOY SOLUTIONS FOR ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
Alloy properties determine which material is best for each higher temperature environment. We can help you select the best alloy for your application or provide unique alloy solutions metallurgically tailored to meet specific environmental requirements. Talk with a Materion engineer for more information.