Home Products High Performance Alloys Spring and Connector Alloys High Conductivity Alloys HIGH CONDUCTIVITY ALLOYS FOR ELECTRONIC SPRINGS & CONNECTORS When conductivity is the most important requirement for your electronic spring or connector application, choose from a range of highly engineered alloys designed to maximize reliability and service life. The following high-conductivity alloys are optimized for power transmission applications. Brush® 60 alloy – Strip with the best formability and strength combination. Outstanding resistance to stress relaxation. Alloy 174 – Strip, rod and wire alloy with high yield and fatigue strength and good resistance to stress relaxation. Works well at higher temperatures. Alloy 3 – Rod and wire with a good combination of strength and resistance to stress relaxation. Brush 1915® material – Cold headable rod that performs well at elevated temperatures and resists corrosion. High tensile and yield strength with good resistance to stress relaxation. Brush® 1916 material – Screw machinable rod with good performance at elevated temperatures. High tensile and yield strength with good corrosion resistance. Alloy 390® material – Strip with high fatigue strength and stress relaxation resistance at elevated temperatures. The highest strength in this class of materials. Alloy 390E – Strip with high strength and good formability. CUSTOMIZED HIGH CONDUCTIVITY ALLOY SOLUTIONS Our connector materials, including copper beryllium alloys are a more reliability way for vehicles to be connected, they offer designers the ability to handle miniaturization, greater power, better reliability and can lead to overall cost savings. Learn more... We can help you select the best alloy for your application or provide unique alloy solutions metallurgically tailored to meet specific high conductivity requirements. Talk with a Materion engineer for more information. DOWNLOAD THE NEWLY UPDATED GUIDE TO HIGH PERFORMANCE ALLOYS This guide has been updated with additional information about new ToughMet® alloy tempers, the expanded size range of ToughMet TS alloys, along with new galling, wear and temperature dependent property data and improved micrographs. To learn more about our alloys, download the updated comprehensive, 84-page Guide to High Performance Alloys. The guide provides important details about the physical and mechanical properties of our standard alloys, application and engineering data as well as processing and fabrication recommendations.