Home Products High Performance Alloys Spring and Connector Alloys High Strength Alloys HIGH STRENGTH ALLOYS FOR ELECTRONIC SPRINGS & CONNECTORS When strength 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-strength alloys are optimized for signal connector applications. Alloy 360 – Nickel-based strip with excellent formability and outstanding resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion. The highest strength alloy available in this class. Alloy 25 – Heat-treatable copper alloy strip, rod and wire with excellent formability and good conductivity. Offers the highest strength available in a copper alloy. Alloy M25 – Heat-treatable copper alloy rod that is easy to screw machine. Good conductivity with the highest strength available in a copper alloy. BrushForm 158 – Strip with optimal formability and good resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion. Alloy 190 – High-strength strip that does not require heat treatment. Outstanding shape control and good resistance to stress relaxation. Alloy 290 – High-strength strip that does not require heat treatment. Good formability and stress relaxation resistance. ToughMet 3 – Rod and wire with good resistance to stress relaxation and corrosion. BrushForm 96 – Strip with good strength and formability. CUSTOMIZED HIGH STRENGTH ALLOY SOLUTIONS Alloy properties determine which alloy is best for each high strength application. We can help you select the best alloy for your application or provide unique alloy solutions metallurgically tailored to meet specific strength and performance requirements. Talk with a Materion engineer for more information. LEARN MORE ABOUT HIGH STRENGTH ALLOYS To learn more about our alloys, download our Guide to High Performance Alloys. This comprehensive, 84-page guide includes the physical and mechanical properties of our standard alloys, engineering and application data as well as processing and fabrication recommendations.