Alloy 360 TD01 (N03360)

Alternative and trade names
Alloy 360
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Description

Materion Performance Alloys’ nickel beryllium strip Alloy 360 (UNS number N03360) combines unique mechanical and physical properties.


Properties of nickel beryllium Alloy 360 strip that a designer can use include ultimate tensile strength approaching 300,000 psi (2000 MPa), yield strength up to 245,000 psi (1690 MPa), excellent formability, stress relaxation less than 5% at 400º F (200°C), and fatigue strength (in reverse bending) of 85,000-90,000 psi (586-655 MPa) at 10 million cycles. It has corrosion resistance surpassing stainless steel. Typically, this alloy is used for mechanical and electrical / electronic components that are subjected to elevated temperatures (up to 700º F / 370°C for short times), and require good spring characteristics at these temperatures.

This material data has been provided by Materion Brush GmbH.

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
Equivalent standards are similar to one or more standards provided by the supplier. Some equivalent standards may be stricter whereas others may be outside the bounds of the original standard.

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Properties

General

PropertyTemperatureValue

Density

23.0 °C

8.27 g/cm³

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Mechanical

PropertyTemperatureValueComment

Bendability 90°, bw

23.0 °C

0 [-]

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Bendability 90°, gw

23.0 °C

0 [-]

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Elastic modulus

23.0 °C

195 - 210 GPa

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Elongation

23.0 °C

15 %

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min., for strip thicker than 0.10 mm

Hardness, Rockwell A

23.0 °C

50 - 65 [-]

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Hardness, Vickers

23.0 °C

153 - 293 [-]

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Tensile strength

23.0 °C

760 - 1030 MPa

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Yield strength Rp0.2

23.0 °C

450 - 860 MPa

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Thermal

PropertyTemperatureValue

Coefficient of thermal expansion

23.0 °C

1.45E-5 1/K

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Melting point

1195 - 1325 °C

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Thermal conductivity

23.0 °C

48 W/(m·K)

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Electrical

PropertyTemperatureValue

Electrical resistivity

23.0 °C

4.31E-7 Ω·m

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Specific Electrical conductivity

4 % IACS

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Chemical properties

PropertyValue

Titanium

0.4 - 0.6 %

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Technological properties

Property
Application areas

Some applications for this alloy are Belleville washers for fire protection sprinkler heads, thermostats, bellows, diaphragms, connectors and burn-in and test sockets electrical /electronic systems.

Plating

Alloy 360 strip when properly cleaned exhibits surface chemistry characteristics similar to other commercial nickel base alloys. Techniques and procedures for plating and joining commercial nickel base alloys can be used on nickel beryllium.

Workability

Excellent - Used for deep-drawn and severely cupped or formed parts; can be bent flat through 180° angle in any direction