EN 12164 Grade CuPb1P M

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CuPb1P, mat. No CW113C, is counted among unhardenable, low alloyed copper alloys. To the comparable make CuPb1P, mat. No 2.1160, acc. to DIN 17666 : 1983-12 applies: A strength increase is achievable only by cold forming. The material shows a very high electrical and thermal conductivity as well as very good machinability and cold formability Application: For turning parts for sanitary installations, welding torch nozzles, screws and nuts. Due to the high electrical conductivity for diode plates as well as for electrical connecting and contact elements.

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20.0 °C

8.9 g/cm³

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Elastic modulus

23.0 °C

110 - 130 GPa

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Elongation A10

20.0 °C

6 %

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Coefficient of thermal expansion

23.0 °C

1.6E-5 - 1.8E-5 1/K

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Melting point

855 - 1090 °C

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Specific heat capacity

23.0 °C

360 - 420 J/(kg·K)

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Chemical properties



0.7 - 1.5 %

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0 - 0.01 %

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