CW118C (CuTeP – 2.1546)

Stand: September 2018 - Quelle: DIN EN 1652/13148/13599/14436/13600/13601/1977/13602/13605

1. Chemical composition of CW118C

according to DIN EN 13388 (in % of mass)

CuPTeCommentOther elements
Rest0,003-0,4-0,10
0,0120,7

2. Mechanical properties of CW118C

according to DIN EN 1652 sheets/plates, 12163/12164/12167 rods/profiles, 12166 wires (common condition)

ConditionNominal thicknessTensile strengthYield strengthUltimate elongationRigor
in mmRm in MPaRp0,2 in MPain % (min.)HB
overup tpminmaxminmaxA50A100A
Mallas manufactured – without specification of mechanical values
R250/H080*max.802501803780-110
R300/H095*max.203002402595-130
R360/H120*max.10360300min. 120
Physical propertiesGeneral properties
(Guide values for 20° C)
Density of g/cm38,94Resistance to:
Solidification range ° C953-1080– organic materialsn.a
Electrical conductivity m/Ω · mm250– neutral / alkaline compoundsk.A.
Thermal conductivity W/(mK)355Formability
Therm. linear expansion-– Warm1
coeffizient 10-6/K17,1– Cold2
Modulus of elasticity N/mm2115.000
Connection worksSurface treatment
– Gas-shielded welding2Mechanical polishing2
– Gaas welding2Electrolytic polishing2
– Resistance welding (blunt)1Electroplating2
– Hard soldering2
– Softsoldering2
Machinability
Generally1

3. Main application / Special features of CW118C:

CW118C is used in particular in electronics and electrical engineering, e.g. for contacts, but also for welding torch nozzles, screws, nuts, parts for screw connections and valve parts. CUTeP is a suitable material if good machinability is required in addition to high electrical conductivity and increased softening temperature.
* The maximum available nominal size of each condition depends on the required shape.

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