Copper Nickel Alloys
A small combination of iron and manganese gives copper nickel alloys their enhanced strength. These metals can withstand moderately high and low temperatures and maintain malleability in welding applications. The alloy’s iron components allow it to resist erosion, which is key for copper nickel’s most common applications. You often find them in seawater piping, underwater mechanisms, and offshore platforms. Evidence also shows that these alloys prevent microorganisms and algae from accumulating on the surface.
If you are part of the marine or naval industries, Diversified Metals’ copper nickel alloys may be the perfect choice for your metalworking needs. Learn more about this durable metal and let us know if you have any questions.