High-Temperature Alloy
May 2006
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A high-temperature (HT) alloy from the company is said to be a cost effective alternative to nickel-plated steel and beryllium alloys for applications in the appliance, medical and telecommunications industries. The HT alloy features extremely high-resistance to stress relaxation up to 200°C and can be used for manufacturing a full range of standard and custom electrical terminals. Providing good formability, including sharp bending, the alloy is said to exhibit outstanding electrical conductivity (80 percent IACS) and up to 550 MPa (80 ksi) yield strength. ETCO Incorporated


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