Oxygen-free Copper (OF), UNS C10200, M30 temper, shapes
Subcategory: Copper Alloy; Nonferrous Metal; Wrought Copper
Close Analogs: UNS C10200 - ASTM B124,B133, B187; C103 (UK); CDA 102 OF; CEN CW009A; Cu/cl NF A53301 (France); ISO Cu-OF R1337;JIS C1020 (Japan); QQ-C-502
Key Words: ASTM B124, B133, B187, Cu/cl NF A53301 (France), BS C110, ISO Cu-OF R1337, CEN CW009A, oxygen free high conductivity copper (OFHC), QQ-C-502, CDA 102 OF
Copper content in composition table includes silver (minimum 99.95% Cu+Ag). Test specimen: shape, 13 mm section.
Applications: busbars, bus conductors, waveguides, hollow conductors, lead-in wires and anodes for vacuum tubes, vacuum seals, transistor components, glass-to-metal seals, coaxial cables, klystrons, microwave tubes, and rectifiers.
Processing: Excellent hot and cold workability; good forgeability. Fabricated by bending, coining, coppersmithing, drawing and upsetting, hot forging and pressing, knurling, roll threading, shearing, spinning, swaging, and stamping.
Corrosion Resistance: Good to excellent. Susceptible to galvanic corrosion when coupled with iron, aluminum, magnesium, lead, tin, and zinc. Good resistance to atmospheric, brackish water, sea water, and non-oxidizing acid corrosion, but avoid heating in oxidizing atmospheres or exposing to oxidizing acids, moist halogens, sulfides, ammonia, or solutions with ammonium ions.
- Hardness, Rockwell F
- Tensile Strength, Ultimate
- Tensile Strength, Yield
- Elongation at Break
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- Poissons Ratio
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- Shear Strength
- Electrical Resistivity
- CTE, linear 20°C
- CTE, linear 100°C
- CTE, linear 250°C
- Specific Heat Capacity
- Thermal Conductivity
- Melting Point
- Annealing Temperature
- Hot-Working Temperature
- Recrystallization Temperature
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