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Copper Nickel 90/10 Nuts

Copper Nickel 90/10 Nuts are one of the most valuable and reliable materials in engineering today. However, only a few people realize that this material is made up of a combination of metals containing its chemical B16. This chemical is composed of 4.5% Si, 0.3% Fe, 0.3% Mn, 0.25% P, and balance Ni-Cu, which produces a combination of metals with high levels of corrosion resistance to seawater components, atmospheric conditions and other chemicals. As well as being extremely durable and soft for machining work, 90/10 Copper Nickel nuts are also resistant to pitting and crevice corrosion, making them ideal for a wide range of demanding applications, from valves in desalination plants to nuclear power stations.

Copper Nickel 90/10 nuts offer multiple uses and properties that make them famous for various applications. They are resistant to corrosion from salt water and sprayed water, making them ideal for coastal or industrial environments. These nuts are also solid and pliable, making them suitable for various mechanical designs where you need something to structure and tighten materials securely. In addition, their resistance to wear makes copper nickel UNS C70600 nuts an excellent choice for pump shafts, sleeve bearings and bushings, and steam power plant condensers. Their somewhat malleable structure also allows Copper Nickel Nuts 90/10 fasteners to be formed into tight seals with very little torque applied when tightening down.

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Copper Nickel 90/10 nuts offer superior corrosion resistance in seawater and other saltwater environments, excellent formability and weldability, and good strength properties. They also have a high resistance to biofouling, making them suitable for marine applications.

The tensile strength of copper nickel 90/10 nuts is typically up to 80 ksi (552 MPa) at room temperature. With increasing temperatures, their strength decreases slightly until 140°F (60°C). Beyond that point, their mechanical characteristics remain unaffected until melting occurs at 1950°F (1065°C).

Copper nickel 90/10 nuts are used in various marine applications due to their excellent corrosion resistance including hydromechanical components such as stern tubes, rudder posts and propellers. They are also widely used in the oilfield industry for rigging components due to their superior strength properties and durability under harsh conditions.

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