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Copper-iron can be refined by adding a little bit of rare earth. Both copper and iron have a melting temperature around 1200 degrees. They are perfectly compatible. About pre-alloyed iron copper FeCu powder: A lot of the applications for metals are made from combinations of many different kinds of material. The reason for this is simple. Many pure metals possess the properties needed in certain types of applications. Like copper, it is resistant to saltwater corrosion. Copper is also very thermally and electrically conductive because it’s used to make cables and electronics. Magnetic fluctuations, softness and ductility are some of the characteristics that other copper can exhibit. But, pure metals can be susceptible to disappearance and could cause the loss of application. The copper case is more vulnerable to this metal. It is possible to improve the strength of this metal by using hardening techniques, but another technique can make it easier to add more metals like iron. Copper has ductility, and iron is also ductile. Iron is also very conductive and has high tensile strength, as it can be stretched or fractured. Iron can be corrosion-prone because of its oxidization in water and oxygen. Sometimes adding iron to the copper alloy will have a positive result. One advantage to adding iron to the copper alloy is its ability to increase tensile and resistance to corrosion. FeCu powder, iron and copper alloy powder FeCu powder is hard: 102HRB FeCu powder’s tensile strength: 1534Mpa FeCu powder TDS Theoretical density of hydrogen is 7.97g/cm3. Hydrogen loss from FeCu powder: Less than 0.65% The apparent density of FeCu powder is 0.6 to 0.8g/cm3. FeCu powder Tap density: 0.9-1.1 g.cm3 D50=10.0-18.3 Particle Size of FeCu Powder Iron Copper FeCu Powder’s Features Preparation High surface area, high activity (maximum of 102HRB), high density, high hardness, and high sintering temp. Good sintering stability. Excellent flowability. Bend strength up to 1534 Mpa. How Is Copper FeCu Pulch Created? Fe-Cu pre-alloyed Powders were produced by water atomization, using high purity copper and pure iron as primary raw materials. Excellent batch stability, high formability, stable and concentrated particle size distributions, low oxygen, and small fluctuation. The products are designed to be applied in the right proportions according to their deployment needs. HTML3_ HTML3_ HTML3_ HTML4_ HTML5_ HTML6_ HTML5_ HTML5_ HTML3_ Iron Copper FeCu Powder can be used to make various diamond tools. It replaces the powdered elemental metal, and increases the product stability. Iron Copper FeCu Pulp Storage: FeCu powder’s dispersion and usage performance will be affected by dampness. Iron Copper FeCu Powder needs to be kept dry and sealed in vacuum bags. FeCu powder should not be exposed to stress. Shipping and Packing of Iron Copper FeCu powder: There are many options for packing depending on the Iron Copper FeCu Powder amount. Packaging of iron copper FeCu powder, vacuum packed, 100g to 500g or 1kg/bag at 25kg/barrel. Or as you request. Iron Copper FeCu powder shipping: can be sent by sea or air as soon as payment receipt is received.

Iron Copper Alloy Powder Properties

FeCu, CuFe, Fe:Cu, Iron Copper, Fe-Cu Powder N/A FeCu Molecular Weight N/A Appearance Black Powder Melting Point N/A Heating Point N/A Density 8.9 g/cm3 Solubility of H2O N/A Monoisotopic Weight 118.865 g/mol

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