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MµMetal / MuMetal / µMetal / HyMu80 / Nickel Iron Molybdenum / Permalloy 80 / Super Muniperm / FeNi80Mo5 / Super MuMetal / SofMag80 /  Supermalloy /  Aperam / Permimphy / Permalloy C /  EFI Alloy 79 / Magnifer 7904 / Hipernom / Moly-Permalloy / Amumetal   International standards: ASTM A 753, DIN 17405, IEC 404, JIS C 2531 Chemical Composition: Nickel 80%, Molybdenum 5%, Iron Balance, Some impurities   Physical Properties Metric English Density  8.74 g/cc 0.316 lb/in³   Mechanical Properties Metric English Hardness, Brinell  105 - 290 105 - 290 Tensile Strength at Break  530 - 900 MPa 76900 - 131000 psi Tensile Modulus  190 - 221 GPa 27600 - 32100 ksi Izod Impact, Unnotched  0.420 - 1.00 J/cm 0.787 - 1.87 ft-lb/in   Electrical Properties Metric English Electrical Resistivity  0.0000550 - 0.0000620 ohm-cm 0.0000550 - 0.0000620 ohm-cm Magnetic Permeability  min 60000 min 60000   max 240000 max 240000 Magnetic Coercive Force, Hc  0.0126 Oe 0.0126 Oe Magnetic Remanence, Br  3700 Gauss 3700 Gauss Curie Temperature  380 °C 716 °F   Thermal Properties Metric English CTE, linear  13.0 µm/m-°C 7.22 µin/in-°F Thermal Conductivity  30.0 - 35.0 W/m-K 208 - 243 BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F   Component Elements Properties Metric English Iron, Fe  14 % 14 % Molybdenum, Mo  4-6 % 4-6 % Nickel, Ni  79-81 % 79-81 %   Descriptive Properties Saturation Induction (T) 0.77                 Mu-metal is a nickel–iron soft magnetic alloy with very high permeability, which is used for shielding sensitive electronic equipment against static or low-frequency magnetic fields.   Mu-metal typically has relative permeability values of 80,000–100,000 compared to several thousand for ordinary steel. It is a "soft" magnetic material; it has low magnetic anisotropy and magnetostriction, giving it a low coercivity so that it saturates at low magnetic fields. This gives it low hysteresis losses when used in AC magnetic circuits. mu-metal has more advantage as it is more ductile and workable, allowing it to be easily formed into the thin sheets needed for magnetic shields.   Mu-metal objects require heat treatment after they are in final form—annealing in a magnetic field in hydrogen atmosphere, which increases the magnetic permeability about 40 times. The annealing alters the material's crystal structure, aligning the grains and removing some impurities, especially carbon, which obstruct the free motion of the magnetic domain boundaries. Bending or mechanical shock after annealing may disrupt the material's grain alignment, leading to a drop in the permeability of the affected areas, which can be restored by repeating the hydrogen annealing step.   Magnetic shielding The high permeability of mu-metal provides a low reluctance path for magnetic flux, leading to its use in magnetic shields against static or slowly varying magnetic fields. Magnetic shielding made with high-permeability alloys like mu-metal works not by blocking magnetic fields but by providing a path for the magnetic field lines around the shielded area. Thus, the best shape for shields is a closed container surrounding the shielded space. The effectiveness of mu-metal shielding decreases with the alloy's permeability, which drops off at both low field strengths and, due to saturation, at high field strengths. Thus, mu-metal shields are often made of several enclosures one inside the other, each of which successively reduces the field inside it. Because mu-metal saturates at such low fields, sometimes the outer layer in such multilayer shields is made of ordinary steel. Its higher saturation value allows it to handle stronger magnetic fields, reducing them to a lower level that can be shielded effectively by the inner mu-metal layers.   Popular Shielding Applications of MuMetal ·        Shielding of RF magnetic fields ·        cryogenic Shields ·        Shielding from natural Earth Magnets ·        cathode ray tubes (CRTs) used in oscilloscopes ·        sensitive electronic equipment against magnetic field ·        AC magnetic circuits ·        shield against electric field ·        Mobile Networks & Antennas Rays ·        Shielding of SQUID – Superconducting Quantum Interference Device - ·        telegraph cables ·        Electric power transformers, which are built with mu-metal shells to prevent them from affecting nearby circuitry. high quality but low noise audio frequency transformers. ·        Hard disks, which have mu-metal backings to the magnets found in the drive to keep the magnetic field away from the disk ·        Cathode-ray tubes used in analogue oscilloscopes, which have mu-metal shields to prevent stray magnetic fields from deflecting the electron beam ·        Magnetic phonograph cartridges, which have a mu-metal case to reduce interference when LPs are played back ·        Magnetic resonance imaging equipment ·        The magnetometers used in magnetoencephalography and magnetocardiography ·        Photomultiplier tubes ·        Vacuum chambers for experiments with low-energy electrons, for example, photoelectron spectroscopy. ·        Superconducting circuits and especially Josephson junction circuits ·        Fluxgate magnetometers and compasses as part of the sensor ·        ground fault interrupter cores ·        anti-shoplifting devices ·        tape recorder head laminations ·        magnetometer bobbin cores   Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)   What is a magnetic field? We are surrounded by magnetic fields (both AC and DC) from the earth’s magnetic field to man-made sources such as magnets, motors and transformers. When a piece of sensitive equipment is being affected by these fields we need to produce a shield. Examples that are affected are cathode ray tubes, photomultiplier tubes, audio transformers, scanning electron microscopes, position sensors.   How does a magnetic shield work?  There is no known material that can block magnetic fields without itself being attracted to the magnetic force. A magnetic shield acts as a kind of sponge redirecting the magnetic field around the shield instead of passing through the sensitive instrument which is being shielded. To be a good magnetic shielding material it must have a high permeability which means that the magnetic field lines are strongly attracted to the shielding material.   The most common shielding alloys are chosen based on the intensity of the magnetic field. If the magnetic field is too high for the material chosen it will saturate and become ineffective. In this case you can use a multi layer shield with a combination of the different alloys. Alloys should also have a very low remanence to prevent them becoming permanently magnetised.   What is the best shape for a shield? The most efficient shape is spherical but this is very difficult to produce and largely impractical in most shielding applications. The next best is a cylinder with closed ends. These end caps significantly increase the shielding attenuation. This is followed by a box shape but the corners need to have a large bend radius to minimise flux leakage. If possible do not use a flat sheet .   What is the difference between RF and Magnetic Shielding? Radio Frequency shielding is required to stop high frequency fields (> 100 kHz) and copper, aluminium, metallised plastics are normally used because they are conductive and have very little permeability. Magnetic shielding is typically found in the 30 – 300 Hz AC range.   What is the difference between DC and AC? DC is direct current that flows in one direction only such as the fields emitted from the Earth or produced by magnets and some motors. AC is alternating current that reverses its direction over a short period and these fields are generated by typical 50-60 Hz electric power equipment.  Magnetic shielding is effective for both of these types.   What is magnetic permeability? It is a materials ability to absorb magnetic flux. It is a ratio of flux density to field strength. The higher the permeability the better the magnetic shield attenuation performance.   What is field attenuation? This is also known as the shielding factor (S) and is a ratio of the magnetic field strength outside of the magnetic shield (Ha) and the resultant field on the inside of the shield ie Ha/Hi (no units) or S = 20 x log(Ha/Hi) (Db). There are various formula based on the permeability of the material, the shape and size of the shield and the material thickness.  In most cases these formulae are only approximate and are for DC fields only.   For a closed shielding can :                                    S = 4/3 X (Mu x d/D)  where Mu : The permeability(relative)           d  :  material thickness                          D :  Shielding Diameter   For a long hollow cylinder in a magnetic transverse field :                                   S = Mu x d/D      For a cubic shielding box : S = 4/5 X (Mu x d/a)        a : box side length.   In the case of multiple layer shields with air gaps provided by insulating spacers  the shielding factors of the individual shields are multiplied  together resulting in excellent shielding factors.   For a double layer shield : S= S1 x ((S2 x (2 x change in diameter  /diameter) )   Why are both, FeNi48 and MuMetal used together? It is has got a very high level of permeability but a relatively low level of saturation whereas , FeNi48 has a lower level of permeability but a level of higher saturation. FeNi48 is used closest to the very strong field to protect the material according to Mumetal from saturation.    Why is a final heat treatment required for Mµ-Metal, FeNi48 and pure iron? After plastic deformation a high temperature  heat treatment is required to rearrange the crystal structure as well as allowing the grains to grow. Without this final heat treatment the magnetic properties and the shielding attenuation will be much reduced.   Do cryogenic temperatures affect the performance of MuMetal? MuMetal is affected by cryogenic temperatures. The saturation induction remains the same but the permeability decreases. At cryogenic temperatures we need to use a special cryogenic MuMetall, which we also supply.   Can you use magnetic shielding materials at high vacuum? MuMetal is similar to stainless steel so out gassing is minimal.   Can a shield be re heat treated? Yes it can be if it has received knocks or if there are concerns about the shields shielding ability.   Do you carry stocks of shielding alloys? Yes. We carry and sell a large range of stock including sheets and coil from 0.1mm to 5mm in thickness in MuMetal quality.   Can you weld material  µ-Metal? Yes without a problem but it must be fully heat treated after welding.   What is the Minimum Order Quantity required to buy? If we have material in stock, there is no MOQ. We can give minimum of 300 mm / 1 feet too. But if we do not have stock, it will depend on the size and quantity.   With Best Regards, Kairav Pankaj Domadia
USD 20.0 - 50.0/pcs
      Beryllium copper, also known as copper beryllium, BeCu or beryllium bronze, is a metal alloy of copper and 0.5 to 3% beryllium, and sometimes with other alloying elements. There are a few alloys of Beryllium Copper but the most commonly used is “ALLOY 25” which available with us in ready stock.     ALLOY 25 Alloy 25 is also known as “CuBe2, C17200, BeCu, CDA 172, CB101, ISO CuBe2, CEN CW101C, A4/2, beryllium bronze”. This alloy which contains approximatively 2% of beryllium and achieves the highest mechanical strength and hardness after heat treatment of all copper beryllium alloys. In soft or slightly re-rolled condition, it exhibits excellent bending behaviour. It distinguishes itself by high fatigue strength, outstanding relaxation resistance at elevated temperatures and a unique combination of high strength and excellent electrical conductivity.   Similarly, we also have CuCrZr [C18150], CuNiBe / CuNi2Be [C17510], CuCo2Be [C17500], etc   PROPERTIES High Conductivity Elevated Temperature Strength Reflectivity Dimensional Stability Highly Machinable High Tensile Upto 300 Ksi. Non Sparkling Non Magnetic Galling / Water Resistance Strength And Toughness In Cryogenic Conditions Combination Of High Electrical And Thermal Conductivity, High Strength And Hardness Non-Magnetic Good Corrosion Resistance And Fatigue Resistance High Melting Point Excellent Metalworking, Forming And Machining Qualities Ductile, Weldable, And Machinable Alloy Resistant To Non-Oxidizing Acids (Eg: Hydrochloric Acid, Carbonic Acid) Fast Heating Fast Cooling Anti Galling Nozzles for Injection Machine APPLICATIONS Plastic Injection and Moulding Inserts Metal Die Casting Plunger Tips Spot Welding & Resistant Welding Electrodes Lightweight Structural Components In The Defense And Aerospace Industries In High-Speed Aircraft, Missiles, Space Vehicles And Communication Satellites. Springs & Spring Wires Load Cells Non-Sparking Tools in explosive potential environments Electrical Contacts In Switches & Connectors Structural Support For Printed Circuit Boards Microwave Tools For Hazardous Environments, Musical Instruments, Precision Measurement Devices, Bullets, And Aerospace Low-Current Contacts For Batteries Relays Bearings for Low Wear & Tear Watch Parts Such As Wheels, Watch Hands, Balances, Levers, etc Weighing Scale Balances Electro Magnetic (Emi) Shielding Golf Clubs On Wedges And Putters Electrical Engineering Automotive Connections Aerospace Systems Core Pins Pressure Housing For Precision Magnetometers And Instruments Retractable Antennas Telecommunication Cables Miniature Machine Electronic Sockets CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS   Element Beryllium Nickel Co + Ni Co+Ni+ Fe Co Copper Grade Be Ni Cu BeCu C17200 1.80~ 2.20   0.20 0.60   Bal CuCo2Be C17500 0.40~0.70       2.40~2.70 Bal CuNi2Be C17510 0.20~0.60 1.40~2.20       Bal CuCo1NiBe CuCo1Ni1Be 0.40~0.70 0.80~1.30     0.80~1.30 Bal Also Available CuCrZr [C18150] – Cr 0.5~1.5, Zr 0.05~0.25, Cu Bal. Mechanical and Electrical PropertiesBeryllium Copper Rod, Bar and Tube    Alloy Temper(*) HeatTreatment Outside Diameteror DistanceBetween ParallelSurfacesinch TensileStrengthksi YieldStrength0.2% offsetksi Elongation% HardnessRockwellB or CScale ElectricalConductivity% IACS C17200 andC17300 A (TB00)   all sizes 60-85 20-35 20-60 B45-85 15-19 H (TD04)   up to 3/8 90-130 75-105 8-30 B88-103 15-19   over 3/8 to 1 90-125 75-105 8-30 B88-102 15-19   over 1 to 3 85-120 75-105 8-20 B88-101 15-19 AT (TF00) 3 hr600°F-625°F up to 3 165-200 145-175 4-10 C36-42 22-28 over 3 165-200 130-175 3-10 C36-42 22-28 HT (TH04)   up to 3/8 185-225 160-200 2-9 C39-45 22-28 2-3 hr600°F-625°F over 3/8 to 1 180-220 155-195 2-9 C38-44 22-28   over 1 to 3 175-215 145-190 4-9 C37-44 22-28 C17000 A (TB00)   all sizes 60-85 20-35 20-60 B45-85 15-19 H (TD04)   up to 3/8 90-130 75-105 8-30 B92-103 15-19   over 3/8 to 1 90-125 75-105 8-30 B91-102 15-19   over 1 to 3 85-120 75-105 8-20 B88-101 15-19 AT (TF00) 3 hr600°F-625°F up to 3 150-190 125-155 4-10 C32-39 22-28 over 3 150-190 125-155 3-10 C32-39 22-28 HT (TH04) 2-3 hr600°F-625°F up to 3/8 170-210 145-185 2-5 C35-41 22-28 over 3/8 to 1 170-210 145-185 2-5 C35-41 22-28 over 1 to 3 165-200 135-175 4-9 C34-39 22-28 C17510 A (TB00)   all sizes 35-55 10-30 20-35 B20-50 20-30 H (TD04)   up to 3 65-80 50-75 10-15 B60-80 20-30 AT (TF00) 3 hr900°F all sizes 100-130 80-100 10-25 B92-100 45-60 HT (TH04) 2 hr900°F up to 3 110-140 95-125 5-25 B95-102 48-60 *ASTM alphanumeric code for product tempers.   Mechanical and Electrical Properties for Beryllium Copper Strips & Foils Alloy Temper HeatTreatment TensileStrengthkg/mm2 YieldStrength0.2 % offsetkg/mm2 Elongation% FatigueStrengthkg/mm2, R= -1(108 cycles) Hardness ElectricalConductivity% IACS DiamondPyramid RockwellB or C RockwellSuperficial  C17200       A Dead Soft (TB00) --- 42 - 53 19 - 26 35-65 21 - 25 90-144 B45-78 30T46-67 15-19 A Planished (TB00) --- 42 - 55 21 - 39 35-60 21 - 25 90-144 B45-78 30T46-67 15-19 1/4 H (TD01) --- 52 - 62 42 - 57 20-45 22 - 25 121-185 B68-90 30T62-75 15-19 1/2 H (TD02) --- 59 - 71 52 - 67 12-30 22 - 27 176-216 B88-96 30T74-79 15-19 H (TD04) --- 70 - 85 63 - 81 2-18 25 - 27 216-287 B96-102 30T79-83 15-19 AT (TF00) 3 hr. at 315 °C 116 - 138 98 - 124 3-15 28 - 32 353-413 C36-42 30N56-62 22-28 1/4 HT (TH01) 2 hr. at 315 °C 123 - 145 105 - 131 3-10 28 - 32 353-424 C36-43 30N56-63 22-28 1/2 HT (TH02) 2 hr. at 315 °C 130 - 152 112 - 138 1-8 30 - 33 373-435 C38-44 30N58-63 22-28 HT (TH04) 2 hr. at 315 °C 133 - 155 116 - 145 1-6 32 - 35 373-446 C38-45 30N58-65 22-28  C17200 AM (TM00) Mill Hardened 70 - 78 49 - 67 16-30 28 - 32 210-251 B95-C23 30N37-44 17-28 1/4 HM (TM01) Mill Hardened 77 - 85 56 - 78 15-25 29 - 33 230-271 C20-26 30N41-47 17-28 1/2 HM (TM02) Mill Hardened 84 - 95 66 - 88 12-22 30 - 34 250-301 C23-30 30N44-51 17-28 HM (TM04) Mill Hardened 94 - 106 77 - 95 9-20 32 - 37 285-343 C28-35 30N48-55 17-28 SHM (TM05) Mill Hardened 105 - 113 87 - 99 9-18 33 - 39 309-363 C31-37 30N52-56 17-28 XHM (TM06) Mill Hardened 108 - 124 94 - 120 4-15 35 - 40 317-378 C32-38 30N52-58 17-28 XHMS (TM08) Mill Hardened 123 - 134 105 - 127 3-12 35 - 42 325-413 C33-42 30N53-62 17-28  C17200   TM00 Mill Hardened 70 min 52 - 67 19-35 28 - 32 225-309 B98-C31 30T81-30N52 17-26 TM02 Mill Hardened 84 min 66 - 81 14-30 30 - 34 255-339 C25-34 30N46-54 17-26 TM04 Mill Hardened 98 min 80 - 95 9-25 31 - 35 285-369 C28-38 30N48-58 17-26 TM06 Mill Hardened 109 min 94 - 109 6-13 33 - 40 317-393 C32-40 30N52-60 17-26 TM08 Mill Hardened 123 min 108 - 124 3-15 35 - 42 345-429 C35-43 30N55-62 17-26 C17460 3/4 HT (TH03) Mill Hardened 80 - 95 66 - 81 11min 32 - 33       50min HT (TH04) Mill Hardened 84 - 99 73 - 88 10min 29 - 32       50min C17410 1/2 HT (TH02) Mill Hardened 66 - 81 56 - 70 10-20 28 - 32 180-230 B89-98 30T75-82 50 min HT (TH04) Mill Hardened 77 - 92 70 - 84 7-17 28 - 32 210-278 B95-102 30T79-30N48 45-60 C17510 AT (TF00) Mill Hardened 70 - 92 56 - 71 10-25 27 - 31 195-275 B92-100 30T77-82 45-60 HT (TH04) Mill Hardened 77 - 95 66 - 85 8-20 30 - 33 216-287 B95-102 30T79-83 48-60 PRODUCT STOCK RANGE   FOILS 0.005 to 0.045 mm can be produced against your requirements. Some thicknesses are available in ready stock.   SHEETS or STRIPS IN COILS Thickness (mm) Width (mm) Length (mm) Stock Position 0.05 to 0.90 mm 4 to 300 mm Coil Ready Stock 1.0 to 10.00 200 mm 1000 mm Ready Stock   RODS or ROUNDS Dia (mm) Length (mm) Stock Position 1 to 50 1 meter or more Ready Stock 50 to 600 As Required Ready Stock   WIRES or ROUND WIRES Dia (mm) Length & Packing Stock Position 0.10 to 2.00 Spools & Coils Ready Stock   BLOCKS or SLABS From Ready Stock, we offer Cut-To-Size pieces as per your dimensions and requirements.     MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY (MOQ) We have no MOQ for the stock available with us. We request MOQ only when we it is not a regular size, grade, etc. Your Order is never too small for us.   BERYLLIUM  MASTER  INGOTS   We can offer various ULTRA PURE VACUUM SMELTED beryllium alloys as follows: Beryllium Copper: CuBe2, CuBe4, CuBe10 Beryllium Nickel: NiBe6, NiBe14 Beryllium Aluminium: AlBe2.5, AlBe5 Beryllium Magnesium: MgBe2, MgBe3, MgBe4   OTHER  BERYLLIUM  ALLOYS   We can also offer products of other kinds of Beryllium Alloys like Cobalt-Copper-Beryllium Beryllium Nickel Aluminium Beryllium Beryllium Magnesium many more…  DALI ELECTRONICS  ·  VIJAY COMMERCIAL HOUSE 8/a, Haroon Building, 190 Shamaldas Gandhi Marg, Mumbai 400002, Mh, India. Mobile: +91-9820299360 / 9821236275 · Ph: +91-22-22017128, 22038204 Fax: +91-22-22016629  ·  E-mail: Website:        
USD 750.0 - 1000.0/pcs
You have a unique opportunity to find a Client in India who buys the same product as yours, find out at what prices he buys, what volumes, with what frequency and with what camp. All that separates you from a deal with an Indian buyer is the lack of a company name. Whatever you want to export or import, we can help you - contact us and you will have real customers. You need one TNVED code of the goods with the name in English that interests you. Under this code, we will provide you with the latest customs data on import / export for the last year. The table will show all the imports / exports registered at all customs points of India (sea and air). Inputs in this table can be from 500 to 30,000 depending on the demand for goods. Data is paid - for 1 code TNVED 1000 $ US, in cases of variations of codes 750 $ US for each. (full prepayment) You will receive a full bird's-eye view of the total volume of imports and their import rates or value, as well as who are the importers / exporters of your products. You can start negotiating with these importers. You can also use our services of your representative in India to accompany and conduct transactions. Email: Website: Nargiz Nyyazmammedova +917506986788

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