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Challenges Facing Beryllium Copper Alloy Applications in 2024

Challenges Facing Beryllium Copper Alloy Applications in 2024 Beryllium coppers are remarkable alloys known for their unique combination of strength, conductivity, and corrosion resistance. However, s (...)

C17500 and C17510 Copper Alloys

Copper alloys C17500 and C17510, also known as Beryllium Copper alloys, both have very good mechanical strength and moderate conductivity that are used in a variety of Class 3 applications. The primar (...)

Rolled vs Forged Copper Alloy Plates for C18000, C18150, C18200

Copper Alloy Plates are typically produced by passing cast copper alloy billets between large steel rollers, aka, rolling mill(s) until the required thickness is attained. This process can be performe (...)

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American Welding Society Update:Specification for Materials Used in Resistance Welding Electrodes and Tooling American Welding Society (AWS) has recently updated the Specifications for Materials (...)

C18200 VS C18150

What is the Difference between Class 2 Electrode Materials C18200 and C18150 (CuCr and CuCrZr)? Short Answer:·      Properties (mechanical, physical and electrical) (...)


Cadi Company is pleased to announce its continued membership with the American Welding Society (AWS) and the Resistance Welding Manufacturing Alliance (RWMA). For over 100 years, the society and allia (...)

Resistance Welds

Did you know the typical automobile has around 4,000 resistance welds holding it together? Auto manufacturers long ago recognized the importance of the process and the quality of materials (copper all (...)

Antimicrobial Copper Alloys

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced in February 2021 that copper alloys with at least 95.6% copper can be sold and distributed with claims that the copper alloys can disable virus (...)