1) High Strength
Beryllium Copper attains a high tensile strength to more than 1350N/mm2 (Mpa) so is not likely to bend even under pressure.
2) High Electrical Conductivity
The electrical conductivity of Beryllium Copper is 20 to 55% IACS, so can be used as a high current density material.
3) High Fatigue Strength
Beryllium Copper is known to have high fatigue strength against repeated motion, is reliable, and has extremely long-life.
4) Elevated Temperature Properties
Beryllium Copper performs excellently at elevated temperatures so can be used in a wide range of temperatures.
5) Good Formability
Using a solution heat treatment, Beryllium Copper is softened to facilitate complex shaping. After shaping, it can achieve the highest strength with an age-hardening process.
6) Corrosion Resistance
Beryllium Copper is highly resistant to corrosion, so shows less corrosion under a variety of environmental conditions.
7) Thermal Conductivity
The thermal conductivity of Beryllium Copper is 120~250W/(m•K), so can be widely used in the fields that require high thermal diffusivity.