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Nexim Alloys is a well known manufacturers, stockists, supplier & exporter of RWMA Alloy. The Alloy consists of features like superior tensile strength, better electrical & thermal conductivity, higher yield strength, better electrical & thermal conductivity, excellent soldering, highly durable & more. The Alloy has its application in industries like hardware, aircraft, marine, industrial applications, condensers plates, welding , soldering etc. The Alloy are made in different size, dimension & thickness and are delivered to customers as per their needs & requirement. When it comes to packaging it has a great significance because we know the challenges faced while import & export of product hence we see through it that the product is delivered in good conditions without any harm to it. The Alloy are made of best quality raw material & do match national & international quality standard and this helps us to have high demand in the market from our customers.
Material CDA #
Ultimate Tensile Strength
0.2% Yield Strength
229 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Zr
212 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Cd
198 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Cr
187 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Cr / Zr
187 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Ni / Si / Cr
125 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Ni / Be
113 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / Be
75 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / AL₂O₃
199 Btu / hr.ft.F
Cu / AL₂O₃
186 Btu / hr.ft.F
RWMA Class 1
ZIRCONIUM-COPPER, suited to welding aluminum & magnesium alloys, coated materials, and brass & bronze.
Class 1: alloy is superior to pure copper as an electrode material and is recommended as a general-purpose material for resistance welding use. It may be used for spot welding electrodes, seam welding wheels and welding fixture components. It is not heat treatable.
Also Known as: Tuffaloy 88, CMW 28, CuZr, and CuCd.
RWMA Class 2
CHROMIUM-COPPER, suited to welding cold- and hot-rolled steels, stainless steel, and low conductivity brasses and bronzes.
Class 2: alloy is a superior resistance welding electrode material, recommended for high-production operations. It's used for welding electrodes, projection welding dies, seam welding shafts and bearings, flash and butt welding dies, and current-carrying structural components. Available in forms for use as welding gun arms, welding platens and secondary-circuit structural members. It is heat treatable.
ZIRCONIUM-CHROMIUM-COPPER is suited to welding galvanized steel & other metallic-coated steel. This is a specially heat-treated alloy, which meets the minimum electrical conductivity and hardness specifications of Class 2 alloy.
Also Known as: CMW 3, CMW 328, Mallory 3, Tuffaloy 77, and Tuffaloy Z, CuCr, and CuCrZr.
RWMA Class 3
BERYLLIUM-NICKEL-COPPER and NICKEL-COPPER are suited to welding steels having high electrical resistance, such as stainless steel.
Class 3: alloy is recommended for projection welding dies, and flash and butt-welding dies. With its higher strength it is also used on highly current-carrying parts such as electrode shanks and heavy-duty electrode holders. It is heat treatable.
Also Known as: CMW 100, CMW 353, Mallory 100, Tuffaloy 55, Tuffaloy 55A, CuNiSiCr, and CuNiBe.
RWMA Class 4
BERYLLIUM-COPPER has extremely high hardness, and is recommended for projection, flash and butt-welding dies. It has lower conductivity than Class 3 alloy but it is harder and more wear resistant. It should be considered where there is concern with high-pressure density and severe wear, but where heating, due to its low conductivity, is no excessive.
It is used frequently in the form of inserts, die facings, and seam welder bushings. It is available in the annealed condition, which is more readily machined, and then subsequently heat-treated.
Also Known as: Tuffaloy 44, CMW 73, and CuBe.
RWMA Class 20
COPPER-ALUMINUM OXIDE has exceptional resistance to deformation when welding and it is highly recommended for weld caps when welding coated and galvanized steels. It allows a stable start-up and generally outlasts other cap material when welding parameters are not carefully controlled.
Also Known as: Elkaloy 20 and CuAL₂O₃
Although there are numerous
benefits associated with this alloy, because of the unique
characteristics it possess and exhibits. Few of the major benefits
of Naval Brass Rods are:
Superior Tensile Strength
Higher Yield Strength
Better Thermal Conductivity
Better Capacity for Being Cold Worked
Excellent Capacity for Being Hot Formed
Excellent Brazing Characteristics
Variety Of Applications:
We manufacture our superior
range of Naval Brass Rods, which serve various purposes in
diversified fields with precision. We manufacture & offer these
rods in all standard shapes and sizes, we also offer customization
facility. Today, we have been able to cater to the requirement of a
large number of industries including: