Properties of Ney 75

Ney 75 is a silver-copper nickel alloy developed to offer a combination of high electrical conductivity with moderate mechanical properties and good wear resistance. The alloy is wrought hardened with the final strength and conductivity characteristics being strongly dependent on the final temper. The alloy properties make it a good candidate material for sliding electrical contact application and some low current arcing applications.

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Mechanical and Electrical Properties - Wire

Condition UTS
ksi
Elongation
% In 2 in.
Hardness,
Knoop
(Hk 100 gr)
Electrical
Conductivity
% IACS
Annealed 40-55 (ksi)
280-380 (MPa)
10 min 100-125 76 nominal
Spring Temper 80(ksi) min 1 min 150-180 70 nominal
Special tempers
Available upon request

 


Physical Properties

Density, dwt / cu. in. 105.8 Modulus of Elasticity
x 106 psi
12.3

The information contained in this Data Sheet is intended to assist you in the use of this product. It is not intended to and does not create any warranties, express or implied, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular application. The user should determine the suitability of this material for each application. Data subject to change without notice