5 Unique Properties of Beryllium Copper

Posted by: Dani Weinhandl on October 9, 2020

Most customers know beryllium copper is valuable based on its price point, but what are the characteristics that make it worthy of its price tag? Below, I'll break down the unique properties that make beryllium copper such a versatile and valuable metal product. 

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We Are Open: Tackling the Challenge of COVID-19 Head On

Posted by: Brian Rothstein on April 29, 2020

Over the past several weeks, the realities of COVID-19 have increasingly occupied our thoughts. The surge in cases across the globe and now here in Minnesota have made us all pause and reflect.  With so much uncertainty, we would like to put your mind at ease.  

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Beryllium Copper In the Electronics and Telecommunications Industry

Posted by: Dani Weinhandl on April 9, 2019

Did you know consumer electronics and telecommunications account for nearly half of all beryllium copper (BeCu) alloy consumption? Without it, we wouldn’t be able to communicate and live the way we do. This material is crucial. This cluster of metals goes by many different terms: CuBe and Spring Copper. Beryllium, cobalt, nickel, iron, and lead all make the useful copper alloy — giving it a unique group of properties, such as being highly conductive.

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Beryllium Copper Vs. Regular Copper

Posted by: Dani Weinhandl on May 3, 2018

Copper and beryllium copper have some things in common, but they have many distinct differences, too. Beryllium copper is a copper alloy that includes other metals, including beryllium, cobalt, nickel, iron, and lead. The addition of these metals to copper give beryllium copper (BeCu) many of its unique properties.

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Common Uses for Beryllium Copper

Posted by: Dani Weinhandl on April 27, 2017

Beryllium Copper has its fair share of common names. You may hear it referred to as BeCu, Copper Beryllium, Beryllium Bronze, Alloy 172, and Spring Copper. Anytime you hear those terms, they're in reference to Beryllium Copper.

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