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Stess Relieving Zirconium Copper C1500

04/26/2016 2:29 PM

Does anyone know the proper way to stress relieve Zirconium Copper C1500?

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04/26/2016 3:20 PM

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04/26/2016 3:34 PM

Yes, there are 39,100 different references in Google.

Here's one.

Heat Treating of Copper and Copper Alloys

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Re: Stess Relieving Zirconium Copper C1500

04/26/2016 3:41 PM

Have that one thanks. What I'm looking for is a actual oven process.

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Re: Stess Relieving Zirconium Copper C1500

04/26/2016 3:44 PM

..."Parts are stress-relieved at temperatures below the normal annealing range that do not cause recrystallization and consequent softening of the metal."...

"Zirconium Copper. Zirconium copper C15000 (99.8Cu-0.2Zr) is solution treated at 900 to 925oC, then quenched in water. Time at the solution treating temperature should be minimized to limit grain growth and possible internal oxidation by reaction of zirconium with the furnace atmosphere. Because solution and diffusion of the zirconium occur rapidly at the solution treating temperature, holding at temperature is not required. Aging is done at 500 to 550oC (930 to 1020oF) for 1 to 4 h. If the material has been cold worked, following solution treating, aging temperature may be reduced to 375 to 475oC."

http://www.totalmateria.com/Article25.htm

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