This is a copper alloy with high electrical conductivity.
When alloyed with chromium and zirconium, wear resistance increases.
Wires can be shaped by erosion.
Consumer Electrical Industrial
Pencil-type & Light Soldering Guns: Tips, Rod Extensions Arcing and Bridging Parts Current Carrying Shafts and Arms
Cable Electrode Holder Jaws
Circuit Breaker Parts Flash Welding Electrodes
Connectors Heat Sinks
Electric Motor and Generator Components Plastic Mold Components
Electrical Conductors Requiring Greater Strength than Copper Resistance Welding Machine Electrodes
Electrical Connectors Seam Welding Wheels
Electron Tube Grid Side Rods Spot Welding Tips
Parts for Electronic Devices Structural Parts
Semi Conductor Bases Wear Plates on Heavy Equipment
Switch Contacts Switch Gears Thermal Conductors Requiring Greater Strength than Copper Wire, High Temperature