Copper CDA 110 Material Property Data Sheet

Do you need custom fasteners created with Copper CDA 110? Since our inception, Elgin Fastener Group has met every challenge of providing Quality, Timely, Cost-effective solutions for specialty fastener applications. Every product is built to your specifications, using your prints if necessary.

Below are the technical specifications of the Copper CDA 110 Bar Stock we have available to meet your needs.

Electrolytic tough pitch Copper, UNS C11000, OSO50 Temper flat products, rod, tube, shapes

Subcategory: Copper Alloy; Metal; Nonferrous Metal

Key Words: ASTM-B-152, QQ-C-576, CDA 110 ETP, C101, ISO Cu-ETP

Component Wt. %
Cu 99.9
O 0.04

Material Notes:
Good to excellent corrosion resistance. Excellent hot and cold workability; good forgeability. Fabricated by coining, coppersmithing, drawing and upsetting, hot forging and pressing, spinning, swaging, stamping.

Applications: downspouts, gutters, roofing, gaskets, auto radiators, busbars, nails, printing rolls, rivets, and radio parts.

Test specimens: flat products – 1mm and 6mm thicknesses, rod – 25mm OD, tube – 25mm OD x 1.65mm wall thickness, and shapes – 13mm section.

Physical Properties Metric English Comments
Density 7.93 g/cc 0.286 lb/in³ Liquid, at 1083°C
Density 8.32 g/cc 0.301 lb/in³ Solid, at 1083°C
Density 8.89 g/cc 0.321 lb/in³ Solid, at 20°C (68°F)
Mechanical Properties
Hardness, Rockwell F 40 40
Tensile Strength, Ultimate 220 MPa 31900 psi
Tensile Strength, Yield 69 MPa 10000 psi At 0.5% extension under load
Elongation at Break 45 % 45 % In 50 mm, 1mm thickness, tube
Elongation at Break 50 % 50 % In 50 mm, 6mm thickness, shapes
Elongation at Break 55 % 55 % In 50 mm, rod
Poisson’s Ratio 0.33 0.33
Machinability 20 % 20 % UNS C36000 (free-cutting brass) = 100%
Shear Strength 150 MPa 21800 psi
Coefficient of Friction 0.29 0.29 Sliding, with cast iron, no lubrication
Coefficient of Friction 0.36 0.36 Sliding, with carbon steel, no lubrication
Coefficient of Friction 0.53 0.53 Sliding, with glass, no lubrication
Coefficient of Friction, Static 0.53 0.53 With carbon steel, no lubrication
Coefficient of Friction, Static 0.68 0.68 With carbon steel, no lubrication
Coefficient of Friction, Static 1.05 1.05 With cast iron, no lubrication
Thermal Properties
Heat of Fusion 205 J/g 88.2 BTU/lb
CTE, linear 20°C 17 µm/m-°C 9.44 µin/in-°F from 20-100°C (68-212°F)
CTE, linear 100°C 17.3 µm/m-°C 9.61 µin/in-°F from 20-200°C (68-390°F)
CTE, linear 250°C 17.7 µm/m-°C 9.83 µin/in-°F from 20-300°C (68-570°F)
Heat Capacity 0.385 J/g-°C 0.092 BTU/lb-°F
Thermal Conductivity 388 W/m-K 2690 BTU-in/hr-ft²-°F at 20°C (68°F)
Melting Point 1065 – 1083 °C 1950 – 1980 °F
Solidus 1065 °C 1950 °F Eutectic
Liquidus 1083 °C 1980 °F
Softening Point 360 °C 680 °F
Processing Properties
Annealing Temperature 475 – 750 °C 887 – 1380 °F
Hot-Working Temperature 750 – 875 °C 1380 – 1610 °F
Recrystallization Temperature 18.3 °C 65 °F C37700 (forging brass) = 100%
Descriptive Properties
Color Reddish metallic

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