Copper Nickel has strength and corrosion resistance and remains ductile. Other elements can be added to copper-nickel to increase corrosion resistance, hardening, strength, weldability, and castability. 90-10 copper-nickel (C70600), an alloy with 90% copper and 10% nickel, is the most commonly used alloy. It can be found in naval and commercial shipping, offshore oil and gas production as well as desalination and power generation.
70-30 copper-nickel alloys with 30% nickel content (C71500) are more highly alloyed with chromium, aluminum, or tin are used where greater resistance to seawater flow, sand abrasion, wear, galling, and higher mechanical properties, are required.
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