common alloy

common alloy

An alloy that does not increase in strength when heat-treated but may be strengthened by strain hardening.
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Brass is the most common alloy that is used, but it can still cause damage if you're not careful.
Eastern Metal Supply is a first-class supplier of aluminum products, providing common alloy aluminum standard and custom extrusions including sheet products.
While there are several types of cupronickel available with different ratios of copper and nickel, the most common alloy for flexible heaters is alloy 715.
For the sake of comparison here are some common alloy BHNs.
Nickel-aluminum bronze (C95800) - a common alloy for marine casting applications - is the most dross-forming alloy.
Nickel is the most common alloy addition for toughness, along with restrictions on carbon, sulfur and phosphorus, and are usually quenched and tempered to give optimum toughness.
A wide range of standard factory calibrations for common alloy ranges and grades is available.
The most common alloy used in drinking water applications are bismuth brass and bronze, silicon brass and bronze, and the sulfur tin bronze.
Wise Metals Group Chairman and CEO David D'Addario says, "As we head into 2005, I am enthusiastic about both our prospects in the can industry and the growth potential in the building and construction (B&C) and common alloy distributor markets." He adds, "The interest in these products has been very strong given the recent and continuing trends in both residential and commercial construction.
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