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Iron Copper FeCu Powder offers excellent thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, and ductility, which combine the benefits of both copper and iron.
D50=10.0-18.3 Particle Size

Pre-alloyed Iron Copper Iron Powder:

A type of alloy that includes copper-iron alloys is also available. Fe-Cu powder boasts excellent thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, and corrosion resistance. This alloy combines both the benefits of copper and iron. This alloy has copper as the major element, with iron added. Ferroalloy is an alloy in which copper is the main element and iron is added. You can add a few drops of rare earth to make a copper-iron mixture. The copper and iron melt at the same temperature, approximately 1,200°C, which makes them completely compatible.

Some pure metals possess unique properties we require for certain purposes. This is the case with copper. It has excellent resistance to corrosion in harsh environments. Because it is used in electrical and electronic wiring, copper has excellent thermal and electrical conductivity. Softness and ductility are other properties of copper.

But, the negative properties of pure metals will also ruin your application. The copper metal is extremely weak. While work hardening is an option to improve the strength of copper, adding other metals to it can make it more robust, like iron.

Similar to copper, iron can be malleable. Iron is also very electrically conductive and has good tensile strength, as it can be stretched to a certain extent without breaking. But iron can oxidize to make rust in the presence water and oxygen.

Sometimes adding iron to copper alloys is a good idea. Iron can be added to copper alloys for its increased strength and resistance against corrosion, but it does not affect the original electrical conductivity.

Copper – iron alloy: This master alloy of copper – iron (CuFe), has high tensile strengths, high corrosion resistance, and high thermal or electrical conductivity. The master alloy acts as a refiner for other copper alloys, such as brass and aluminum bronze. The master alloy helps improve low-alloy copper’s mechanical properties.

Low copper alloys can easily be transformed into high copper alloys by adding iron and other metals. They have an extremely high strength and conductivity of 75-90 percent. is an established global pre-alloyed Iron Copper FCu Powder supplier. You can send us an inquiry regarding the current Iron Copper FeCu price at any given time.

Website Overview Iron Copper Iron Copper FeCu Pulp:

FeCu powder, iron and copper alloy powder

FeCu powder is hard: 102HRB

FeCu powder’s tensile strength: 1534Mpa


TDS of Iron Copper FeCu Powder:

Hydrogen density theoretically: 7.97g/cm3

Hydrogen loss from FeCu powder less than 0.65%

The apparent density of FeCu powder is 0.6 to 0.8g/cm3.

FeCu powder Tap density: 0.9-1.1g.cm3

D50=10.0-18.3 Particle Size of FeCu Powder


Iron Copper FeCu Powder:

Preparation High surface area, high activity (maximum of 102HRB), high density, high hardness, and high sintering temp. Good sintering stability. Excellent flowability. Bend strength up to 1534 Mpa.

How Is pre-alloyed iron copper FeCu powder manufactured?

The maximum compaction rate is achieved when the copper powder’s mass is 7.44% and the sintering temperatures are higher than the copper melting point. If (Fe-3.44 percent mass %Cu] prefabricated iron powder is combined with copper powder, then the sample’s maximum expansion rate is lower than the original when 4.00% copper powder has been added. Cu iron powder, Fe-7.18%Cu copper powder do not shrink when added to the mix. In all sintered billets, the penetration of liquid copper in the space between solid grain was evident. Increased copper content results in an increase in copper-copper compaction.



A copper-iron intermediate alloy is used to refine the grain of aluminum bronze and brass alloys. This can be used to increase the mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and strength of low-alloy copper alloys.

There are limited procedures that can be used to cause the mutual diffusion of FeCu elements within alloys. High-energy ball milling is used to make FeCu material and sometimes simultaneously to deposit it on thin substrates for different purposes. This research focuses on this work. This is a method of producing alloys that does not require the use grinding balls. It occurs in the same crucible. Two parameters control thickness and microstructure in the deposition layer: speed and milling time. This process can generally be applied in many ways to increase the mechanical, optical and thermal properties, as well as the surface quality.

Iron Copper FeCu Pulp Storage:

FeCu powder performance and usage effects can be adversely affected by damp reunion. Iron Copper FeCu Powder should therefore be stored in vacuum-packed bags and kept in cool, dry rooms. Iron Copper FeCu Powder cannot be exposed to the air. FeCu powder should not be exposed to stress.

Shipping and Packing of Iron Copper FeCu powder:

There are many options for packing depending on the Iron Copper FeCu powder quantity.

Packaging of iron copper FeCu powder, vacuum packed, 100g to 500g or 1kg/bag at 25kg/barrel. Or as you request.

Iron Copper FeCu powder shipping: can be sent by sea or air as soon as payment receipt is received.


Iron Copper Alloy Powder Properties


Other Titles
FeCu, CuFe, Fe:Cu, Iron Copper, Fe-Cu Powder

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FeCu

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Gray powder to black powder

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8.9 g/cm3

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Monoisotopic
118.865 g/mol


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