UNS C14700 sulfur bearing copper alloy has high corrosion resistance, free machining properties, and 90% minimum IACS conductivity. It is generally available in the form of wire and rod. C14700 copper is a lightly alloyed grade of copper, formulated for primary forming into wrought products. In addition, it has a moderately high thermal conductivity and comparatively low tensile strength. Among wrought copper alloys, the composition of C14700 copper is notable for including sulfur (S) to improve machinability, making it a top choice in the plumbing, industrial, and electrical industries.
Electric Materials’ Alloy C14700 is used in applications that require a combination of good electrical properties (electrical conductivity 90% minimum) and excellent machinability. C14700 has superior corrosion resistance, good deep draw properties, is malleable, is moderate conductivity, and has good strength. C14700 is excellent in soldering and brazing. For more information about Copper Alloy C14700, head over to Electric Materials’ Alloy Data Sheet to start learning more!