K-Alloy

K-Alloy has many benefits:

  • Excellent corrosion resistance 
  • Improved cooling due to better thermal conductivity
  • Eliminates the need for pre and post operations like anodizing and painting

Mechanical Properties

Material Alloy Tensile Strength   Elongation   Hardness   Impact Strength   Young's Modulus   Yield Strength (0.2%)   Fatigue Strength   Creep Limit   Process
MPa
% in 50mm
Brinell (HB)
J
Gpa
MPa
Mpa
Mpa
Aluminium
295
5
80
-
-
172
-
-

Physical Properties

Material Alloy Density   Melting Point (Average +/- 50)   Coefficient of Thermal Expansion   Thermal Conductivity   Electrical Conductivity   Process
g/cm3
°C
µm/m°K
W / m K
% IACS
Aluminium
2.63
680
-
113
32.0

Composition

Aluminium
% K-Alloy
Aluminum Bal.
Copper 0.05 - 0.08
Magnesium 0.35 - 0.50
Iron (max) 0.8 - 1.0
Lead (max)
Cadmium (max)
Tin (max) 0.03
Nickel (max) 0.03
Zinc 0.20
Manganese 0.50 - 0.60
Silicon 9.0 - 11.5
Other-Metallic
Titanium -
Chromium -
RoHS Compliant

 

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