Copper Alloys Ltd
Copper Alloys Ltd is a leading manufacturer of copper and nickel based cast and forged materials and components.

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Material Creation

Copper Alloys Ltd produces practically every recognised copper-based alloy, resulting in a unique knowledge of processes, specifications and applications. We want to share this with you.

Closed Die Forgings

Machined Components

Machining Capabilities

Copper Alloys Ltd has the ability to supply finished or semi-finished components.

This offers several key advantages to the customer both from a cost perspective and risk limitation.

Copper Alloys Ltd can maximise the full value of the swarf of offcuts and, by careful segregation, recover the full intrinsic value of the raw material.

This not only saves transport costs, but also allows the company to credit back the scrap against the component cost.

When we carry out the machining, all the risk is on us and and in the unlikely circumstance that a mistake is made, then Copper Alloys Ltd can fast track the replacement at no further cost to the customer.

Our metallurgical and engineering staff constantly monitor the machining operation, ensuring that the end product meets the requirements of the customer's drawing.

With improved synergy between the material creation and machining operation, lead times can be minimised, ensuring on-time delivery.
Machined sump block

Still not sure?

Please browse through our case studies.

Many of our customers are surprised at what can be achieved by a small company, with a totally dedicated workforce which is very much "hands on".

Let us demonstrate the first-class service that we are able to offer to you.


When complexity requires the specialists

Copper Alloys Ltd has the technical ability to produce proof and finished-machined components in a vast range of alloys, shapes and sizes, also with specialised coatings.

Attention to technical detail via our contract review procedure enables Copper Alloys Ltd to participate in many complex and critical exacting applications, giving us an advantage over many of our competitiors.


5 tonne forged piston ring

Machined shafts

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Project Management

Managing the supply chain to the point of assembly utilises all of the advantages Copper Alloys Ltd provides.

From the raw material to machining, coating, painting, inspection and packing, Copper Alloys Ltd has a distinct advantage in each area:

Raw Material

Copper Alloys Ltd manufactures our own raw material, and can therefore guarantee the integrity of the metal. Many other stockholders, traders and engineering organisations frequently have no idea where their metal is actually being produced. Regardless of how well subsequent stages of the supply chain are managed, if the metal integrity is insufficient, the project is flawed.

Machining

Copper Alloys Ltd specialises in machining components from speciality metals and can recycle the machining scrap generated. This is not only environmentally friendly but also is surprisingly cost effective, and covers a large part of the machining cost itself.

Inspection

With customised mass spectrometers, mechanical testing machines, ultrasonic examination, radiographic inspection, dye penetrant inspection specialists, CMM inspection and facilities for pressure testing, Copper Alloys Ltd has everything in place to guarantee peace of mind.

Packaging

Often undervalued as a value-added activity, Copper Alloys Ltd will put thought and ingenuity into the packaging set-up. This could include added features for ease of handling, specially lined containers for fragile components and maximising freight space.

After Sales Service

Whether you are buying raw material or a systems-worth of components, the same level of technical expertise will be applied to offer the same guarantee of in-service performance. Through-life technical support and ongoing metallurgical development to enhance performance of the equipment are offered free-of-charge.

Case Studies

Case Study:
Critical Manifold Block Forging

"I've just had my first look at the components you produced for us and I'm staggered by the excellent job you guys have done.

They are the most impressive pieces we've seen on this project. The fitting team leader is hugely impressed by the quality of the finished product.

Well done, guys!"


About Copper Alloys Ltd

  • Based in Stoke-on-Trent, UK
  • Producing speciality metals and components for critical engineering

British manufacturer Copper Alloys Ltd innovates an engineering solution to a problem that has never been solved.

What was the project?


A marine defence equipment producer approached Copper Alloys Ltd with a unique problem: their customer had specified a component in a material that had never before been produced in such a large section.

The material was a high-strength cupro-nickel to the defence standard DSTAN 02-835, which is typically produced up to 12" diameter.

The component was a manifold block which was part of a system that controlled seawater, where significant pressures and strain were present. The item was also a Class 1 component, which meant it was critical to the operation of the submarine. The section was 16" cubes.



An elegant solution


With every quotation, Copper Alloys Ltd pre-plans the production route so that there are no surprises when orders are placed and projects go live. The production planning is entirely contained within Copper Alloys Ltd's custom-built business management software package and was already complete when contracts were agreed.

There is full transparency of this process for clients, as the subsequent route card captures all of the requirements to the point of delivery and the post-project "lessons learnt" meeting.



Material creation


Eight ingots, each weighing 1500kg were cast and prepared for forging, taking care to ensure test samples were taken at the time to ensure full traceability back to the melt.

During the kick-off meeting, it was identified that if a forging or a component was scrapped further down the production process, then the impact upon the build programme would be unacceptable, as a replacement would take 12 weeks to produce. Therefore, to manage this risk, Copper Alloys Ltd produced enough material for two extra components should the need arise.



Component machining


Having fully conformed material in such a large section was a relief to all involved, and now focus shifted to the machining process. Taking a solid block weighing 550kg to a precision machined component weighing 130kg took the latest in CNC technology and hands-on management to ensure protocol was respected.



Risk mitigation


The scenario planning at the front end did prevent a problem becoming a disaster, as a forging was scrapped due to human error at the finish machining stage. As planned there was a forging available to slot into the process at no impact to the delivery schedule. Although this was not a requirement of the contract, Copper Alloys Ltd puts project delivery above profits, with the aim of continuing the development of our leading reputation as a deliverer of non-standard projects.



A happy customer


Upon their customer's inspection of the pressure-tested components, they could see that the attention to detail and made the difference, down to the items coming pre-packaged with a sling to make it easy to lift them out of the boxes.


Project Goals

  • Manufacture forgings in largest-ever section
  • Control complicated machining to achieve close tolerance
  • Deliver within a tight timescale

Approach

  • Created an innovative material production route to achieve sufficient hot working
  • Risk mitigation strategy, openly communicated to customer
  • Manage machining process closely
  • Forward planning to ensure smooth inter-stage progression

Results

  • Delivered one week ahead of schedule
  • 100% compliance, zero concessions
  • Customer "staggered by the excellent job"

Materials By Application

Aerospace & Aeronautics

Copper Alloys Ltd has a wealth of metallurgical experience in producing and machining aerospace-grade bronzes.

 Approvals

 Enhanced Material Development

Aerospace Metals - Made in England, Delivered Worldwide

Depending on dimensions, all copper-based aerospace alloys can be produced to order, and delivered on a call-off basis.

Below are some specifications which may be of interest to our customers in the Aerospace and Aeronautics industry:



To see our full range of specifications and search by properties, click here.


Architecture

Material support for architects: solid hand rails, bespoke balustrading, various architectural and structural sections.

Producing in Stoke-on-Trent, England, Copper Alloys Ltd has built up a reputation for delivering on time, in budget and creating spectacular effects with our mastery of material.

 Material Selection

 Contractor Support

 Colours

General Engineering

Materials designed to perform better and last longer. Copper Alloys Ltd manufactures most copper-based alloys to order, to customized sizes and with full technical support.

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

The range of materials that Copper Alloys Ltd produces for industrial applications include:

  • Nickel-Aluminium Bronze
  • Copper-Nickel-Silicon
  • All bronzes (phosphor, leaded, tin, silicon)
  • Cupro-Nickels
  • Nickel-based alloys (400, K500, 625)
  • Wrought copper
  • Elite Alloys - available ex-stock or manufactured to your bespoke requirements


Examples of specifications currently produced are shown below:


Marine - Commercial

Economic solutions for corrosive environments. Efficient and effective, our alloys last longer and perform better.

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

Copper Alloys Ltd specialises in manufacturing super high strength, corrosion-resistant metals, and has recently released a range of highly developed alloys. These will be of interest to engineers looking to expand the life of equipment in corrosive environments or perform better in aggressive environments.

Copper Alloys Ltd produces our full range of alloys in Stoke-on-Trent, England. All materials come fully approved and produced in full conformance with international standards, including:

  • Aluminium Bronzes
  • Copper-Nickels
  • Nickel-based alloys (400, K500, 625)
  • Aluminium-Silicon Bronzes

All alloys can be manufactured to various Class and Grade requirements within these specifications, with non-destructive testing by ultrasonic, dye penetrant or X-ray inspection.

These can be produced in a vast range of formats to suit the next stage in the supply chain, including:



Examples of specifications produced are as follows:


Marine Nationale-Défense

Supporting marine defence from conception to delivery.

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

Copper Alloys Ltd specialises in manufacturing super high strength corrosion-resistant metals, and has recently released a range of highly developed alloys. These will be of interest to engineers looking to expand the life of equipment in corrosive environments or increase the ability of equipment to withstand impact shocks.

Copper Alloys Ltd produces our full range of alloys in Stoke-on-Trent, England. All materials come fully approved and produced in full conformance with Naval Material Standards throughout Europe and the USA, including all:

  • Aluminium Bronzes
  • Copper-Nickels
  • Nickel-based alloys (400, K500, 625)
  • Aluminium-Silicon Bronzes

All alloys can be manufactured to various Class and Grade requirements within these specifications, with non-destructive testing by ultrasonic, dye penetrant or X-ray inspection.

These can be produced in a vast range of formats to suit the next stage in the supply chain, including:



Examples of specifications produced are as follows:


Moulding & Wear Technology

Materials designed to last longer.

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

The range of materials that Copper Alloys Ltd produces for the moulding and wear technology industries includes:

  • Nickel-Aluminium Bronze
  • Copper-Nickel-Silicon
  • All bronzes (phosphor bronze, leaded bronze, tin bronze, silicon bronze)

We have a range of special alloys that are available ex-stock for general usage. These alloys offer engineers distinct advantages over other materials in one of a number of physical characteristics.

Copper Alloys Ltd also offers a customer-specific stocking programme, which presents some significant benefits:

  • Economies of scale without having to take large volumes of material or components
  • Guaranteed delivery as your material will be made and stocked in England, where there is full control over every stage of production
  • Next-day delivery if required.


Examples of specifications currently produced are shown below:

  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 333G  (CuAl8NI5Fe4Mn)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 333G  (CuAl10Fe5Ni5)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 480K  (CuSn10)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 481K   (CuSn10PbP)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 482K  (CuSn10Zn2)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 483K  (CuSn11)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 484K  (CuSn12Ni2)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 490K  (CuSn3Pb5Zn8)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 491K  (CuSn5Pb5Zn5)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 492K  (CuSn7PbP)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 493K  (CuSn7Pb7Zn3)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 494K  (CuSn5Pb9)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 495K  (CuSn10Pb10)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 496K  (CuPb15Sn9)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 497K  (CuPb20Sn5)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 499K  (CuSn6Zn4Pb2)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 756S  (CuZn35AlFeMn)
  • C94310  (CuPb30Sn2Ni)
  • Def Stan 02 824  (CuNi30Cr2)
  • Def Stan 02 835  (CuNi15Mn4Al2Fe)
  • DIN 2.1504  (CuNi14Al3Fe1)
  • DIN WL 2.0967:2005  (CuAl9Ni7)
  • NF L14 708  (CuZn23Al4)

Petrochemicals / Oil & Gas

Unique material solutions for extreme environments.

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

Copper-based and nickel-based alloys are made specifically for the oil and gas industry. Either to current industrial specifications or customised alloys to meet specific applications, Copper Alloys Ltd is your source for non-ferrous materials, including some of the most corrosion resistant alloys currently available.

Examples of specifications currently produced are as follows:

  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 333G  (CuAl10Fe5Ni5)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 483K  (CuSn11)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 484K  (CuSn12Ni2)
  • BS EN 1982:2008 GC CC 493K  (CuSn7Pb7Zn3)
  • BS NA21 3076 Nickel 625  (NiCr22Mo9Nb)
  • Def Stan 02 779  (CuNi10Fe1Mn)
  • Def Stan 02 824  (CuNi30Cr2)
  • Def Stan 02 835  (CuNi15Mn4Al2Fe)
  • DIN 2.1504  (CuNi14Al3Fe1)
  • MS-283  (CuAl9Fe3)
  • MS-499  (NiCu30Al3Ti)
  • MS-480  (CuAl10Ni5Fe3)
  • MS-548  (CuAl9Ni5Fe5)
  • MS-15282  (CuNi37Sn10Pb8Mn1)
  • VGS 5.244.2  (CuAl10Ni5Fe5)
  • VGS 5.540.3  (NiCu30MnFe)
  • VGS 5.244.1  (CuAl10Ni5Fe3)
  • SP 170125  (CuAl11FeNi6)
  • STF 22-55/B004-2EE  (CuAl10Ni5Fe4)
  • STF 22-55/B004E-F  (CuAl10Ni5Fe4)

Power & Transport

Specialist materials for high conductivity applications. What if you could combine high conductivity with super strength?

 Material Selection

 Engineering Support - Specialist High Conductivity Technology

 Power Generation

 Transport and Autosport

 Quality

 Long Term Solutions - Through-Life Value

Material

The range of materials that Copper Alloys Ltd produces for the power and transportation industries includes wrought copper, copper-nickel-silicon alloys and copper-nickel-silicon-chrome alloys.

We have a range of special alloys that are available ex-stock for general usage. Copper Alloys Ltd also offers a customer-specific stocking programme, which offers some significant benefits:

  • Economies of scale without having to take large volumes of material or components.
  • Guaranteed delivery as your material will be made and stocked in England, where there is full control over every stage of production.
  • Next day delivery if required.

Examples of specifications currently produced are shown below:


Process Technology

Heat Exchangers, Desalination, Distillation, Strainers, Condensers.

Copper Alloys Ltd supports a vast range of process technology engineers with the supply of proof and finish machined components in many copper-based and nickel-based alloys.

 Industries Supported

 Products for Process Technology

Alloys for Process Technology

There are many alloys that lend themselves specifically to process engineering applications, and the correct choice depends on the temperatures involved, the process fluid being cooled and the coolant - for example, very often in the petrochemical industry the coolant is seawater, with obvious corrosion issues.

The alloys below may be of interest to process engineers:


Specialist Fasteners

Utilising the most advanced corrosion resistance metallurgy, and fabricating to print, Copper Alloys Ltd offers some of the highest performance fasteners available.

 Products

 Quality, Testing & Integrity

 Benefits

Material

 The Benefit of Working With Copper Alloys Ltd

Elite Alloys

Copper Alloys Ltd's new range of premium metals with advanced properties.

Thermal alloys

Bearing alloys

Elite Marine Alloys

We are pleased to present our range of advanced wrought cupro-nickel alloys with outstanding resistance to sea water corrosion combined with a spectrum of high mechanical properties.

These materials are strengthened by both solid solution and precipitation mechanisms. Our deep metallurgical understanding and direct control of processing gives us the capability to induce material properties unavailable elsewhere.


This suite of alloys has a wide spectrum of mechanical properties ensuring a range of demanding applications can be satisfied. Extreme fracture toughness combined with high strength through to extreme tensile strength and hardness are available.


The extremely low general corrosion rate and immunity to preferential phase attack make these materials ideal for critical marine applications and by far out perform conventional materials such as nickel aluminium bronze and conventional cupro-nickel alloys.


These industry-leading alloys are the result of decades of research and our advanced manufacturing capability combined with metallurgical expertise allows us to produce a range of wrought products to 5 Tonnes piece-weight.


These materials are available as raw material (proof machined bar stock, forgings, plates) or finished machined components.


Full traceability and full certification in accordance with EN 10204 3.1 provided as standard. 3.2 Certification available upon request.



  • Extreme mechanical strength
  • High hardness and resistance to wear
  • Very high shock resistance
  • Low rate of general corrosion and pitting in sea water
  • Anti bio-fouling (lack of marine growth)
  • Immune to hydrogen embrittlement
  • Anti galling
  • Low relative magnetic permeability
  • Easy to machine and dimensionally stable
  • No loss of properties at cryogenic temperatures
  • Cost effective compared with other materials

Overview of our Elite Wrought Marine Alloys

Typical Properties and Attributes





  CAL
T-1000

More info...
CAL
T-800

More info...
CAL
CNC-1 & CNC-2

More info...
 

Copper-Nickel-Aluminium Alloy
CuNi14Al2
(DIN 2.1504)

Copper-Nickel-Manganese-Aluminium Alloy
CuNi15Mn4Al1Fe
(Def Stan 02-835 Part 2)

Copper-Nickel-Chrome Alloy
Cu30Cr1FeMnSiZrTi

(Def Stan 02-824 Part 1)

 

CAL
CNC-1
(wrought)

More info...

CAL
CNC-2
(wrought enhanced)

More info...

  Extreme strength and hardness High strength and hardness Moderate strength with high ductility High strength with moderate ductility
  Metric Imperial Metric Imperial Metric Imperial Metric Imperial
Tensile Strength 820-1050 MPa 119-152 Ksi 725-825 MPa 105-120 Ksi 550-650 MPa 80-94 Ksi 700-800 MPa 45-52 Ksi
0.2% Proof Stress 600-850 MPa 87-123 Ksi 430-550 MPa 62-80 Ksi 380-480 MPa 55-70 Ksi 650-750 MPa 94-109 Ksi
Elongation 10-16% 10-16% 18-28% 18-28% 24-34% 24-34% 15-22% 15-22%
Hardness HB 250-290 250-290 210-240 210-240 160-200 160-200 195-230 195-230
  Low-moderate toughness Moderate toughness Extreme toughness and shock resistance
Impact 10-16 J 7-11 ft lbf 40-65 J 29-48 ft lbf 130-150 J 96-111 ft lbf 90-120 J 66-88 ft lbf
  Excellent seawater corrosion resistance

Extreme strength wrought Cupro Nickel alloy CuNi14Al2 (compliant with generic alloy DIN 2.1504).

Highest strength and hardness within our marine suite of alloys, with tensile strengths over 1000MPa possible.

Characteristics


  • Extreme mechanical strength
  • High hardness
  • Outstanding resistance to sea water corrosion - both general and pitting corrosion
  • Lack of selective phase attack
  • Immune to hydrogen embrittlement and stress corrosion cracking in sea water
  • High resistance to impingement / erosion / cavitation / pitting in sea water
  • Good resistance to stress corrosion cracking in hydrogen sulphide conditions
  • Low relative magnetic permeability
  • Anti bio-fouling (lack of marine growth)
  • Anti-galling against stainless steel
  • No loss of properties at cryogenic temperatures
  • High modulus of elasticity compared with other copper based alloys
  • Low relative magnetic permeability - virtually non magnetic
  • Easily machined to a high surface finish and dimensionally stable
  • Non-sparking
  • Uniform fine grain structure permits volumetric inspection using ultrasonic techniques
  • Cost-effective

 Background

 Composition

 Mechanical Properties - T1000S (Standard)

 Mechanical Properties - T1000E (Enhanced)

 Related Specifications

 Corrosion Data

 Physical Properties

 Forms Available

 Inspection and Certification

 Applications

High Strength Wrought Copper-Nickel-Manganese-Aluminium Alloy CuNi15Mn4Al1Fe (Compliant with generic alloy Def Stan 02-835 Part 2).

High strength and hardness combined with high toughness and good ductility.

Characteristics


  • High mechanical strength
  • High toughness and ductility
  • High Hardness
  • Outstanding resistance to sea water corrosion both general and pitting corrosion
  • Lack of selective phase attack
  • Immune to hydrogen embrittlement and stress corrosion cracking in sea water
  • High resistance to impingement / erosion / cavitation / pitting in sea water
  • Good resistance to stress corrosion cracking in hydrogen sulphide conditions
  • Anti bio-fouling (lack of marine growth)
  • Good anti-galling resistance against stainless steel
  • No loss of properties at cryogenic temperatures
  • High modulus of elasticity compared with other copper-based alloys
  • Low relative magnetic permeability - virtually non magnetic
  • Easily machined to a high surface finish and dimensionally stable
  • Non-sparking
  • Uniform fine grain structure permits volumetric inspection using ultrasonic techniques
  • Cost-effective

 Background

 Composition

 Mechanical Properties

 Related Specifications

 Corrosion Data

 Physical Properties

 Forms Available

 Inspection and Certification

 Applications

CAL Wrought CNC

High Strength Wrought Copper-Nickel-Chrome Alloy CuNi30Cr1MnFeSiZrTi - composition compliant with generic alloy Def Stan 02-824 Part 1, with enhanced strength and toughness exceeding specification requirements.

High strength combined with extremely high toughness and good ductility. Outstanding seawater corrosion resistance.

Characteristics


  • High mechanical strength and ductility
  • 0.2% proof stress twice that of Nickel Aluminium Bronze and significantly higher than cast CuNiCr, allowing designers to work on a minimum proof stress of 350-390 MPa (CNC-1) / 600MPa (CNC-2) rather than 240MPa for cast CuNiCr. (51-56Ksi (CNC-1) / 87Ksi (CNC-2) rather than 35Ksi for cast CuNiCr)
  • Extremely high toughness ≈ 100J higher than NAB and double that of cast CuNICr
  • Extremely high shock resistance
  • Outstanding resistance to sea water corrosion both general (self) and pitting corrosion
  • Lack of selective phase corrosion (SPC)
  • Immune to hydrogen embrittlement and stress corrosion cracking in sea water
  • High resistance to impingement / erosion / cavitation / pitting in sea water
  • Good resistance to stress corrosion cracking in hydrogen sulphide conditions
  • Anti bio-fouling (lack of marine growth)
  • No loss of properties at cryogenic temperatures
  • High modulus of elasticity compared with other copper-based alloys
  • Low relative magnetic permeability - virtually non magnetic
  • Easily machined to a high surface finish and dimensionally stable
  • Non-sparking
  • Uniform fine grain structure permits volumetric inspection using ultrasonic techniques
  • Cost effective compared with cast CNC and other materials e.g. Nickel Aluminium Bronze

 Background

 CAL Wrought CNC versus NAB and cast CNC

 Manufacture

 Composition

 Mechanical properties CAL CNC-1 and CNC-2

 Corrosion Data

 Physical Properties

 Forms Available

 Inspection and Certification

 Applications

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Approvals

Copper Alloys Ltd holds the following approvals:

About Us

Copper Alloys Ltd is a leading British manufacturer based in central England, supplying material and components to engineers around the world. With key technical strengths in forgings, castings and components in nearly all copper-based and nickel-based alloys, we offer unbeatable value in the supply of large forgings, machined to print.

Heritage

Being able to trace our roots through many years of industrial heritage, Copper Alloys Ltd is independently owned and managed by a dedicated team who have vast experience in working with the most technically demanding industries such as Defence, Aerospace and Petrochemicals.

Our customers give the following reasons for working with Copper Alloys:

  • "Unrivalled attention to detail - they not only read all of the specifications, but understand them"

    Offshore Engineer

  • "We can sleep at night; Copper Alloys can be trusted to report everything and to operate with integrity so that there are no surprises later on"

    Nuclear Submarine Equipment Manufacturer

  • "The material selection support for engineers is not available anywhere else, this really helps engineers make informed decisions to maximise through-life value and performance"

    Nuclear Submarine Designer


International Assurance

Europe

Copper Alloys Ltd has staff dedicated to support our customers on the European mainland, who are fluent in the following languages:

  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish


Deliveries to Europe leave Copper Alloys Ltd nearly every day, so we can guarantee quick deliveries at a minimal cost.
We can manufacture to all national and European specifications, with complete release and according certification.

For more information, please contact Copper Alloys direct on sales@copperalloys.net or +44 (0) 1782 816 888.

USA

Copper Alloys Ltd. works closely with Copper Alloys Inc., a well-established distributor of copperbased metals, based in Houston, Texas.

Specialising in the distribution of forgings, forged bars and finished components for the Navy and Offshore industries, Copper Alloys Inc. offers a localized service from their experienced and dedicated team.

Minimising delivery times and costs, custom-manufactured material and components can be stocked here for immediate call-off.

Please view the website for more details:
www.copperalloysinc.com

Asia and the Gulf region

Working extended hours in the UK, Copper Alloys Ltd can react quickly to queries and orders from our customers in Asia.

With experience in working with engineers in South Korea, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan and China, Copper Alloys Ltd understands the differing requirements and allows direct access to our manufacturing facility.

For more information, please contact Copper Alloys direct on sales@copperalloys.net or +44 (0) 1782 816 888.

Australia

Supporting critical engineering companies in Australia with components and proof-machined forgings, Copper Alloys Ltd is well established as the preferred supplier for complex items and materials that have to be produced to order.

Our shipping and airfreight network ensures prompt and on-time deliveries with minimal costs.

For more information, please contact Copper Alloys direct on sales@copperalloys.net or +44 (0) 1782 816 888.

References

Project: Critical finished machined block forgings for a nuclear submarine

Risks: largest section of High-Strength Cupro-Nickel which was identified as high-risk

Customer Feedback:

"I’ve just had my first look at the Sump Bodies you produced for us and I’m staggered by the excellent job you guys have done. They are the most impressive pieces we’ve seen on this project.

The fitting team leader, whom I introduced you to when you were here is hugely impressed by the quality of the finished product.

Well Done, Guys!"


Marine Defence Senior Engineer


Project: Critical components for the Aerospace industry

Risks: Extremely short delivery required as previous supplier’s material had failed

Customer Feedback:

"Working with Copper Alloys was like a breath of fresh air, they were responsive and flexible, quickly coming up with a production plan to meet our urgent requirements, and delivering high quality product."


Design Engineer


Project: Finished machined Nickel-Aluminium Bronze forgings

Risks: Complicated finish-machining process, so extra forging produced as back-up at no extra cost

Customer Feedback:

"We are extremely pleased with the on time delivery of the valve bodies, this was an important part of the project and we are thankful for the partnership we have formed."


Nuclear Submarine Project Manager


Contact Us

Copper Alloys Ltd
Glendale Street
Burslem
Stoke-on-Trent
ST6 2EP
United Kingdom


Telephone: +44 (0) 1782 816888
Fax: +44 (0) 1782 790111

Email: sales@copperalloys.net