The temper designations are classified by the process or processes used in manufacturing the product involved and its resulting properties. It is not a specification of copper and copper alloys. Multi-user access to over 3, medical device standards, regulations, expert commentaries and other documents. Worldwide Standards We can source any standard from anywhere in the world. Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings. Online Tools.
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Designation: B — A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon e indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval.
This standard has been approved for use by agencies of the Department of Defense. Referenced Documents. B Terminology for Copper and Copper Alloys 2. N OTE 1—These letters are frequently the same as those used in temper systems of other metal products. Current edition approved Oct. Published November Originally published as B — Last previous edition B — Tempers produced by controlled amounts of cold work fol-.
TD —Tempers produced by controlled amounts of cold work of. TS —Tempers produced in alloys that have been solution heat treated, cold worked, and spinodal heat treated. B — Tempers that result from forming, welding, and cold working.
H —Tempers that result from both annealing a welded and cold-worked tube, or cold working, a welded cold-worked and annealed tube. With these treatments, the weld area has been transformed into a wrought structure, and the usual temper designations apply.
Temper Designation Codes. Temper Names. Extra Hard. Extra Spring. Special Spring. Ultra Spring. Super Spring. Cast and Annealed Homogenized. As Cast and Precipitation Heat Treated. Hot Forged and Annealed. Hot Rolled and Annealed. Hot Extruded and Annealed.
Extruded and Precipitation Heat Treated. Hot Extruded and Temper Annealed. Hot Pierced and Annealed. Light Anneal. Soft Anneal. Drawing Anneal. Deep Drawing Anneal. Dead Soft Anneal. Temper Name. Drawn and Stress Relieved. Hard Temper and Treated. Spring Temper and Treated. Precipitation Hardened AT. Precipitation Heat-Treated Plate—Low. Spinodal Hardened AT. Hard Drawn and End Annealed.
As Sand Cast. As Centrifugal Cast. As Plaster Cast. As Pressure Die Cast. As Permanent Mold Cast. As Investment Cast. As Continuous Cast. As Hot Forged—Air Cooled. As Forged—Quenched. As Hot Rolled. As Hot Rolled and Rerolled. As Hot Extruded. As Hot Pierced. As Hot Pierced and Rerolled. Quench Hardened. Quench Hardened and Tempered. Quenched Hardened and Temper Annealed.
Quench Hardened and Temper Annealed, Cold. Drawn and Stress Relieved Interrupted Quench. Extra Hard and Spinodal Hardened. Spring and Spinodal Hardened.
Extra Spring and Spinodal Hardened. Manufacturing Designations. Solution Heat Treated A. Precipitation Heat Treated or Spinodal Heat. As-Welded from Annealed Strip.
As-Welded from Hard Strip. As-Welded from Extra Hard Strip. As-Welded from Spring Strip. As-Welded from Extra Spring Strip. Welded and Light Annealed. Welded and Soft Annealed. Welded and Annealed.
Welded, Drawn, and Stress Relieved from: Three. Use appropriate designation for property or grain size requirements. See 6. Use appropriate designation for property requirement. Keywords 7. ASTM International takes no position respecting the validity of any patent rights asserted in connection with any item mentioned in this standard. Users of this standard are expressly advised that determination of the validity of any such patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, are entirely their own responsibility.
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Login to see your most recently viewed materials here. Or if you don't have an account with us yet, then click here to register. For more general information about over specific copper, brass, and bronze alloy data sheets, choose one of the following links, or use one of our search techniques to reach specific products. In addition to heat treating related attributes such as aging temperature, annealing temperature, and hot-working temperature, MatWeb has a complete list of mechanical and thermal properties and composition specifications for copper-base alloys. System Message. ASTM B Heat Treating Temper Codes for Copper Metal and Copper Alloys Because of the wide variation in important physical properties as a function of an alloy's treatment history, it is imperitive to know and understand the temper in which a copper alloy is to be treated prior to its application.
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