Heat treatable and corrosion resistant, our chromium copper alloy is a highly electrically conductive and strong alloy that combines high strength and high electrical conductivity. Resistance welding electrodes switch gears, seam welding wheels, circuit breaker parts, cable connectors, molds, spot welding tips, and electrical and thermal conductors are just a few of the applications that call for its strength. Chromium copper has many advantageous properties, including cost-effectiveness, high strength, and high conductivity. A copper-based alloy with heat treatability and exceptional qualities is mostly due to the heat treatment applied to it. Its qualities combine great hardness, wear resistance, and strength with relatively high thermal and electrical conductivity, making it an excellent choice for electrical and thermal applications.