High Density Copper Profile for Electric Power Equipment

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Product: High Density Copper Profile for Electric Power Equipment

Type Specifications: T2, TU1, TU2
Copper profile is processed copper with special shapes, and is mainly used in electric power equipment, railway sliding wire, and electronic leadframe, Feichi Copper & Aluminum owns several patents for high-density copper profile production, with the products of strong competitiveness and widely welcomed by the customers


High Density Copper Profile for Electric Power Equipment Specifications
 

              Type

Cu%(WT)

W%(WT)

RWMA

Density

E-conductivity(Min)


heat conduction

thermal expensivity

Class

(Min)

Hardness

((W/mK))



(Min)


CuW55

45±2

Balance

10

12.30g/cm3

49%IACS

125HB

~260

~11.7(10-6/K)   

CuW60

40±2

Balance


12.75g/cm3

47%IACS

140HB



CuW65

35±2

Balance


3.30g/cm3

44%IACS

155HB



CuW70

30±2

Balance


13.80g/cm3

42%IACS

175HB

~240

~9.7(10-6/K)

CuW75

25±2

Balance

11

14.50g/cm3

38%IACS

195HB

200~230

9.0~9.5 (10-6/K)

CuW80

20±2

Balance

12

15.15g/cm3

34%IACS

220HB

  190~210

8.0~8.5 (10-6/K)

CuW85

15±2

Balance


15.90g/cm3

30%IACS

240HB

  180~200

7.0~7.5(10-6/K)


Copper profile is processed copper with special shapes, and is mainly used in electric power equipment, railway sliding wire, and electronic leadframe, we owns several patents for high-density copper profile production, with the products of strong competitiveness and widely welcomed by the customers

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Q:copper price?
It depends on where you are. all scrap metal yards are different.
Q:what elements react with copper easily?
Many elements will react readily with copper. Oxygen will react with copper at any temperature to form an oxide and sulphur will react with copper at any temperature to form a sulphide or sulphate depending on the conditions. Just to clarify from above. Mercury and lead generally will not react with copper unless complexed with many other elements or alloyed in a pure metal compound. NaCl (Salt) is not an element so that doesn't count but copper will react with chlorine to form a chloride and generally will not react with sodium. Copper will react with fluorine as well. There is in fact a trend here. Take a look on wikipedia about the periodic table. You will see that the elements copper primarily reacts with are on the right side of the transition metals. And moreover I can tell you that copper will react more readily with halogens and non-metals that it will with metalloids or other metals. This is because of the strength an atom will hold its electrons with. Copper will more readily give up some of its outer electrons and a halogen (like chlorine) is more willing to take those electrons. Hope this helps! Cheers, Andrew
Q:What is the value of silver plated copper?
oh probably not much. copper is like 2.95 an ounce and the silver plating wouldn't be worth a whole lot. however silver is a good investment. check out this book. 49b272gdyioof56gi4wqz0p441.hop.cl... its a hedge against inflation and more affordable than gold. it's expected to go to the moon as an industrial metal. no scam here just neighborly advise. it only cost the government 18 cents to make a 100 dollar bill. they are printing the piss out of money. better buy silver and gold!
Q:Can copper cause harm to the body?
Copper is a metal that occurs naturally in the environment, and also in plants and animals. Low levels of copper are essential for maintaining good health. High levels can cause harmful effects such as irritation of the nose, mouth and eyes, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea, and even death. As with all things, if taken as prescribed and in moderation you should have no problems, but taken against advised direction or used excessively and one is in a heap of trouble. Cheers
Q:production of copper?
i cant go into the details of it,because i learnt it years ago. but the ore is purified using electrolysis. (look it up, in wikipedia) then once pure it is melted and rolled into sheets (typically).
Q:science (copper) question:::?
If you think about these you can work it out. A penny is made of copper. Is a penny liquid at room temperature? No. Does a penny react with water to form an acid? No. Does a penny react with oxygen (the air)? Yes, but over a long time (old pennies are tarnished which is oxidation). The first one (ductile) doesn't have much to do with a penny - but have you ever seen the inside of an extension cord or speaker wire or any electrical wires? Its copper. So it must be able to be drawn into a wire.
Q:What are the differences if copper and burnt copper are mixed with HCl?
Regular copper is simply Cu. Burned copper forms Cupric oxide, CuO. If the copper is pure, and the HCl is dilute, there will be no reaction, or a very slow one (if it's impure) because its reactivity is too low (Below Hydrogen) in the reactivity series. This is because copper metal is usually Cu2. Basically, the copper binds tighter to itself than it would with Cl. Burnt copper will react, creating water and copper chloride (CuCl2) because it can let go f the oxygen more easily. This is a double replacement reaction.
Q:What is the use of the refrigerator, copper pipe, iron pipe, aluminum pipe,
The aluminum pipe is more corrosion resistant than the iron tube, and the iron pipe is not corrosion resistant, so I suggest you choose the aluminum pipe!In fact, the best or copper pipe, but now no manufacturers have produced, mainly or cost!
Q:Where are the squid pipes after the bombing of the arsenal?
After my experiment, it was on the bridge that I could not fight it before it was hit by a chariot
Q:About the problem of degreasing copper tube in medical gas pipeline 30
Weight calculation, more reliableThe Secretary calculates easily.D16*1.0 outside diameter 16mm, wall thickness 1mm

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