High Purity Copper Alloy Bar for Electric Power

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Product: High Purity Copper Alloy Bar

Product: High Purity Copper Alloy Bar 

Type: T2, TU1, TU2, TP2

Produced by low-vacuum copper smelting casting technology with its intellectual property right owned by Feichi Copper & Aluminum; high density and high purity product with low hydrogen and oxygen content, usually processed into copper products of various shapes and widely applied in steel making, electric power, ship building, and machinery sectors

 

High Purity High Density Copper Alloy Bar specification
 

              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)

 

 High Purity High Density Copper Alloy Bar Application:

Produced by low-vacuum copper smelting casting technology with its intellectual property right; high density and high purity product with low hydrogen and oxygen content, usually processed into copper products of various shapes and widely applied in steelmaking, electric power, shipbuilding, and machinery sectors

 

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Q:Help with copper plating?
Electrolysis - look up electrolytic purication of copper. As for zinc, just dipping it into a solution of a copper salt will plate it, but probably not as well as you wuld like - the copper tends to fall off.
Q:physics question about sheet of copper..........?
C. It's called magnetic or eddy-current damping, and the force is proportional to the speed of plate movement, the conductivity of the copper, the square of the magnetic field strength and the volume of copper in the field. Basically you can think of the copper plate as a series of short-circuited coils which generate circulating currents which in turn generate magnetic fields opposing the motion, not unlike a shorted generator. Since the current increases as the conductivity of the plate does, it's especially noticeable with thick plates of copper and aluminum. (You don't want magnetic materials like iron because the magnetic force will interfere with isolating and feeling the damping force.) When damping force is proportional to velocity it's often called viscous damping, which is just how it feels, like the plate is immersed in honey.
Q:How was copper smelted during the Copper Age?
To my knowledge there was never a Copper Age. You go Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age. Bronze is an amalgam of copper with a small amount of tin. The period runs from about 2,000 B.C. to about 700 B.C. The basic production is to make a mould of the item you want from clay. First you make the desired item from wax. Then you enclose the wax in clay, leaving a hole in the top. Heating the copper/tin mix in a crucible until it melts then pour what is now bronze into the hole in the mould. The bronze melts the wax and replaces it, (the lost wax technique). At the early stages of mining, men used deer antler picks to dig narrow tunnels in ore bearing rock. Copper stains the surrounding rocks green, so a seam of copper is relatively easy to spot. Copper and tin do not usually occur together, so bronze seems to suggest a trade system. Britain, and especially Cornwall were known in antiquity by the Phoenicians as the Tin Isles.
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Q:Displacement Reactions - Copper Sulphate and Zinc. Can you explain this to me?
Zinc And Copper Sulfate Reaction
Q:what is a copper smelter plant?
a million. extracting ore from floor (mining expenses) two. crushing/grinding to unencumber copper minerals (milling expenses) three. extracting copper minerals (metallurgical expenses) four. transport listen to smelter five. smelting expenses These expenses are a blend of labour, capital creation & offerings. Before all this occurs there are the expenses of exploration, mine making plans and mine progress. After all this occurs there's the fee of rehabilitation and environmental tracking.
Q:Copper Sulfate From the Hardware Store?
There are enzyme & microbe based treatments for septic structures which would be particularly helpful on fat, proteins & carbohydrate based obstructions, in spite of the fact that if of direction the by using way of-merchandise actually feed the roots of residing flowers.Copper Sulfate will kill living flowers and is no longer horribly corrosive or poisonous.
Q:The copper tubes marked with air conditioners are 6.35 and 9.52. Can you use 6 and 10?
You can call outside the pipe diameter is integer, will not be fine to the decimal pointAskIs it understandable that the difference between 0. is not a problem, right?Chasing the answerYou can understand that
Q:i need a copper block, 5mm x 20mm x 20mm, any thoughts?
You need a copper as sized you mentioned in your question, if this copper is not available in your locak market, then you can do one thing, you can collect the copper raw material, which you can fine in copper base electric wire, and then you can melt it and mold it in your size, copper is easy to melt and mold, and according to your size you need only 0.020 kg, (20 gram of copper) needed to melt, Copper melting point is 1083 C, and its density is 8.9, think how you can melt and mold, if you need more information you can write me at kkggmistry@yahoo.co.in
Q:The heat is too hot in the copper coated with thermal grease?
No, in order to fill the gap thermal grease is two when the contact so that the heat is rapidly conducted, while you are in the heat pipe coated with silicone grease, not only to the cooling effect but counterproductive, pure copper is too hot you can only strengthen the ventilation can play a role in cooling.

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