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CNBM, is the leading professional designer and manufacturer for copper mould tubes & plates as well as the complete sets of equipments & spare parts used for hundreds of domestic and abroad steel plants. The copper moulds supplied by CNBM adopt advanced European technology. Nowadays, CNBM is one of the largest copper moulds supplier and exporter with more than 30% market share in domestic market and 5% in the world market. We commit to supply products with world-class quality, competitive price, flexible payment terms, speedy delivery and excellent service, and we can also give technical guidance to help our customers to reduce the cost and increase the productivity. We have got high reputation from various customers all over the world.

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We are supplying High and Best Quality Copper Mould Tubes, which is the world's most Renowned and Reputed.

We supply Copper Moulds of Highest Quality, ensuring Maximum Life, excellent Heat Resistivity and smoothest Casting Operational efficiency.

With Size range 50x50~500x500mm, Length 700-1000mm Radius      R2500-R16000,

Steady and high quality,

Material  Cu-DHP (SF-Cu DIN1787), CuAg0.1, Cu-Cr-Zr;Coating   Cr, Ni-Co-Cr

We can design as per the customer’s specific requirements.

With lots of export expriences all around the world,

Fast shipment; 30-40days for for production;

Packing : Strong, export worthy wooden cases.

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Square copper mould tubes/copper mould tube

Square copper mould tubes/copper mould tube




Size range 50x50~500x500mm

Length     700-1000mm

Radius      R2500-R16000

Internal geometries    Par parallel, single tapered, double tapered, multi-tapered, parabolic tapered   

Material  Cu-DHP (SF-Cu DIN1787), CuAg0.1, Cu-Cr-Zr

Coating   Cr, Ni-Co-Cr

* We can design as per the customer’s specific requirements.



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Q:How do you protect a copper top roof above a bay window?
A packet of unsweetened kool-aid will do the trick. Mix it up with 1/2 the water recommened and use a green scrub pad like the one you use for dish washing. Personally i like the way copper turns, the green is tell tale of the copper underneath.
Q:copper sulphate ion diagram?
once you place copper sulphate in copper sulphate answer it grows via electrolysis. Copper sulphate is a often blanketed chemical in youngster's chemistry contraptions and is typically used in extreme college crystal turning out to be and copper plating experiments. inspite of the undeniable fact that via its toxicity, it isn't any longer nicely reported for infants an exceedingly dilute answer of copper sulfate is used to handle aquarium fish of countless parasitic infections. inspite of the undeniable fact that, via fact the copper ions additionally are fantastically poisonous to the fish, care must have an interest in the dosage. maximum species of algae might nicely be controlled with very low concentrations of copper sulfate. Copper sulfate is used at school chemistry classes to illustrate the belief of mineral hydration. The pentahydrate type, it relatively is blue, is heated, turning the copper sulfate into the anhydrous type it relatively is white, on an identical time as the water that became modern-day interior the pentahydrate type evaporates. while water is then extra to the anhydrous compound, it turns lower back into the pentahydrate type, regaining its blue coloration.
Q:How many kilograms of copper...?
CuS is called covellite. CuS Composition:Molecular Weight = 95.61gm Copper 66.46 % Cu Sulfur 33.54 % S ______ 100.00 % 1 metric tonne = 1,000 kg Solution: 4 metric tonnes x 1,000 kg/1metric tonne = 4,000 kg or copper ore 4,000 kg x 0.05 CuS = 200 kg CuS 200 kg CuS x 0.6646 Cu = 132.92 kg Cu ANS: 132.92 kg Cu teddy boy
Q:Where can i buy copper bullion bars?
I've never heard of copper bullion being sold before. If you want pure copper, you might as well just buy scrap copper wire or copper cathodes. I think scrap copper is like $5 per pound or less. You could always melt it down yourself and turn it into bars. Where exactly do you plan to re-sell copper bars, though? Gold/silver bullion is hard enough to sell and it's a precious commodity.
Q:Copper(II) ions can be precipitated as copper(II) carbonate.?
... How many mL of 0.120 M Na2CO3 would be needed to precipitate all of the copper ions in 25.7 mL of 0.149 M CuSO4? ... 1. The relationship M1V1 = M2V2 will be used 2. M1 = 0.120 M Na2CO3 V1 = unknown 3. M2 = 0.149 M CuSO4 V2 = 25.7 mL 4. Rearrange the equation in 1 to solve for V1: V1 = (M2V2)/M1 5. Plug in the numbers and calculate V1: V1 = ((0.149 M CuSO4)*(25.7 mL of CuSO4)/(0.120 M Na2CO3) V1 = 31.9 mL of Na2CO3 ... How many grams of CuCO3 could be recovered? ... This will be the weight equivalent to the number of moles precipitated. ... all of the copper ions in 25.7 mL of 0.149 M CuSO4 ... is used to calculate the moles of copper salt produced (the number of moles of copper will be the same in the reactant and product). moles of copper in CuSO4 = ((25.7 mL) * (1 L/1000 mL)) * (0.149 M) = 0.00383 moles The same number of moles of CuCO3 can be precipitated. Formula weight of CuCO3 = 123.6 g/mole (to four sig figs) (63.546 + 12.011 + 3*15.9994 = 123.5552 ) Weight of CuCO3 that can be produced = ( 0.00383 moles) * (123.6 g/mole) = 0.473 g
Q:copper quarter?
It is more likely a quarter that had been in water or has other environmental damage. In order to be a copper quarter the outside layers would have to been missed when the blank was made. It then would be real thin and weigh a lot less than 5.67 grams of a normal quarter. Cleaning it would damage it more, for it is damage in the first place.
Q:When using air-conditioning, the entire copper pipe surface will produce a lot of condensation water, the cooling effect? Will it affect the life of the air conditioner?
Brass produce condensed water but not ice cream is a kind of refrigeration system normally do not have to worry about. But there is a situation to deal with is in the brass outside the thermal insulation layer of condensed water which is not normal because: the insulation layer is too thin insulation layer is unqualified; when installing the bandage bandage too tight (though it doesn't affect the service life and the refrigeration effect but still need to be solved Water Leakage); or ice cream has brass that leads to the heat preservation layer outside the condensate water, this kind of phenomenon in general state of ice cream or refrigeration tube belongs to the shortage of refrigerant to leak and refrigerant, thick tube ice or frost is too much refrigerant inside the machine, the heat exchange of refrigerant circulating pipeline is bad even blockage caused by dredging needs!
Q:who knows who found copper and when it was discovered?
Copper, as native copper is one of the few metals to naturally occur as an uncompounded mineral. Copper was known to some of the oldest civilizations on record, and has a history of use that is at least 10,000 years old. A copper pendant was found in what is now northern Iraq that dates to 8700 BC. By 5000 BC, there are signs of copper smelting, the refining of copper from simple copper compounds such as malachite or azurite. Among archaeological sites in Anatolia, Çatal Höyük (~6000 BC) features native copper artifacts and smelted lead beads, but no smelted copper. But Can Hasan (~5000 BC) had access to smelted copper; this site has yielded the oldest known cast copper artifact, a copper mace head. Copper smelting appears to have been developed independently in several parts of the world. In addition to its development in Anatolia by 5000 BC, it was developed in China before 2800 BC, in Central America around 600 AD, and in West Africa around 900 AD. There are copper and bronze artifacts from Sumerian cities that date to 3000 BC, and Egyptian artifacts in copper and copper alloyed with tin nearly as old. In one pyramid, a copper plumbing system was found that is 5000 years old.
Q:Is copper body jewelry safe?
I wouldn't do it. There's a reason you don't see much copper jewelry out there. Why not just save up and invest in some plugs that won't give you an ear infection?
Q:is copper a good investment?
Is Copper A Good Investment

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