As a naturally occurring metal, copper has been used since the early ages and known for its non-magnetic property and unique reddish-brown color. Most of the bronze and brass alloys have more than 80% copper content in their composition.
As a ductile material, copper has high machinability besides its high corrosion resistance. Moreover, it has excellent electrical conductivity, as well as good heat conductivity.
Features & Applications
- Shows excellent electrical conductivity
- Shows high ductility
- Shows good heat conductivity
- Shows high corrosion resistance
- Shows high machinability
- Has natural antimicrobial properties and shows high biofouling resistance
- Non-magnetic metal
- Electrical connectors
- Radiator components
- Heat exchangers
- Decorative products