Copper

Copper is highly formable, corrosion resistant with high conductivity.

Copper is the world's third most commonly used metal, behind iron and aluminium. Copper was popular in ancient times due to its formability and corrosion resistance. These qualities are still prized, but copper's thermal and electrical conductivity is what makes it so widely used today. 

Copper 110

Key Features
  • High conductivity electrical Copper
  • Ductile and highly formable
  • Corrosion Resistant
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Copper 122 Phosphorus-Deoxidised

Key Features
  • Lower conductivity than 110 Copper
  • Pleasing appearance
  • Ductile and highly formable
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Copper Beryllium 25

Key Features
  • Ultra-High Tensile Strength
  • High fatigue strength
  • Wear resistant
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How Much do Metal Castings Cost?

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