Copper

Copper, with its golden-red color,  is soft, malleable and ductile and an excellent conductor of both electricity and heat. Copper alloys have a minimum of 99.3% copper content.  Applications include wire and cable, electronics, electric motors, architecture, cookware and jewelry.

Copper Grades

  • 101

  • 102

  • 110

  • 120

  • 122

  • 145

  • 150

  • 162

  • 165

  • 172

  • 173

  • 180

  • 182

  • 187

  • 1751

  • 1815

  • 1914

  • 1916

  • 9935

Copper Shapes

  • Hexagon

  • Rectangular

  • Round

  • Sheet

  • Square

Copper Grades

101 Super-Conductive Copper

  • Also known as Oxygen-Free Copper (OFE & OFHC)

  • 99.99% Pure

  • Superior electrical conductivity

  • Can be welded, soldered and brazed

  • Not heat treatable

  • Meets ASTM F68

110 Multipurpose

Copper

  • Also known as Electrolytic Tough Pitch Copper (ETP)

  • Offers high electrical conductivity and formability

  • 99.90% Pure

  • Can be soldered and brazed

  • Not heat treatable

  • Meets ASTM B187

145 Easy-To-Machine Copper

  • Also known as Tellurium Copper

  • High machinability

  • High electrical conductivity

  • Corrosion resistant

  • Can be soldered and brazed

  • Not heat treatable

  • Meets ASTM B301

102 Super-Conductive Copper

  • Also known as Oxygen-Free Copper (OFE & OFHC)

  • 99.99% Pure

  • Superior electrical conductivity

  • Can be welded, soldered and brazed

  • Not heat treatable

  • Meets ASTM F68

122 Weldable

Copper

  • Phosphorus added making it   easy to weld

  • Corrosion resistant

  • Less electrically conductive than other grades

  • Not heat treatable

  • Meets ASTM B251

182 High-Strength

Copper

  • Also known as RWMA Class 2 Chromium Copper

  • Stronger, harder and more wear resistant than 110 Copper

  • Cannot be soldered, brazed or welded

  • Can be heat treated

  • Meets ASTM B301

 
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