There are 400 different copper alloys. Each one is distinguished by a number of properties that can be tailored to a specific application or manufacturing process.
“Pure” copper is the alloy with the highest capacity for conducting electricity and exchanging heat between various metals, while also being corrosion resistant.
- Cu ETP CW004A
- Cu Be2 CW101C
- Cu Cr1 Zr CW106C
- Cu Ni2 Si CW111C
- Cu-OF CW008A
Here are the main features of copper forgings:
The alloy with the highest ability to conduct electricity and exchange heat between different metals is “pure” copper.
Specific weight is about 8.94 kg/dm3.