Copper Products:

ETP: High electrical conductivity grade
DHP: High phosphor deoxidized
Silver Bearing Copper: For better brazing applications
Tin Bearing Copper



Application of Copper:

Copper and Copper alloy Sheets, Strips,Foils, Plates, Wire and Circles have a wide range of applications in numerous sectors of industry. In fact, prior to the iron and steel age, which commenced only a few hundred years ago, copper and its alloys were the principal metals used by mankind. Cold Rolling of copper into sheets and strips commenced in a mechanized manner in the 14th century and conversion of these sheets and strips into other products form have been developing for the last six hundred years.


Copper itself has a face-centred cubic structure that is usefully ductile at room temperatures and can be deformed easily whether hot or cold. It work-hardens relatively slowly. Additions of other metals are frequently made to improve properties such as strength,hardness,machinability, corrosion resistance or for other special reasons. Most are soluble to some extent in the copper, retaining the alpha face-centred cubic structure up to the limit of solubility but with progressive effects on strength, hardness and rate of work hardening.









Technical Specifications


Chemical composition of Copper



Copper - Typical Mechanical properties