Copper Products:

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

We use A Grade Copper Cathodes to cast ETP and DHP slabs. Each melt/charge is chemically tested in our state-of-the-art test house to ensure impurity levels in ppm levels.

The slabs are then hot rolled to a desired thickness. Surface milling is carried out to remove all oxides and foreign inclusions, leaving a pristine metal surface that is perfect for further cold rolling.

This state-of-the-art process ensures that our copper slabs meet the highest quality standards and are free of impurities. We are confident that our copper slabs will meet your needs for a variety of applications, including:

  • Electrical conductors
  • Building materials
  • Consumer products
  • Industrial machinery
  • Medical devices

We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality copper products. Our copper smelting and rolling process is one of the most advanced in the world, and we are confident that it produces copper slabs that meet your exact specifications.

DHP Copper: A High Phosphorus Copper Alloy for a Variety of Applications

DHP copper is a high phosphorus copper alloy that is not susceptible to hydrogen embrittlement. This makes it a good choice for applications where corrosion resistance is important, such as in distiller/brewery tubes, plumbing, and heat exchanger shells/kettles/condenser tubes. However, DHP copper has lower electrical conductivity than other copper alloys, so it is not suitable for applications where high electrical conductivity is required.

DHP copper is available in a variety of forms, including sheets, plates, pipes, tubes, and fittings. It can also be processed into other shapes, such as rods, wires, foils, strips, profiles/sections, billets for forging and extrusions, anodes, balls, and nuggets.

ETP Copper: The Standard Type of Commercial Wrought Copper

ETP copper, also known as tough pitch copper, is the standard type of commercial wrought copper used in the production of sheet, plate, bar, rod, strip, and wire. It has an extremely wide range of applications based on its conductivity, corrosion resistance, workability, and beauty. ETP copper is used in a variety of applications, including electrical, telecommunications, architectural, and antimicrobial. It is also available in a variety of forms, including flats, rods, wires, plates/sheets, foils, strips, profiles/sections, billets for forging and extrusions, anodes, balls, and nuggets.






Technical Specifications


Chemical composition of Copper



Copper - Typical Mechanical properties

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