Copper

Precision copper stamping

Copper is a softer metal, known for its strength, ductility, ductility, thermal and electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, non-magnetic properties and workability. Compared with all non-precious metals, copper has the highest level of conductivity, which makes it an excellent material choice for power applications.

Aluminum bronze has high strength, hardness and wear resistance, and is often used to make gear blanks, threads and other parts. Aluminum bronze has good corrosion resistance, so it can be used to manufacture corrosion-resistant parts such as propellers and valves. Aluminum bronze does not produce sparks under impact and can be used to make non-sparking tool materials.

Brass is an alloy composed of copper and zinc. Brass composed of copper and zinc is called ordinary brass. If it is a variety of alloys composed of more than two elements, it is called special brass. Brass has strong wear resistance. Brass is often used to make valves, water pipes, connecting pipes for internal and external air conditioners, and radiators.

Red copper is second only to silver in electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity, and is widely used in the production of electrical and thermal equipment. Red copper has good corrosion resistance in the atmosphere, sea water, certain non-oxidizing acids (hydrochloric acid, dilute sulfuric acid), alkali, salt solution and a variety of organic acids (acetic acid, citric acid), and is used in the chemical industry. In addition, red copper has good weldability and can be processed into various semi-finished and finished products through cold and thermoplastic processing.