Copper plate refers to a sheet or flat piece made from copper metal. It is commonly used in various applications due to the excellent properties of copper, such as its high conductivity, corrosion resistance, and malleability.
C10100 Copper Plate, also known as oxygen-free electronic (OFE) copper, is a high-purity copper plate with a minimum copper content of 99.99%. It is one of the purest forms of copper available commercially and has excellent electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and corrosion resistance.
C10400 is a specific copper alloy known as phosphorized copper or oxygen-free copper. It is a high-purity copper alloy with the addition of a small amount of phosphorus, which helps improve the metal’s electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance.
C11000 (ASTM) and T2 (GB) copper plate refer to electrolytic pure copper plate, which are oxygen free electrolytic copper. This copper alloy has extremely high conductivity and thermal conductivity, as well as good plasticity and welding performance.
Copper is a naturally occurring, its ease of malleability, high electrical and thermal conductivity.Copper has been used to craft tools, piping and decorative elements for thousands of years. Today, it remains in high demand for use in many industries, but especially for electrical applications.
C14420 is a low tin high conductivity copper alloy. The strength and hardness of this alloy are higher than pure copper, and it has very high conductivity, with a slightly lower resistivity than pure copper. It is an ideal choice for manufacturing high demand electronic and conductive devices.
C17200 Beryllium Copper is a type of alloy that includes copper and a small amount of beryllium. It offers excellent corrosion resistance and can withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for demanding environments.