Copper Powder from 50gr to 5kg Cu-ETP Pure Metal 99% Element 29
Properties of copperppver: good corrosion resistance; good physicap properties; durability; good further processing;
Main applications of copperppver: Electronic industry (thick and thin film applications, mixing in silver pastes); Conductive plastics; Special PM applications; Catalysts;
Weight tolerance can be up to +/-2%.
- Production time - none. Already in stock.
- Preparation for dispatch - 2-3 working days.
- Delivery time - depending on the parcel service. Look at the faq please.
The chemical element copper, along with gold, silver and tin, is one of the metals used by people in ancient times. There are many copper products available in the Auremo online shop.
Copper powders have good physical properties. They are resistant in pure air and water. They have a melting point of 1083 °C and a boiling point of 2597 °C.
Storage conditions: Store containers tightly closed, cool and dry. Protect from humidity and water. Information about protection against fire and explosion: Store copper powder separately from oxidising agents and acids.
Keep copper powder away from food and drink. Do not eat, drink or smoke during work. Wash hands before breaks and at the end of work.
Copper is a semi-precious metal and belongs to the group of industrial metals. It is used as a raw material in its pure form and also as an alloy in a wide variety of applications. Due to its good electrical conductivity, it is widely used in the electrical industry.
Properties of copper powder:
- good corrosion resistance
- good physical properties
- good further processing
Main application of copper powder:
- Electronics industry (thick and thin film applications, mixing in silver pastes)
- Conductive plastics
- Special PM applications
If you have any questions about purchasing, our customer service team will be happy to help.
|Country and region of manufacture:||Germany|
|Manufacturer number:||Not applicable|
Physical properties (guide values at 20°C):
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