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  • Copper
    Copper conducts electricity at a rate 97% that of silver, and is the standard for electrical conductivity. Copper provides a diverse range of properties: good thermal and electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, ease of forming, ease of joining, and color. In addition, however, copper and its
  • Copper vs Copper Tungsten Flanges
    Barry Industries offers parts using flanges made from both copper tungsten (CuW) and copper (Cu) flange materials. In the case of the copper tungsten flange material the construction is 100% brazed. Copper flange construction uses an appropriate solder material to attach the ceramic part
  • Copper Optics Capabilities
    n the infra-red wavebands from 1µm to over 10µm the copper surface will maintain its reflectivity of over 90%.
  • Bronze and Copper-Alloy Bearings
    Dozens of copper alloys are available as bearing materials. Most of these can be grouped into five classes: copper lead, copper tin (sometimes called tin bronze), leaded bronze, aluminum bronze, and beryllium copper. As a general rule in these alloys, a higher lead content promotes compatibility
  • Indium/Copper Intermetallics (.pdf)
    Indium and copper diffuse into one another creating brittle intermetallic formations that. could cause failures in applications that are sensitive to shock or thermal cycling.
  • Preheating copper bars [PFS]
    To preheat two copper bars to temperature within 30 seconds; the client is looking to replace a competitor's 5kW induction heating system that is delivering unsatisfactory results...
  • Back to the future with copper brazing
    Anneal-resistant copper alloys and a dedicated brazing process could bring copper's high strength and heat conductivity back to air conditioning. Remember when copper was commonly used in mobile air conditioning? Hans Fernqvist does. He's a leading technical expert on climate AC systems at and has
  • Copper Shines in Motor Rotors
    Use of rotors cast from copper brings efficiencies that let small motors handle big jobs. * Induction motors employing copper rotors can be smaller than equivalent versions with aluminum rotors. * Copper rotors exhibit lower losses than aluminum which lets them run cooler and be more efficient

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