Multimet Overseas is a trusted supplier and stockist of high quality Copper Coils & Strips. We export copper strips and coils in various copper grdaes and sizes as per client requirement. We deliver copper strips and coils to our customers across the globe in proper packaging and on time.
A naturally present, non-ferrous metal called copper has been employed for a variety of purposes in the past. It has strong thermal and electrical conductivity, easy malleability, and, of course, the attractive green patina it develops when exposed to the atmosphere all contribute to this.
For thousands of years, copper has been utilized to make tools, pipelines, and decorative items. It continues to be in great demand today for use across many industries, but particularly for electrical applications.
Because of copper’s numerous qualities, which make it possible to transform it into materials used in producing essential goods and utilities, many of our everyday demands depend on it. There are other metals with comparable characteristics, but they either aren’t as stable or are much less common. Let’s examine some of the features that make copper a fantastic metal.
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Copper Strips and Coils Applications
Our application range has steadily increased thanks to the variety of dimensions, hues, and finishes available in strips, coils, and sheets form as well as our strong metallurgy foundation. Some of our fundamental alloys have been successfully modified to fulfil specifications for lower cost or greater throughput.
The following are just a few of the numerous uses for copper strips and coils:
Types of Copper Strips
Copper Strips are available in various kinds:
Bare Copper Strip
These strips are renowned for their ability to resist corrosion. The automatic machines are where these strips are most frequently used. They are employed primarily for their capacity to enhance production and reduce waste, two crucial attributes. Longer service life, precise engineering and crack-free bends are the main features. While these strips’ available widths range from 6 mm to 359 mm, their thicknesses range from 0.01 mm to 60 mm.
Enamelled Copper Strips
Enamelled copper strips are another common type of strip produced by a maker of copper strips. They are mostly utilised for insulation. Its exceptional performance value supports a variety of applications. They have no flaws; thus, a variety of switch gears and oil field transformers are where they are most frequently used. In fact, numerous companies also employ copper enamelled strips for binding. The strips are used to connect a variety of components, including high-voltage motors, electrical stators, and specialised transformers. Durability, tensile strength, resistance to heat, weather, and water, as well as flexibility, are significant characteristics of these strips.
The three primary product categories on the market are polyesterimide enamelled rectangle copper strip class 180, polyester enamelled rectangle copper strip class 155 and polyesterimide enamelled rectangle copper strip class 200 that has been overcoated with polyamide-imide. All of these goods have the same cross-sectional areas and width, which range from 3 square mm to 75 square mm and 1 mm to 5 mm, respectively.
Specifications of Copper Strips & Coils:
DIFFERENT GRADES OF COPPER STRIPS AND COILS
Pure Copper Strips & Coils
Commercially available coppers have a total impurity content of 0.7%. They are incredibly ductile and soft. To make pure coppers more rigid, additional elements are frequently added. The diluted coppers will be assigned a UNS number ranging from C10100 to C13000 depending on the types and amounts of alloys and additives applied.
Oxygen Free Copper
The purest coppers are those that are oxygen free. They have the least number of volatile impurities and at the very least, contain 99.99% copper. Due to its frequent use in glass-to-metal sealing and transmitter tubes in high vacuum electronics, this form of copper is very conductive. It has the UNS identifier C10100 to C10200.
Copper that has undergone electrolysis-based refinement to produce tough pitch is called electrolytic copper. The metal can be processed using both hot and cold techniques. The UNS code for it is C11000.
Sulphur and telluride are added to free-machining copper to improve its machinability. All these elements will be added in about 0.5%. Copper that can be free-machined and contains sulphur is given the UNS C14700 designation, whereas copper that contains telluride is given the C14500 rating.
We are one of the India’s trusted manufacturer and exporter of Copper Strips and Coils. We are exporting Copper Strips & Coils globally. Our export countries includes:
United States, Mexico, Canada, Guatemala, Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Belize, Bahamas, Barbados, Saint Lucia, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Saint Kitts and Nevis
Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Falkland Islands
Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic (Czechia), Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Hungary, Belarus, Austria, Serbia, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, Slovakia, Norway, Ireland, Croatia, Moldova, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Slovenia, Latvia, Estonia, Montenegro, Luxembourg, Malta, Iceland, Andorra, Monaco, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Holy See
India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, Turkey, Iran, Thailand, Myanmar, South Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, Malaysia, Yemen, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Syria, Cambodia, Jordan, Azerbaijan, United Arab Emirates, Tajikistan, Israel, Laos, Lebanon, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Singapore, Oman, State of Palestine, Kuwait, Georgia, Mongolia, Armenia, Qatar, Bahrain, Timor-Leste, Cyprus, Bhutan, Maldives, Brunei
Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Micronesia, Vanuatu, Samoa, Kiribati, Tonga, Marshall Islands, Palau, Tuvalu, Naur