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Copper Sheets & Plates

Copper sheets and plates, or Electrolytic Tough Pitch (ETP), are one of the most widely available alloys and popular metals in an array of industries and applications due to their exceptional electrical and thermal conductivity and corrosion-resistant properties.

Copper Plate and Sheet Benefits

Copper alloys, whether fashioned into a sheet or plate, offer enormous benefits to the application it is used in. Explore what benefits copper delivers in different applications:

Electrical & Thermal Applications

  • Copper's exceptional electrical conductivity reduces energy losses and improves efficiency in power distribution systems while its excellent flexibility allows for easy shaping and bending, enabling complex electrical designs.
  • Copper prolongs the life of electrical components due to its low electrical resistivity and thermal conductivity, enhancing energy efficiency, performance, and effective heat dissipation.
  • Copper's high thermal conductivity allows for efficient heat transfer, crucial for maintaining optimal temperatures in HVAC systems and electronic devices.

Architectural & Plumbing Applications

  • Copper provides long-lasting protection against weather elements due to excellent corrosion resistance, making it a popular option for roofing, gutters, and downspouts.
  • Copper is popular in architectural features due to its workability, allowing for intricate designs and custom shapes.
  • Copper delivers reliable connections in plumbing systems due to excellent solderability and with its antimicrobial properties, enhances hygiene in water supply systems.

Arts & Crafts Applications

  • Copper's malleability allows artists to create detailed and intricate designs. Its natural beauty and patina add aesthetic value to sculptures and artwork.
  • Copper's ease of shaping and joining enhances creativity in jewelry design.

Alcobra's Selection of Copper Plates and Copper Sheets

Our copper sheet and copper plate selection come in a variety of sizes and thickness options, with both hot and cold forming offered when extensive machining is not required.
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