Copper

Copper has a high electrical and thermal conductivity. It has good corrosion-resistant properties, can be easily cold worked and strain hardened.

Thanks to its high electrical and thermal conductivity, copper is a highly versatile metal. It has good corrosion-resistant properties, can be easily cold worked and strain hardened.
 
To produce our erosion blanks, we use e.g. the Cu-ETP listed below.
Material Code(as per DIN EN) Cu-ETP CU-HCP Cu-DHP Cu-OF
Material Number (as per DIN EN) CW004A CW021A CW024A CW008A
Material Code(as per DIN) E-Cu58 bzw. E-Cu57 SE-Cu SF-Cu OF-Cu
Material Number (as per DIN EN) 2.0065/2.0060 2.0070 2.0090 2.0040
Type in stock Rund Vierkant Flach Sechskant Platten Bleche Rund Platten Platten Bleche Rohr, Buchse Vierkantrohr Rund Platten Bleche
Properties Oxygenated (touch-pitch) copper manufactured by electrolytic refining:  Highly conductive for heat and electricity, excellent working properties  High purity and deoxidized copper with low residual phosphorus content. Highly conductive for heat and electricity, excellent cold and hot working properties, good corrosion resistance, good welding and hard soldering properties, good hydrogen resistance  Deoxidized oxygen-free copper with limited, high residual phosphorus content: Excellent working properties, excellent welding and hard soldering properties, excellent hydrogen resistance  Oxygen-free, manufactured without use of deoxidizing agents. High electrical conductivity. Can be heat treated, welded or hard soldered without special provisions. No measures required to prevent hydrogen embrittlement
Use

Components of electrotechnology and electronics, as material for eroding and electrodes 

Components of electrotechnology and electronics (cable ties, welded cables), as cladding material)

Piping (in particular in gas and water installation, in heating and air conditioning technology as well as plant engineering) roof and wall coverings (civil engineering), apparatus engineering, general usage where electrical conductivity is not a top priority

Electrotechnology

Density
(g/cm³) approx.
8,93 8,90 8,94 8,90
Data sheet german copper institute Cu-ETP   Cu-DHP