In an industrial scale rolled copper is most commonly used in mechanical engineering, the automotive industry, in special metalworking, as well as in the production of railway and electric transport. Due to the excellent processing properties of copper marks used in the production of rolled products, and the latter can be used in the chemical and petroleum industries.
In the industrial market of non-ferrous metal rolled copper flat products represented by the following types:
- Copper belts. Flat Rolled steel supplied in rolls / coils.
- A standard size sheets 600h1500 mm, the plate thickness of 0.5-50 mm.
- Strips. Flat-rolled copper strip with 0.4-6 mm thickness and a width of 40-100 mm.
- Foil Roll Technology. Thin flat steel of rectangular cross-section.
- Plates rectangular, normal and high accuracy in length and width.
- Ingots of rectangular and trapezoidal cross-section.
- Anodes. Supplied in the form of spheres, plates.
- Solders. Delivered in the form of rods, bars, strips.
The given types of products most often made of copper alloy grades M0, M1, M2, M3, and their modifications. The technical and operational characteristics depend on the percentage of impurities in the composition (oxygen, zinc, phosphorus and the like. D.).
To connect the sections of rolled metal products by rolling copper solder is used as solder. Certain additives and their quantity in percentage of alloy solder influence its technological properties. For example, to exclude the flux processing, which leads to additional costs, you can use copper-phosphorous solder, which itself already has a good property of flux. For lowering the melting temperature of the solder used copper and zinc, wherein the zinc content by percentage will depend on the desired strength and ductility.

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