Electrical products manufacturing involves the use of materials with high electrical conductivity and resistance to oxidation reactions. The most popular raw material is copper in its pure form or in alloys. Copper is used almost everywhere, though, as any non-ferrous metal, has a high market value. In various industries (automotive, aviation, instrumentation) found parts of copper alloys. This saves copper, due to which lower the cost of the final product, the main of which are brass

and bronze. The distinguishing feature of a copper alloy is the increased corrosion resistance and strength achieved using zinc as an alloying element. Another group of alloysincludes a bronze alloy element. Aluminum, beryllium, silicon, etc. Often, nonferrous metals, the derivatives are used as components of chemical reactions to obtain products scarce. In particular, copper is used for the production of butanediol (BDO), obtained by organic synthesis. The essence of the process - the condensation of acetylene (calcium carbide) and formaldehyde (methanol). As component acts copper (copper-bismuth catalyst), providing purified product yield in the range of 90% to accelerate the chemical process. Widespread practical application of powder materials found in the national economy. His purity chemical composition stands out ultrafine copper powder PMU (99.999%).

Modern technology allows the process to obtain copper and finely divided copper powder having a particle size less than 7 microns. Using the products of deep processing of copper demand in the automotive, aviation, chemical industry and instrumentation. Popular ultrafine copper powder, as a component in the production of a wide range of hardware, paints and fluids.

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