• Light red metal
  • Melting point 1.083,4 °C
  • Boiling point 2.567 °C
  • Specific weight 8,96 g/cm³
  • Excellent electric and thermal conductivity
  • High ductility and formability

Today the countries with the largest copper (Cu) mining operations are Chile, Peru, DR Congo, China, the USA, Russia, Indonesia, Australia, Zambia and Mexico.

The most important applications are the electric and electronics industry, the construction industry, transportation and mechanical engineering.

Copper is a component of many alloys, such as brass (with zinc), bronze (with tin) and nickel silver (with zinc and nickel).

Refined copper is usually traded in the form of cathodes. The most important products of the first processing stage are wire rod, billets and cakes.

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The name copper goes back to the island of Cyprus, the most important mining area for this metal in ancient times.


We offer the following Copper variants

Copper cathodes

Copper wire rod




Phosphor copper

Bright copper scrap

Copper scrap for refining

Copper granules no. 1 and no. 2

Gunmetal scrap

Brass scrap

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