We stock copper alloy 110, also referred to as electrolytic tough pitch (ETP). ETP and other coppers exhibit outstanding thermal conductivity, as well as 100% IACS minimum electrical conductivity. Copper alloys offer high resistance to soil corrosion and are extremely ductile.
Mead Metals stocks alloy 110 copper products in gauges from 0.005 up to 0.187. We offer annealed, quarter hard, half-hard, and full-hard tempers. Other copper alloys and tempers are available upon request. All of our copper products are available in sheet and coil.
To give added value to our copper products, Mead Metals offers a number of value-added services. We will:
By offering these services in-house, we can save you time and money on your project and ship your product in your exact specifications.
|UNS Number C11000|
|Temper||Annealed||Quarter Hard||Half Hard||3/4 Hard||Full Hard||X-Tra HD||Spring Temper|
*Rockwell F - Scale
*For Reference Only
Our Minimum Order Quantities enable us to suit metal product orders of all sizes. Every metal product we provide has its own MOQ, and for copper, our MOQ is 5-7 lbs. While we can, and will, support orders for quantities smaller than this, the minimum lot charge will remain the same for any quantities ordered at, or below, a metal’s MOQ. Additional variables apply depending on material thickness, width, and additional processing.
Due to its ductility and electrical and thermal conductivity, copper is oftentimes used in the production of electrical conductors, switches, transformers, and telecommunications.
Being naturally resistant to weathering and soil corrosion makes copper an ideal material for the production of roofing and plumbing applications.
Well-known and easily identifiable by its golden, reddish color, copper has a long history of use for decorative and functional purposes.
Home decor is another area where copper is appreciated with its unique aesthetic. Copper’s beauty lends itself to mirrors, doorknobs, and fixtures.
Copper—the medical world's super metal. Copper is antimicrobial making it very effective at fighting both bacteria and viruses, even possessing the ability to kill viral pathogens such as influenza A as well as bacteria like E-coli.
Copper's antimicrobial properties also make it a popular material for the manufacturing of doorknobs and handrails in public buildings.
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Mead Metals stocks alloy 110 copper products in gauges from 0.005 up to 0.187. We offer annealed, quarter hard, half-hard, and full-hard tempers. Other copper alloys and tempers are available upon request. All our copper products are available in sheet and coil.
See a full list of copper stock items here.