Who supplies copper? HSM®
Copper is often known as the most important metal in human-kind which is well-deserved as without copper there won’t be any electricity, communication or technical innovations. However, semi-finished products of copper are used in many other sectors. The supply market of copper is diversified as well as its applications. If you are looking for a reliable and quick supplier for copper alloys which are not stocked generally, HSM® is your perfect partner.
We are your copper supplier if nobody else can help.
Send us your inquiry of your semi-finished copper product. We supply you with material regardless of delivery form and dimension. If your semi-finished product is not produced, we will manufacture it. We are you right partner for your special requirements – whether millimetre-seized or extremely big dimensions. HSM® supplies you quickly with the required delivery form and processes the material according to your requirements.
Let HSM® process your semi-finished copper product
As your technical contact HSM® takes over the complete processing of copper according to your individual drawing. We see ourselves as your extended working-bench which will process the semi-finished product for your production. Thanks to our great network there are always free capacities available – if processing isn’t possible in your production or you are working at maximum capacity, we will help you out!
HSM® takes over your mechanical processing:
- CNC-based material processing: CNC turning, CNC milling
- Drilling and deep-hole boring (up to 12.000 mm)
- internally, cylindrical, profile, flat, centreless grinding
- tilting, bending, rolling
- honing, lapping
- balancing, directing
- and much more ...
The pictured copper part has been produced from a seamless elbow of the copper alloy 2.0090 Cu-DHP. These bows have been mechanically produced according to a drawing, cut, milled and drawn. There was no surface treatment required but it would have been possible.
Copper is usually used pure as well as in copper alloys with other metals like tin, zinc, silver, magnesium, nickel, etc. Copper is a naturally occurring metal and is characterized with the symbol Cu.
The salmon-coloured heavy metal has the following characteristics:
- relatively soft metal with good malleability
- high conductivity of temperature and electricity
- low tendency of embrittlement
- highly corrosion resistant
- melting point: 1083°C
Copper is mostly used in the industrial sectors of electric motor technology, air conditioning, engineering and construction industry.
Material CW120C; 2.1580 Copper, brass, bronze
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