Construction laminates

Main applications:
 roofing, drainpipes  and drains, various applications. 

Specifications and sizes

  • Cu DHP CW 024A
  • Wire width: from 330 mm to 1250 mm.
  • Standard size plates
  • Thickness: 0.5mm – 0.6mm – 0.7mm – 0.8mm

Welded copper drainpipes and drains

Specifications and sizes

  • Cu DHP
  • Diameters: 60 – 75 – 76 – 80 – 87 – 100 – 120 mm
  • Thickness: from 0.50 to 1.00 mm
  • Length: 2,000 – 3,000 – 4,000 – 6,000 mm

Industrial laminates

Main applications:
: cable lugs, connectors, terminals, ferrules, contact instruments, relays, plugs, pins, power strips, terminal boards.
Automotive: car accessories, radiator trays, connectors, clamps.
Mechanical: shearing departments, small metal parts, connectors, household appliances, eyelets.
: grommets, zippers, buttons, hooks, buckles
Other industries: bathroom accessories, hoses, washers, handles, chandeliers, profiles, gold-beaters, medals, cups, beaded chains. 

Specifications and sizes

  • Cu ETP CW004A
  • Cu OF CW008A
  • Physical state: annealed, raw and extra raw.
  • Wires/Strips
  • Plates
  • Available thicknesses: from 0.20 to 3.00 mm

(customised dimensions available on request)

  • Wire and strip shearing (width: from 6 to 1100 mm.)
  • Discs with Ø from 65 to 1000 mm

(Plates and squared bars with customised dimensions available on request)



Copper is a metal that man has been using almost since the beginning of time: copper objects have been found that date back to 8700 BC

Copper is a pink or reddish metal with very high electrical and thermal conductivity, second only to silver. It is very resistant to corrosion and is non-magnetic.

It is easy to work with, extremely ductile and malleable, but does not lend itself to machining with chip removal, because it has a rather pasty consistency. It can be easily recycled and its scrap has a high recycling value. It is combined with other metals to form several other metallic alloys, the most common ones being bronze and brass, combined with tin and zinc, respectively. Among others, cupronickel and aluminium bronze. 

Copper is also bacteriostatic, i.e. fights the growth of bacteria on its surface.

Source: Wikipedia
Italian Copper Institute