Copper is considered as a semi-precious, non-ferrous metal with hundreds of applications including its significant use in the manufacturing industry.
Copper forgings are quality parts, comparing favourably in material integrity, dimensional tolerances and surface finish with products made using other major metal working processes.
As a result of hot working, forged materials have superior density and freedom from flaws.
The metal is worked twice under tremendous pressures during forging
The dense non-porous forged metal permits to specify thinner sections without the risk of leaks
The precise designs on the die surface can produce sharp impressions on the forging surfac
Mass production of forged parts lends itself to maximum savings!
Copper alloys are non-magnetic and corrosion resistant in addition to excellent heat and electrical conductors