Our 325 Mesh Granular Copper Powder is a high purity material with closely controlled particle size, which allows for reliable performance. Applications for this material include Thermal Spray coatings, synthetic industrial diamond manufacturing, heat exchangers, and x-ray and radiation control.

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  • 325 Mesh Powder
Belmont Product Code4307A

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