Good ductility, high conductivity and the ease of joining make Copper the world’s #1 choice for the transmission of electrical power in an untold amount of applications. Belmont offer 99.5% Electrolytic Copper in a wide variety of forms to meet your specific application. Made with the highest quality Virgin materials and a tightly controlled production process, you can be sure of consistent quality no matter the form that fits your application.

Forms:
  • 10 Mesh and Down Granular
  • Anodes
  • Flat Tops
Belmont Product Code4995
Nominal Composition:
  • 99.5% Cu
  • Bal

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  • Good ductility, high conductivity and the ease of joining make Copper the world’s #1 choice for the transmission of electrical power in an untold amount of applications. Belmont offer High Purity Electrolytic Copper, the most widely used grade of pure copper, in a wide variety of forms to meet your specific application. Made with the highest quality Virgin materials and a tightly controlled production process, you can be sure of consistent quality no matter the form that fits your application.

    Forms:
    • 3-14 Mesh Polished Shot
    • 3-14 Mesh Unpolished Shot
    • 1" x 1" Polished Squares
    • 1" x 1" Unpolished Squares
    • Copper Cathodes
    Belmont Product Code4001
    Nominal Composition:
    • 99.95%
    • Bal

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