The cathode is the basic product of copper production. It is produced in a marketable form for use in high-quality applications. A cathode is a 50 to 80 kg copper square that is produced when pure copper separates from unwrought copper in an electrolytic refining process.
This is a malleable and ductile form of Copper metal. It is used in the manufacture of electric wires and cables.
Notched bars of commercial copper used for casting purposes. The notches are provided for convenience in breaking the bars.
Also known as No 1 Copper wire. This consists of clean, untinned, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire and cable, free of brittle burnt wire. Free of copper tubing.
Also known as No 2 Copper wire nodules. This consists on unalloyed copper wire scrap nodules, chopped or shredded, minimum 97% Copper. Maximum metal impurities not to exceed 0.5% Aluminium and 1% each of other metals or insulation
Copper Wires No 2 Grade
Copper pipe & bus bar