Coiled wire products obtained by drawing from copper and copper alloy wire blanks. Including pure copper (purple copper) wire, brass wire, bronze wire, white copper wire. Pure copper wire is used in various industrial sectors such as machinery, chemicals, electronics, and electricity.
Mainly used as conductive material for electrical appliances, wires and cables. Brass wire is a copper alloy wire with zinc as the main alloy element. It can be divided into ordinary brass wire, lead brass wire, tin brass wire, manganese brass wire, iron brass wire, tin silicon brass wire, etc. Brass wire has applications in various industrial sectors.
It can be used as instruments, instrument parts, corrosion-resistant parts and welding rods, etc.
In addition, it can also be used to make cold heading screws, valve cores, lock pins, watch parts, filter belts, bicycle caps and many other special-purpose parts.
Bronze wire is a copper alloy wire with elements other than zinc and nickel as the main alloy elements. It can be divided into tin bronze wire, aluminum bronze wire, silicon bronze wire, manganese bronze wire, cadmium bronze wire, chromium bronze wire, beryllium bronze wire, etc.
Bronze wire is widely used in industrial sectors such as electronics, instruments, meters, and machinery.
Mainly used as high-strength conductive, wear-resistant and precision elastic parts. White copper wire is a copper alloy wire with nickel as the main alloy element. It can be divided into white copper wire, manganese white copper wire, zinc white copper wire, etc. White copper wire is used as elastic material and resistive element.