The Reuse of Copper Which is Separated from Used Wires

Author:Suny Group

Copper is one of the metals that have been known since ancient times. With the development of production, only the production tools made of natural copper are not enough. The development of production has prompted people to find a way to obtain copper from electric cables. Copper-containing electrical cables are more common and can be recycled. The following copper applications are introduced:

Copper as the inner core: Copper is a non-ferrous metal that is closely related to human beings. It is widely used in electrical, light industry, machinery manufacturing, construction industry, national defense industry, etc., only in the consumption of non-ferrous metal materials in China. In aluminum.

Copper is the most widely used in the electrical and electronic industries, accounting for more than half of the total consumption. Used in the manufacture of various cables and wires, motors and transformers, switches and printed circuit boards.

Used in the manufacture of mechanical and transportation vehicles for the manufacture of industrial valves and fittings, gauges, plain bearings, mould, heat exchange and pumps.

It is widely used in the chemical industry to manufacture vacuums, distillation pots, brewing pots, and the like.

In the defense industry, it is used to manufacture bullets, shells, gun parts, etc. For every 3 million rounds of bullets, 13-14 tons of copper are needed.

In the construction industry, used as a variety of pipes, pipe fittings, decorative devices, etc.

Industrial applications Copper compounds are widely used in industry, and almost every industry has compounds that are applied to copper.

Copper sulphate is a commonly used mordant in the printing and dyeing process to improve gloss durability and wash ability, and is widely used in the textile and leather industries.