Copper Wire Granulator’s Contribution to Environment

Author:Suny Group

Copper is used as pure metal and as alloying element with other metals in component manufacturing, where semi-finished products such as shapes or ingots (known as ‘semis’) are produced. It has never been more important for the sustainable growth of modern society.

Economic efficiency and environmental performance have been improved by copper based products of multiple applications across the energy, healthcare, IT, industry, transportation, and building sectors. Copper is widely used in building construction, power generation and transmission, electrical and electronic equipments, aircraft parts, automotive parts, industrial applications and other applications.

As for the supply and demand of copper, there are economic, technological and societal factors. The demand for refined copper has increased from 500 kilotons to over 16,560 kilotons in 2005 since the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays, copper consumption is driven by investments in power generation and distribution and telephone systems. What’s more, ongoing industrialization in developing and emerging economies, mainly in China, India and Russia fuelled the demand of copper in the past decade. Further improvements of the standard of living and widespread electrification of rural areas would undoubtedly result in increased copper consumption in the near future. According to forecasts of Frondel et al. (Frondel, Grösche et al. 2006), the global copper demand will increase to 24,100 kilotons in 2020 and 28,400 in 2025. This also leads to the best selling Cable Wire Recycling Machine.

As for the copper price, it increased substantially because of a continuously increasing global copper demand and at the same time uncertainties about copper supply shortages. Since the copper is in short supply and its price is increasing, it’s wise and necessary to buy a suitable and excellent copper wire granulator so that can produce a large quantity of copper granules efficiently and easily by recycling waste wires and cables.