Plain copper wire / welding wire

A. Soudronic High Performance Welding Wire

Characteristics
Soudronic High Performance Welding Wire is a high grade round cross section copper wire (featuring good solderability). [producing excellent welds in the Soudronic welding process for 2- and 3-part cans] The welding wire has a smooth surface and is free from defects, (rust) and discoloration. Wires for the Soudronic process are exclusively produced in accordance with the highest quality requirements. In order to prevent oxidation the welding wire is shipped in specially designed containers. Technical specifications are available upon request.

Applications
Soudronic wire is used in the metal packing industry for the fully automated welding of canbodies and can ends.

Technical Specifications

Relevant official standard DIN-EN 1977/1998
Gauge 1,20 - 2,50 mm
Profile 1,13 - 4,91 mm2
Deviations in diameter +0/-0,04 mm
Packaging options 1. Fiber reinforced bins with a holding capacity of 380 kilograms.
2. Octabin 1200 with a holding capacity of 1500 kilograms.
Density 8,93 g/cm3
Resistance max. 17,39 nΩm
Pulling force 245 - 285 N/mm2
Stretching to breaking point 22 - 28%
Solderability Excellent

 

B. Plain round section copper conductor

Characteristics
Our plain round section copper conductor wire conforms to technical specifications EK SPEC No.121

Applications
Plain round copper conductor is mainly used in the manufacture of stranded cable.

Technical Specifications

Relevant official standard EN 13602
Gauge 1,11 – 3,60 mm
Deviations in diameter ± 1%
Deviation in expansion max. 2%
Packaging options 1. Haspel 0025 kilo wire diameter 1,11 - 3,60 mm
2. DIN 560 haspel 0250 kilo wire diameter 1,11 - 3,60 mm
3. DIN 630 haspel 0400 kilo wire diameter 1,11 - 3,60 mm
4. Vezelvat 0380 kilo wire diameter 1,20 - 2,50 mm
5. Octabin 1200 1500 kilo wire diameter 1,11 - 2,70 mm
6. Stalen kooi 2000 kilo wire diameter 1,11 - 2,70 mm
Density 8,93 g/cm3
Pulling force min. 200 N/mm2
Resistance max. 17,24 nΩm

 

C. Contact wire for railroad electrification

The contact wire destined for use by railroad companies is either extremely pure copper or a special alloy. For more information and all technical data please visit our downloads section.


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