Most commonly known for its sublime electrical and thermal conductivity and formability. Additionally, 110 copper has good corrosion resistance and has excellent hot and cold workability. Brazing is rated as good, soldering as excellent. 110 can be welded with precautions, but generally the sorts of inert gases required are not recommended for use with coppers. Having a variety of purposes, Copper 110 is typically used anywhere from plumbing hardware, wiring and electrical components to telecommunication materials.
Common Trade Names
UNS C11000, CDA 110 ETP, C110, ISO Cu-ETP, Electrolytic Tough Pitch