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Copper Strip Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of copper strip manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source copper strip manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate copper strip companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture copper strips for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading copper strip manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for copper strip rolling, copper rollings, or copper sheet rollings.

  • Pompton Plains, NJ

    There are several benefits when you select us as your copper supplier. Our engineers use superior precision manufacturing techniques and they produce the highest quality copper strip. We aim to integrate the latest innovations into our development stages which ensures our customers that these products are unsurpassed. Visit our website to see the plethora of metal components we can manufacture!

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  • Warminster, PA

    Commercial Metal Exchange has supplied copper strips to small & large companies for 25+ years and takes great pride in one of the lowest rejection to orders shipped rates in the industry. Each of CME’s sales people is highly experienced in the metals industry and is knowledgeable in all alloys-forms-tempers & related specifications. If you can't locate an alloy CME is the solution.

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  • Montclair, CA

    Montclair Bronze is a full-production manufacturer with foundry and machine shop capabilities as well as a bar stock warehouse. Our line of bronze products includes bronze and copper alloy bars, sheets and plates, finished machine parts, centrifugal castings—all of which can be manufactured from a multitude of alloys. Our facility is a one-stop shop and all of our work is done in-house, which will save you time and money on logistics and delivery costs.

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  • Long Island City, NY

    metalmen is a nationwide, fully certified metal distribution company with over thirty years of experience with a wide range of metals & metal alloys, serving numerous customers, including the research, commercial, aerospace, electronic, marine, nuclear power generator & defense industries. Their superior copper strips are of the highest quality & offered at competitive pricing.

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  • E. Taunton, MA

    Now celebrating its 85th year of business, Cambridge Street Metal has grown to become a leading distributor of copper, aluminum, galvanized, lead, zinc, brass and more. In addition to metals, we are also the largest distributor of polyester strapping, steel strapping, and stretch wrap. Contact Cambridge today to learn more about what we can do for you!

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Copper Strip

Copper strips are long, thin planes of the popular non-ferrous metal known as copper. Also known as trim, strips are used in many industrial, commercial and residential settings to change the aesthetic or functional properties of a structure, piece of equipment or finished product. Sections of copper strip are usually no thicker than 0.2" and the thickness should be uniform throughout the plane.

Though similar in thickness to copper sheet, another stock form commonly produced in copper mills, copper strips are produced with lengths several times greater than their width. In general, thin planes of copper stock that are greater than 24 inches across are sheets with smaller widths being counted as strip. These relatively narrow copper forms are used in many applications. Industries as varied as petrochemical, chemical, automotive, architectural, building, construction, electronics, food processing, marine, aerospace, wiring, power generation, waste treatment, design, lighting and telecommunications commonly employ copper strip. From protective edges to ornate decorative finishes, copper strip is extremely versatile. As flat planes of copper are not conducive to every application, it is not uncommon for copper strip to undergo several secondary processes such as cutting, bending and machining. The malleability of copper makes these strips ideal for post-production processing as it requires minimal expenditure of energy. The electrical and thermal conductivity of copper strip extend its utility to numerous electrical and heating industrial components such as bearings and connectors.

Because use for copper strip covers such a broad range of applications, it is important that manufacturers carefully consider the specifications of a particular strip with regards to its intended use. The initial processing of copper strip should be considered as it will have a lasting impact on the features of the end product. Though extrusion, casting, cold rolling and drawing may all be used implemented in the formation of metal strip, roll forming is the most common manufacturing method. This process involves heating copper billets, ingots or other raw forms to increase the already high malleability of the material. These shapes are then fed through a pair of industrial rollers set with a specific distance apart from one another. This distance will reflect the thickness of the strip. As the copper rolls between the rollers it is compressed until it because thinner, longer and wider. In some cases several rollers or several passes through the same rollers may be needed to reach the desired thickness. Unidirectional rolling is most common, though cross rolling may also be used to alter the hardness and surface properties of the strip. In any event, the finished strip will then be cut to the desired length and width before being sold for use as such or further processing. Regulatory bodies such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the Copper Development Association (CDA) are good sources for information on copper strip and most copper suppliers will also be able to help determine the proper specifications for a given application.



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Copper Strip - Sequoia Brass & Copper
Copper Strip - Sequoia Brass & Copper