CW004A Copper

With impressively high thermal conductivity, CW004A copper, also known as C101, is a popular choice for a wide variety of electrical components and conductors. CW004A copper is commonly used in the engineering industry for a large selection of applications. The C101 copper alloy is typically produced as HDHC, hard-drawn, high connectivity. This offers high ductility and impact strength which makes it an extremely versatile and useful material.

Industrial Copper

Key Features of  CW004A Copper

As a highly conductive material, CW004A copper has a range of fantastic features that make it a brilliant material for electrical uses.  

  • High conductivity
  • High ductility and material strength
  • Good to excellent corrosion resistance in most environments
  • Excellent for soldering

Mechanical Properties

Tensile strength (MPa): 200-400

Proof Stress 0.2% (MPa): 50-340
Elongation A5 (%): 5-50

Hardness VPN: 40-120

Physical Properties

Density: 8.92g / CM³ 

Melting Point: 1083℃ 

Modulus of Elasticity: 117 GPa

Electrical Resistivity: 0.0171×10⁻⁶𝛺.m

Thermal Conductivity: 391.1 W/m.k

Thermal Expansion: 16.9×10⁻⁶/K

 Weight%   Cu  Others
 Min  Bal
Max   Bal    0.10

CW004A copper can be used for a wide range of purposes and is frequently used for items such as electrical components and conductors due to its high conductivity. Below are just some of the uses for CW004A or C101 copper:

  • Connectors
  • Transformers
  • General Electronics
  • Busbars
  • Motor Components
  • Building Fascias
  • Heatsinks
  • Cable Strips

Prestige Metals supplies CW004A copper/C101 copper in a variety of formats to suit your needs. We can provide C101 copper sheet, round bar flat bar and square bar, all cut to length to fit your project.

Related Material Specifications

  • C11000 ETP
  • BS13601 CW004A
  • DIN 2.0060
  • BS1433