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Oxygen Free Copper Bar & Rod

CW008A & CW009A


S & D Non-Ferrous stocks possibly the largest range of oxygen free copper bars in Europe.

Oxygen free copper rods are used in applications that require high conductivity and exceptional ductility, frequently used in engineering and automotive industries.

Our oxygen free copper bars  can be purchased in a range of dimeter sizes from 6mm  up to 254mm, we will also cut your oxygen free copper rods to size so they are ready for use as soon as you receive them.

The oxygen free material ensures high levels of electrical conductivity, more than any other grade of commercial copper and it provides improved qualities for formability and joining.

To discover more about our winning oxygen free copper bars, or any of our product lines, you can contact us today on 0121 525 5500 and a member of our knowledgeable staff will be willing help.

Oxygen Free Copper Bar & Rod CW008A & CW009A Profiles we Stock

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Uses of Oxygen Free Copper Bars:

  • Vacuum Engineering
  • Generators
  • Switchgears
  • Electrical Instruments
  • Transformers
  • Motors

Industries That Use Oxygen Free Copper Rods:

  • Engineering
  • Automotive
  • Electronics

Oxygen Free Copper FAQ's

Copper was one of the first metals that was ever used by humans, and since its discovery in approximately 8000 B.C. we have found many innovative and useful ways to utilise copper metal.

Copper’s main properties and qualities include great ductility, excellent conductor of electricity and heat; it is also a malleable metal. Due to these characteristics, copper is often used in electrical components such as motors, wiring, machinery heat exchangers and electronic connecters.

Copper is also one of the primary metals used to make cooking utensils and equipment, but the copper that we probably have the most daily contact with - coins.

The density of copper in its purest form is 8.92 gm/cm3.

An easy way to determine if your copper is pure via density is to use the following method:

  • Measure the weight of your copper

  • Measure the dimensions of your copper to discover the volume (volume = L x W x H)

  • Divide the weight of your copper by the volume

  • Compare your results with the density of pure copper : 8.92 gm/cm3

If your result isn’t the same as above, this might mean your copper is not pure or that your measurements are not accurate.


Copper is a versatile method with a wide-ranging portfolio of properties that makes it the ideal metal to use in a variety of applications. Some of the most useful properties of copper are:

  • Good Electrical Conductivity

  • Good Thermal Conductivity

  • Corrosion Resistant

  • Ductile and Malleable

  • Easy to Alloy

  • Anti-Bacterial

  • Non-Magnetic

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