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What Is Copper?

Copper Market Report Scope and Research Methodology
the cost of 1 kg of copper at the receiving points




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Copper wire can conduct electricity efficiently and safely, but it is not suitable to use as a fuse wire because of its low melting point. A fuse wire is designed to break and disconnect the circuit in case of an overcurrent or short circuit, which can damage devices, cause electrical fires, or pose a risk to people's safety. When too much current passes through a fuse wire, it heats up and melts, interrupting the flow of electricity. The fuse wire must be able to handle the normal electrical load without melting, but it should melt quickly if an abnormal current surge occurs. Copper wire has a melting point of 1085В°C, which is too high for most applications. In contrast, a typical fuse wire made of materials like tin, lead, or alloys has a melting point between 100В°C and 250В°C, depending on the current rating and environment. Using a copper wire as a fuse wire could cause several problems. Firstly, it may not break quickly enough to protect the circuit, device, or user from the effects of a fault. Secondly, it may not produce a visible indication that the fuse has blown, making it difficult to identify and troubleshoot the fault. Thirdly, it may potentially cause a fire if the copper wire becomes heated to its melting point. Therefore, it is critical to use appropriate fuse wire material that is safety-approved, correctly rated, and installed correctly according to standards and regulations to ensure reliable protection and prevent electrical hazards      Copper scrap baling and shredding     Copper scrap cleaning


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