Electronics and electrical
Copper possesses the highest electrical
conductivity among common metals. Thus making
electrical devices very energy efficient.
Cables, motors, generators, transformers and
electricity distribution and control devices
rely on copper.
Building and construction
Besides being highly functional, copper is also
aesthetically attractive, making it ideal for
internal architectural features. Copper is used
in the constuction industry in roofing, wall
cladding, plumbing, heating and refrigeration.
The corrosion resistance of copper make it
excellent for use in making machinery components
like valves, rods, pipes, tubes, plates and so
Household and Consumer
Durability, economy and safety make copper a
preferred alternative for components of
household products. Copper can be spotted in use
within homes in electrical appliances, fittings,
fixtures, furniture, kitchenware, etc.