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Copper powder is one of the most expensive elements in the world. This is mainly due to the complexity of production, which requires a lot of solutions, catalysts and additives.
high purity copper powder is used in applications such as brazing, electronics, chemical & paints. It is also a widely used material in the aerospace industry.
It is a highly purified metal powder having spherical particles and a high electrical conductivity. It is produced by water atomization method followed by hydrogen reduction. It is available in various shapes such as foil, wire, tubes, rods, crystals & powder.
The most common application of copper powder is mechanical. It is used in a variety of industries such as automotive, aerospace, construction, machinery & engineering.
A new study has shown that oxidation resistance of Cu powder can be improved by adding other alloying elements to it. However, these alloys typically lead to a drastic decrease in electrical conductivity of the metal.
Therefore, it is essential that copper powders have only a limited amount of impurities. For example, alkali metals such as Na or K, sulfur and halogens such as Cl should be avoided.
In addition, the copper powder should be finer than 10 mm and uniform in shape. In the case of electronic parts, this is important because copper particles have to be as small as possible and in a uniform shape so as to prevent corrosion.
The Global high purity copper powder Market is estimated to be valued at USD 467 million in 2022 and to reach a readjusted size of USD 670.9 million by 2029 with a CAGR of 5.3 percentage during the review period. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the market size, share, trends, types, applications and geographical areas.