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What is copper alloy?

Copper alloys exhibit good to excellent corrosion resistance and high thermal conductivity and very high electrical conductivity.

Pure copper’s electrical conductivity is so high that many metals are measured against it in the form of the IACS (International Annealed Copper Standard).

What is 110 copper alloy?

Alloy 110, also known as electrolytic tough pitch (ETP) copper, is commonly used in electric current carrying applications. 110 Copper is 99.9% pure copper with an electrical conductivity rating of 100+ % IACS.


Alloy 101, also known as high conductive (HC) and oxygen-free electronic (OFE) copper,  is commonly used in electrical and electronic applications.  101 Copper is 99.99% pure copper with an electrical conductivity rating of 101% IACS.

Difference between copper 110 and copper 101

Chemical composition.  Copper Alloy 110 is 99.9% copper and Copper Alloy 101 is 99.99% copper.   110 offers high electrical and thermal conductivity and good corrosion resistance is used in a variety of applications including heat exchangers and electrical components.  Alloy 101 also offers high electrical conductivity and  is used in electrical components, conductors and electronic applications. Both 110 and 101 have great workability.  110 is typically easier to machine and more cost-effective.

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