When it comes to getting the many grades and varieties of copper wire you need for your next big project, Arcor Electronics makes it a snap. Copper wire has been a key component in electric wiring since the 1820s, and has seen many different designs and utilities since then! Even with the many other competing alloys, copper continues to be a preferred electrical conductor for electrical wiring needs. And with many different forms such as bare copper wire, copper braid, and even stranded copper cable, it has a design and style to suit your need.
Copper Wire Options
Packaging: Take your pick from our various copper wire packaging options, including: Coils, spools, reels, stem packs, length
Alloys: We carry many different varieties of copper wire, such as CDA 10100, 10200, 11000 and 17200. However we can make to order many different alloys and tempers to suit your needs.
Wire Shapes: At Arcor Electronics, we specialize in creating the copper wire shape you need for your project. Whether it is a rounded square or stranded copper wire, we can make to order whatever design you need.
Various Uses of Copper Wire
There are few wires that are more versatile than copper. Copper wire has seen its use in everything from power generation to telecommunications. Whether it's a bare copper braid or a stranded copper cable, the renowned electrical conductivity, tensile strength and flexibility of copper is why it is so popular for electrical wiring.
Copper wire is also the most widely used wire for home wiring and even in building wire to supply electricity through homes, businesses or anywhere else you need it. Many houses are labeled as "all-copper homes" to let people know that copper conductors are used in everything from the circuit breaker panels to the dedicated branches for heavy load appliances.
Communications makes use of copper wire in forms such as coaxial cables used in mainframe computer systems. Because of the ability of the copper core and copper braid jacket, coaxial cables can operate at higher frequencies, with less interferencewhile providing a constant conductor spacing.This makes them popular as radio frequency transmission lines as well.
Even automobiles make use of insulated and bare copper wire due to its hardiness and ability to resist elevated temperatures, humidity, fire and chemicals.
Contact Arcor for Copper Wire
At Arcor Electronics we specialize in creating the copper wire you need for your business or project.
To ask about pricing and the specific need of your project, you can contact Arcor or get in touch with us by phone at (847) 588-0088.