Get in Touch
  1. Home
  2. > Blog
  3. > Blog Detail

Copper annealing process

Annealing the copper requires a high temperature. Copper melts at 1357Kelvin and annealing generally occurs at greater than half the melting point in degrees K; even higher temperature causes faster annealing (but not past the melting temperature, of course). Typical temperature to use is 400C or 700F. Annealing causes the structure to

Consult
toTop
Click avatar to contact us