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Copper bar is a semi-finished product obtained through extrusion or drawing. Generally supplied in standard sizes, ranging from 4 to 5 metres, copper bars can have different sections and shapes, available on request.

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Generally supplied in standard sizes, ranging from 4 to 5 metres, copper bars can have different sections and shapes, available on request.

Copper bars can come in different formats. Usually supplied in 4-metre-long rods, they can have rounded, square, hexagonal or rectangular sections in a variety of sizes. If they are flat bars, it’s also possible to specify during the production phase which type of edge you want, with a choice of sharp, slightly rounded or full radius.

Copper bars can be used in various fields thanks to the characteristics of the material, which, as we know, is an excellent electrical conductor. Some of the most common uses of copper bars include electrical connections, electromechanical applications, transformer rooms, busbars and line separation, and they are also frequently used in the field of network hardware.

One specific use of copper bar is in electrical panels, particularly solid copper bars with rounded edges. Copper bar for electrical panels is very useful for power distribution and especially when there are no connection, distribution or fixing points.

Flat copper bars are a popular choice for electrical panels because of the technical characteristics of the material. As it is very resistant, robust and ductile, it is highly suitable for electricity distribution and transport, both in electrical cables and power lines in civil and industrial systems.

To be specific, shaped flat bars for electrical connections can have a nominal thickness of 2/3 to 15mm2, a minimum nominal width of 10 or 20mm and a maximum nominal width of between 60 and 200mm.

To make sure that you choose the right copper bar, you need to take into account the In value of nominal uninterrupted current, the maximum operating temperature and the number of bars in parallel. In the case of temperature increases, you should choose bars with the right In value in the load capacity charts established by standard DIN 43671.