Substratum material: copper T1,T2, TU1 TU2, aluminum AL etc.
Cladding material: titanium Ti, Zr, Nickel Ni, Tantalum, etc.
Cladding layer thickness: conventional 1.0 ~2.5 mm
Reference standard: GB/T 12769-2003
Main cross-section shape and size range (mm) : Rectangular width (20 ~ 150) x thickness (6 ~30) Circle Φ (8 ~ 50) Square model revised (10 ~ 30) Silk material Φ (2.0 ~ 8.0)
40*10*L (Ti thickness:1.0mm)
details will be according to drawing you provide
In electric power distribution, a busbar (also bus
bar, and sometimes misspelled as buss bar or busbar) is a
metallic strip or bar, typically housed inside switchgear, panel boards, and bussway enclosures for local high
current power distribution. They are also used to connect high voltage
equipment at electrical switchyards, and low voltage equipment in battery banks. They are generally
uninsulated, and have sufficient stiffness to be supported in air by insulated
pillars. These features allow sufficient cooling of the conductors, and the
ability to tap in at various points without creating a new joint.
corrosion condition of conductive body, such as
electrochemical, electroplating, electrolysis, hydrometallurgy, PCB line,
electric chemical industry, water treatment, ocean engineering, etc.
control the ratio of anode to cathode.
2. The anodic solubility is good and there is less
3. The anode material can be easily loaded or
4. The anode material is completely used, saving
5. Titanium-clad copper features: It can not only
ensure the original conductive properties of copper, but also protects the
copper from corrosion by using titanium cover, and greatly reduces the
electroplating and plating solution contamination.