We are a world-class supplier of engineering raw materials. Our objective is to provide all our customers, from the small machine shop to the large multi-national corporation, a supply path that continuously delivers the highest levels of service, quality and value.
Offering excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, our range of copper plate products are available to our customers on an ex-stock basis. With one of the largest stock ranges in Europe, we provide our customers with a variety of copper plate options in grades and incremental sizes to suit your engineering applications.
With superior fatigue resistance and overall strength, our copper plates offer outstanding corrosion resistance and are easy to fabricate. Weldability is good as are other processes such as riveting and brazing. Applications include pressure vessels and boilers, radiators, hot water tanks, architectural grills, kick plates and locks.
We supply copper plates from stock which we process internally using vertical and CNC plate saws. We saw copper plates up to 4000mm in length or width and to thickness up to 330mm. We offer plate sawing capabilities at the majority of our UK service centres which is further supported by a central, high capacity, plate centre located at our bulk warehouse. We also hold large stocks of pre-cut planks which we make available to our customers or they can be used to speed up our delivery times by reducing the number of cutting operations required.
We stock Copper Plate in a variety of grades.
Our knowledgeable staff and resident metallurgists will be pleased to assist you further on any technical topic. Smiths Metal Centres Limited also boasts an in-house UKAS Accredited Testing Laboratory which is unique within the multi-metal and plastic stockholding sector. We believe this underlines our total commitment to quality and our ethos of being the complete service provider.
We offer in-house processing options - for more information, please refer to our processing services.
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