Copper Laminated Flexible Connectors are manufactured by stacking several
foils of electrolytic tough pitcch (ETP) copper and then applying high current under
high pressure. These types of copper laminated flexible connectors are commonly used
as flexible expansion joints for connecting the bus bars in different applications.
They are manufactured by a special metal diffusion process whereby the metal itself
melts and forms homogenous bonds thus giving a very negligible, almost nil,
millivolt drop across the connector, thereby reducing the temperature rise and
increasing the current carrying capacity of the jumper. In this process, no filler
metal is used to join two layers together. They have a constant cross section over
whole length. The current carrying capacity of solid busbar and copper laminated
jumper manufactured by this process is the same. Therefore, these jumpers are a
perfect substitute to solid busbar. It is also possible to drill, saw, braze, mill &
weld the contact areas without any problem.
The raw material that is used to manufacture our copper products is LME grade ‘A’
cathodes of purity greater than 99.99% copper resulting in higher conductivity,
crack-free extrusion, excellent finish, and longer life. Laminated Copper Flexible
Busbar & Laminated Copper Flexible Connectors have superior mechanical & electrical
properties at high temperatures. Copper laminated flexible connectors are
individually designed and manufactured in accordance with the customer’s
requirement. We are exporters, manufacturers, stockists & distributors of laminated
copper flexible connectors and laminated copper flexible busbar and are known for
our timely service, fast delivery, and plating quality in the market. This has led
to successful alliances with major electrical and energy companies in India and rest
of the world.
Laminated Copper Flexible Specification:
Single foil thickness: 0.05mm to 0.50mm
The ends can be bare, tin or silver coated.
Width of the connector: 20mm to 400mm.
Raw material used is ETP grade copper with a minimum copper content of 99.90%
and conductivity greater than 97% IACS.
Cross-sectional area of connector: 20 sq.mm to 10000 + sq.mm