Copperweld Bimetallics, LLC

Copperweld Bimetallics, LLC

Prior to Copperweld’s revolutionary discovery of its patented

pressure-rolled concentric cladding process, plating and dipping metals in

other molten metals was the only way to create bimetallic conductors. These

processes cause material inconsistency that can be disastrous and create

product failures: chipping, cracking, inadequate adhesion, inconsistent

coverage, and other quality errors.

Copperweld’s cladding process bonds an outer layer of copper permanently to

the base wire of its allied metal, usually steel or aluminum. Our process is

continuous, so we can offer much longer spans without welds. We use materials

in their solid states, so there are no drip errors and copper coverage is

concentric and uniform over the entire length of our wire and cable. Because

it is a cold-rolling process, there is no rehardening necessary, which

eliminates flakes, pits, chips and cracks.

Bimetallics from Copperweld undergo rigorous inline and external quality

checks and testing. We carefully select our vendors and providers to ensure

that our raw materials are of the very highest quality. When you choose our

conductors, you may rest assured that your products are being made with

superior components that have been quality checked at every step of the

manufacturing process.

Copperweld prides itself on providing the highest quality products at a

tremendous value to our customers. Bimetallics combine the best aspects of

two metals in a single conductor whose overall performance is unbeatable.

We offer our products in a variety of metallic combinations, in many

different gauges and configurations, and we have the capacity to develop any

number of custom products that are tailored to meet the very specialized

needs of our customers as they engineer their own end-market products.

Explore this section to learn more about Copperweld’s manufacturing

capability and the various products we market.

Contact Name: 

Curtis Taft

Phone number: 



254 Cotton Mill Road Fayetteville, TN

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