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Is it possible to heat treat aluminium bronze CW307G (CA104) to improve its corrosion resistance?

Yes, this is covered in Def Stan 02-833. For extruded rods and sections of size 40mm and below, an anneal at 740°C plus or minus 20° followed by air cooling is carried out. This mandatory heat treatment is to eliminate phases which are likely to give rise to selective corrosion in sea water.

ECI Annual Report 2007

Led by the developing economies in Asia, global demand for copper products remained buoyant in 2007. According to the International Copper Study Group¹ refined usage increased by 4% to a record 18.3 million tonnes. While Europe’s demand was down by 2.5%, China’s economic expansion resulted in it using 27% of the world’s copper in 2007, up from 18% in just five years.

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Living better with copper

Whether it is to improve the efficiency and performance of applications across energy and healthcare, or to make transportation, architecture and heating and cooling systems more environmentally friendly, copper has never been more important for the sustainable growth of the EU.

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Kopparhalter i Stockholms sediment

Kopparhalter i vatten och i sediment i både Mälaren och Saltsjön i Stockholms centrum är långt ifrån toxiska nivåer och kan således inte skada varken vattenlevande organismer eller sedimentorganismer.

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Undersökning av hur TOC påverkar kopparutlösning i dricksvatten

Resultaten visar att minskad TOC-halt i vattnet leder till ökad kopparupplösning initialt. Minskad TOC-halt leder dock sannolikt till lägre kopparupplösning efter ett antal veckors exponering vilket också visas av försöket.

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Position Paper on Ecodesign for Power Cables in Indoor Electrical Installations

ECI, December 2014

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Priority for energy efficiency in 2030 climate and energy policy framework

The Coalition for ENERGY SAVINGS, March 2013

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Proposed Lead metal harmonized classification highlights problems with existing regulatory approach in deriving SCL for metals classified as toxic to reproduction

Eurometaux, February 2014

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Recommendation on the non-use of bismuth for lead substitution

ECI, September 2007

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