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Do you customize?
--Yes, the majority of our business is either using our in-house designs, or further developing your own designs presented to us. We can modify by re-scaling, re-sizing, adding signage / script etc.
Can I choose a specific rust color or pattern?
--Each product has its own unique character and finish. The color variations are part of the intentional design and, being an organic process, it cannot be controlled.
What is the weight?
--It depends on the subject products. If it is a standard size sphere, then it would be easy for us to give you an estimate weight regardless of the error or deviation. If it is a customized product, all designs vary according to intricacy and negative/positive space, and if framing is necessary.
Copper is the perfect conduit for heat and electricity, though balls or spheres made of copper are not recommended to the occasions or situations where they are exposed to corrosive liquids or appliances under high stress. These balls or spheres are , however, soft and sensitive to corrosion from various materials.
Copper balls or spheres of Foshan Dongyuan Company range from 6mm to 300mm, with 0.8mm in thickness. The most sought-for coppers fall under the category of accessories of clothings, footwear and jewelry. They are also of excellent quality and superb craftmanship. Welding is employed in the copper balls without a noticeable seam and could also be applied in many ways. And we believe they could also be employed for many fruitful uses.
Our copper balls come with no holes but could be customer-orientated, that is to say, we could add a hole or holes to your balls as you want. Drilling with small holes is free of charge and please rest assured that everything of the copper balls will come out as perfect as possible.
Copper is a reddish metal with a face-centered cubic crystalline structure. It reflects red and orange light and absorbs other frequencies in the visible spectrum, due to its band structure, so it as a nice reddish color. It is malleable, ductile, and an extremely good conductor of both heat and electricity. It is softer than zinc and can be polished to a bright finish. It is found in group Ib of the periodic table, together with silver and gold. Copper has low chemical reactivity. In moist air it slowly forms a greenish surface film called patina; this coating protects the metal from further attack.
Most copper is used for electrical equipment (60%); construction, such as roofing and plumbing (20%); industrial machinery, such as heat exchangers (15%) and alloys (5%). The main long established copper alloys are bronze, brass (a copper-zinc alloy), copper-tin-zinc, which was strong enough to make guns and cannons, and was known as gun metal, copper and nickel, known as cupronickel, which was the preferred metal for low-denomination coins.
Copper is ideal for electrical wiring because it is easily worked, can be drawn into fine wire and has a high electrical conductivity.
Copper in the environment
Copper is a very common substance that occurs naturally in the environment and spreads through the environment through natural phenomena. Humans widely use copper. For instance it is applied in the industries and in agriculture. The production of copper has lifted over the last decades. Due to this, copper quantities in the environment have increased.
The world's copper production is still rising. This basically means that more and more copper ends up in the environment. Rivers are depositing sludge on their banks that is contaminated with copper, due to the disposal of copper-containing wastewater. Copper enters the air, mainly through release during the combustion of fossil fuels. Copper in air will remain there for an eminent period of time, before it settles when it starts to rain. It will then end up mainly in soils. As a result soils may also contain large quantities of copper after copper from the air has settled.