Global Leader in Specialty Copper Wire Products
Our revolutionary copper wire products are manufactured with the highest quality raw materials from copper, brass, bronze, zinc, copper nickel and nickel silver alloys. These red metals are drawn into several Central Wire Industries products used around the world in multiple industries and applications.
Multiple packaging and shipping options are available from our facilities in the US, Canada, and the UK. Learn more about our products, the industries and applications we support, and how CWI red metals can work for you.
CWI red metals are available in a variety of alloys to meet all of your requirements, regardless of application. Each alloy offers different benefits and advantages. Not sure which alloy is best for you application? Contact a CWI sales representative for assistance.
CWI red metals are drawn into many different types of wire. There are several different applications for CWI products.
CWI manufactures resistance wire from: 0.001" (0.0254mm) up to .0808” (2.052mm) Tempers range from annealed to full hard.
CWI manufacturers fine wire in dimensions from 0.001” (0.0254 mm) up to .032” (0.0812mm). Our fine wire is often used in medical applications.
Our knitted wire mesh is available in bulk mesh, demisters and mist eliminators. Our specialty CWI Tech-Mesh line is available in several alloys.
For tubing, braiding, core wire and other uses, a CWI medical wire is the ideal choice.
Understanding Copper Wire Price Volatility
Copper metals are often thought to be one of the more expensive alloys on the market. While it might be true that scrap copper metal piping is one of the more expensive metals commonly found in homes, copper is not one of the most expensive metals available on the market. It is, however, the third most highly used metal in the world. Demand continues due to renewable energy projects and electric cars for copper wire resistance. As demand continues, copper price volatility and the price of copper has only increased in the last 50 years.
The pricing of metal is determined by a few different factors. Copper wire price per pound is determined mostly by supply and demand. In the short-term, however, the costs are determined by the financial market, hedge funds, political risks and government policies. As is the case with most metals, changes in pricing due to market volatility is common.
CWI is a copper supplier that offers competitive pricing by producing the best material in-house from start to finish. From rod processing to spooling and packaging, Central Wire offers competitive bulk copper wire pricing. As you consider copper distributers near you, contact a CWI salesperson to find the copper market price today and buy copper wire.
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