Copper Sheets, Plate and Coil Weight, Dimensions Chart in mm, kg, PDF online

Copper Sheets:

Copper sheets are flat, thin pieces of copper metal made from pure copper or copper alloys, with the most common alloy being brass (copper-zinc alloy) that are commonly used for various applications due to copper's excellent electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, malleability, and attractive appearance. Copper sheets come in various thicknesses, typically measured in gauge or millimeters. Common thicknesses range from 0.005 inches (0.127 mm) for thin foil to 0.25 inches (6.35 mm) for thicker sheets. Copper sheets are available in various sizes, including standard sizes like 2'x4', 4'x8', and custom sizes as needed. The dimensions of Copper Sheets are mentioned in Weight and Dimensions Chart PDF given below.

Copper is used in different sectors, including Electrical and Electronics, Roofing and Architecture, Crafts and Artwork, Cookware, Heat Exchangers, Automotive and Industrial Equipment. The Copper Sheets Weight and Dimensions Chart is in mm and kg.

Copper sheets may come in various finishes, including polished, brushed, or textured, depending on the intended use and aesthetic preferences. The cost of copper sheets can vary widely based on the thickness, size, and type of copper or copper alloy used. Copper is generally more expensive than some other metals, but its longevity and performance can justify the cost in many applications. Copper sheets can develop a patina over time, which can add to its aesthetic appeal. However, if a shiny appearance is desired, regular polishing and maintenance may be required. From environment point of view, copper sheets are recyclable. For detailed measurements, refer to weight and dimensions chart PDF below.

Copper Plates:

Copper plates are flat, rigid sheets or panels made of copper metal. Copper plates are typically made from pure copper or various copper alloys. The choice of material depends on the specific application and desired properties. Common copper alloys used for plates include brass (copper-zinc alloy) and bronze (copper-tin alloy). Copper plates come in a range of thicknesses, ranging from thin foil-like sheets to thicker plates. Copper plates are typically thicker than copper sheets. The thickness is measured in gauge or millimeters(mm), and the choice of thickness depends on the intended use. Copper plates are available in various sizes and dimensions, including standard sizes and custom-cut options to meet specific project requirements. The Copper plate weight and dimensions chart PDF is given in mm and kg below.

Copper plates may come in various surface finishes, including polished, brushed, or textured, depending on the desired aesthetic and functional requirements. The cost of copper plates varies based on factors such as thickness, size, and the type of copper or copper alloy used. Copper is generally more expensive than some other metals due to its unique properties. Copper plates can require maintenance if a specific appearance is desired. Regular cleaning and polishing can maintain a shiny finish, while allowing it to develop a natural patina can provide an aged, attractive appearance. Copper Plates have uses in various sectors like, Industrial, Electrical and Electronics, Craftsmanship and Art, Marine and Corrosive Environments, Heat Transfer and Cookware. For detailed measurements, refer to weight and dimensions chart PDF below.

Copper Coils:

Copper coils are continuous lengths of copper wire or tubing that are wound into a spiral or helical shape. Copper coils are typically made from pure copper or various copper alloys, depending on the specific application. Common copper alloys used for coils include brass (copper-zinc alloy) and bronze (copper-tin alloy). Copper coils can come in different forms, including wire coils and tubing coils, depending on the intended use. Copper wire coils are used for electrical applications, while copper tubing coils are used for heat exchange and fluid transport applications. The size and diameter of copper coils can vary widely based on their intended use. Copper wire coils can range from very thin gauges to thicker diameters, while tubing coils can vary in diameter and wall thickness. Copper Coils weight and dimensions are displayed in PDF chart given below measured in mm and kg. Copper coils are corrosion resistant and recyclable. The cost of copper coils depends on various factors, including the type of copper or copper alloy used, the size, diameter, and length of the coil, and market conditions.

The various applications of Copper coils are Electrical and Electronics, Heat Exchangers, Plumbing, Refrigeration, Automotive and as Coil Springs. For detailed measurements and dimensions, refer to PDF of Weight and Dimensions Chart given below.

ASTM B370 C101 Copper Sheet Specification Chart

Specifications Chart ASTM B152 / ASME SB 152
Grades of Copper Sheet Plate CW024A-H040 / C106, 102, 110
Size in MM 1000 x 2000 mm, 1220 x 2440 mm, 1500 x 3000 mm, 2000 x 2000 mm, 2000 x 4000 mm
Thickness in MM 0.1 to 100 mm Thk
Form of Copper Plates Foils, Coils, Rolls, Shim Sheet, Plain Sheet, Strip, Blank (Circle), Flats, Ring (Flange)
Supeface Finish Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR), 2B, BA NO(8), 2D, SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated)
Hardness of Copper coil Hard, Soft, Half Hard, Spring Hard, Quarter Hard etc.

Dimension of C110 Copper Sheet

Plate Surface finishes Thickness Chart (MM) Width Chart (max MM)
2B – heat treated, Cold rolled, pickled, skin passed Sheet 0.25–8.0 2032
2D – heat treated, Cold rolled, pickled Sheet 0.4–6.35 1524
2E – heat treated, Cold rolled, mechanically descaled plate 0.4–8.0 2032
2R – bright annealed plate, Cold rolled 0.25–3.5 1524
2H – Work hardened plates 0.4–6.35 1524
Polished Plate, brushed plate 0.5–4.0 1524

ASTM B370 C110 Copper Shims Imperial Dimensions

Plate Surface finish Gauge (in) Width (max in)
2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed Plate 10–24 72*
2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled plate 12–24 60
BA Mexinox only 18–28 48
Polished Sheet (not brushed) 11–24 60
Temper rolled Sheet Mexinox only 13–29 48

Copper Plate Weight Per Meter

THICKNESS (mm) 4' x 2' 2M x 1M 2.5M x 12.5M
0.35 2.37    
0.4 2.68 7.14  
0.45 2.99 8.04  
0.5 3.3 8.93  
0.55 3.61 9.8  
0.6 3.92 10.72  
0.7 4.64 12.5  
0.8 5.3 14.29  
0.9 6.0 16.07  
1.0 6.6 17.86  
1.2 7.9 21.43 34
1.4 9.3    
1.6 10.6 28.56 45
2.0 13.3 35.72 56
2.5 16.5 44.65 70
3.0 19.9 53.58 84
3.25 21.6 58.05 91
4.0 26.5 71.44 112
4.76 32.3 85.0 133
5.0 33.1 89.3 140
6.0 39.8 107.16 168
6.35 42.2 113.4 177
8.0 54   224
9.525 64   266
10.0     279
12.0   215 335
12.7   227  
15.8   283  
16.0   268  
19.0   340  
20.0   358  
22.0   393  
25.0   447  
30.0   536  
40.0   715  
45.0   804  
50.0   893  
75.0   1340  
100.0   1787  
150.0   2680  

Thickness of 24 Gauge Copper Sheet Roll

STOCK of copper shim FINISHES SIZE in Milimeter THICKNESS in Milimeter
Natural Mill, Semi Bright 2000 x 1000 (*1200 x 600) 0.4*, 0.5, 0.7, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0
Natural Mill, Semi Bright 3000 x 1000 (new size) 1.2
Natural Mill, Semi Bright 8ft x 4ft (2438 x 1219) 1.2, 2.0
Mirror Bright Polished up to 3000 x 1000 0.7, 0.9, 1.2 (other thickness’ to order)
Dull Polish Brushed up to 3000 x 1000 0.9, 2000 x 1000 (other sizes to order)
Verdigris Green Pre-weathered 2000 x 1000 0.7
Hammered Polished 2000 x 1000 0.7

Thin Copper Strips Physical Properties

Physical Composition Value
Density 8.92 g/cm³
Melting Point 1083 °C
Thermal Expansion 16.9 x10^-6 /K
Modulus of Elasticity 117 GPa
Thermal Conductivity 391.2 W/m.K
Electrical Resistivity 0.0203 x10^-6 Ω .m

Sizes of Copper Shim Sheet

.125" 3.18mm
.134" 3.40mm
.156" 3.96mm
.187" 4.75mm
.250" 6.35mm
.312" 7.92mm
.375" 9.53mm
.500" 12.7mm
.625" 15.9mm
.750" 19.1mm
.875" 22.2mm
1" 25.4mm
1.125" 28.6mm
1.250" 31.8mm
1.500" 38.1mm
1.750" 44.5mm
2" 50.8mm
2.500" 63.5mm
3" 76.2mm