Nickel is a lustrous, silvery metal. It has a high melting point of 1,453°C, low thermal and electrical conductivities, high resistance to corrosion and oxidation, extraordinary strength and toughness at elevated temperatures. It is widely used both as a pure metal and as a component of alloys with other metals. In 2006, more than 60% of nickel produced worldwide was used for the production of stainless steel.

Nickel Cathode
Nickel cathode is characterised by its purity, high melting point and corrosion resistance. It has good mechanical properties and magnetic extendibility. It is mainly used in the production of stainless steel, high-strength alloys, precision alloys, electroplate and petrochemical productions.
Copper has high electrical and thermal conductivity and its good malleability makes copper to be used in a wide range of applications in the building and construction industry, transportation, production of wires and cables, electrical and electronic products and, to a lesser extent, production of industrial machinery and equipment and consumer products.

Copper Cathode
According to the national standards of copper cathode, the copper and silver contents of copper cathode is not less than approximately 99.95%.

Raw Copper
The copper content of raw copper is approximately 95%.

Copper Concentrate
It is extracted from polymetallic ores and is a necessary raw material for the production of copper. Its copper content is approximately 25%-28%.
In addition to nickel and copper products, our products include cobalt products, precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum and palladium derived from our production.