Copper is another name for brass, which is purplish red and has good electrical conductivity, heat conduction, extension and corrosion resistance.
Because of its low strength, it is not suitable for manufacturing mechanical devices.
Especially for large lamps with large weight, the main body and the stressed parts have higher requirements on the strength of the materials, so pure copper, as most of us understand, is not suitable for making lamp bodies.
Almost all of them are commonly used in production.
The brass lighting lamp body is mainly composed of copper, zinc and lead ternary and multi-component brass.
Because such copper lamps are impeccable in color, processability, ductility, easy plating and easy coating.
After stamping, spinning, bending, welding and other processes. The copper lamp is old and has a heavy sense of history. If you do electroplating, it will be resplendent and noble.
There are five categories of copper lamps: chandeliers, ceiling lamps, wall lamps, desk lamps, and floor lamps.
Mainly used in villas and high-end hotel rooms, clubs, high-end goods small houses, brand Joint stores, bars, KTV and other places.
American lamp shades are more common: glass covers, cloth covers, or solder lampshades.
The reasonable matching of lampshades can make the lights not loose while avoiding halo phenomenon to achieve better lighting effect. The combination of the light stand and the light is unique!
After the oxidation treatment isolates the contact between oxygen and the copper lamp, the copper lamp can maintain the primary color for a long period of time.
However, after a long time, dust will inevitably fall on the lamp body. At this time, the dust on the lamp holder and lampshade can be gently wiped with clean and dry soft cotton cloth. Regular dust removal is the secret of keeping the atmosphere.