Copper foil: employed in new generations of lithium-ion batteries.
Silver foil: produced for special batteries that require particular electrochemical reactions.
Cu-alloys foil: used in batteries that must sustain extreme mechanical and thermic solicitations.
Aluminum laminates: serving as multi-layered packaging to ensure cell safety.
Copper foil: used in hospital and health facilities for its anti-bacterial properties.
Silver foil: employed in various medical devices for its unique stability among metals.
Aluminum laminates: guarantees sealed environments for organic materials.
Silver foil: the metal foil most widely used by jewelry producers across the world.
Cu-alloys foil: utilized for the various range of colors in red, brown and gold that these metal foils can replicate.
Other laminates: laminated silver ensures adaptive mechanical properties where very delicate processing is required.
Aluminum laminates: a material that adapts easily to the shape needed to transfer heat, and that warms up very quickly.
Copper laminates: copper ensures the best performance in terms of heat conductivity among metals, while lamination strengthens its flexibility.
Copper foil: as a bare foil, layers of thin copper are used to ensure a very constant thermic performance.
Copper foil: transformers, capacitors, fuses and many other electric components all utilize copper for its conductivity and versatility.
Silver foil: where circuits need to ensure safety with virtually no tolerance allowed, silver guarantees such condition thanks to its purity and stability.
Other laminates: many small devices that transmit or receive data need tailor-made metal laminates to ensure stable performance throughout time.