An added advantage of COPPER
COVID-19 has spread around the world. According to Worldometer, more than 210 countries have already been affected, sending billions of people into lockdown, globally 2,604,748 people have been infected and around 181,047 have died so far.
The new coronavirus is a respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes, or through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose and it remains on surfaces and other objects for several hours.
But the question is can humans get infected from Coronavirus through metals?
Copper is a natural, passive, antimicrobial material. It can self-sterilize its surface without the need for electricity or bleach (by Mark Wilson – Fast Company). Copper has been used by mankind since last many centuries to make objects like tools, home accessories, fixtures, cooking utensils, jewellery and weapons.
Many societies prefer making and drinking in copper appliances. People are using copper utensils since last many centuries for its health benefits. In some of the countries, it is used to purify water in order to prevent infections.
Professor Bill Keevil, Director of the Environmental Healthcare Unit at University of Southampton’s School of Biological Sciences, was among the first microbiological researchers to experiment on copper’s efficiency and reveals that the effects of copper are very promising in reducing microbial infections.
Having exceptional health benefits and properties, it helps in the formation of haemoglobin, needed to make red blood cells. Copper is very important for the development of the brain and nervous system. Copper helps in the maintenance of healthy white blood cells which plays a great role in supporting the immune system. (Medically reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, from Medical News Today).
So with the health benefits of copper known, why don’t we use more copper today? In addition, copper is 100% recyclable and renewable. Copper recycling in Dubai is critical for the production of electrical applications like the production of superfine enamelled wires, power cables, plumbing tubes, roofing sheets and heat exchangers.
Buyers of copper scrap using simple methodology to handle copper scrap that involves collecting, segregating, processing, packaging & smelting to get fully diluted good quality copper.
From scrap metals recycling to manufacturing process, our global company Lucky Group has been adding value to many recycling industries all over the world.
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