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CDA Hosts December Copper in Architecture Webinar Focusing on Properties of Copper and Copper Alloys
The Copper Development Association (CDA) is hosting a "Copper in Architecture" webinar for design professionals on December 19. Attendees have the opportunity to gain continuing education credit through the American Institute of Architects (AIA) while learning how copper, brass and bronze are used in building and construction.
Pullman Regional Hospital Invests in Bacteria-Killing Copper to Reduce Potentially Deadly Infections
A level IV trauma center in Washington State has installed copper components throughout its facility as another way of reducing hospital-acquired infections and keeping their patients safe.
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A Tale of Two Churches
Church steeples and other parts of the buildings are prime targets for lightning, and often are inadequately or not grounded properly. The two stories in this article point out how necessary, and yet inexpensive and cost-effective this protection is.
SE at a Glance
Downloadable infographics highlighting copper's role in wind and solar energy, energy storage and electric motors.
Grounding with Copper:Tinning vs. Non-tinning
The selection of a tinned copper conductor versus bare is often dictated by soil analysis or environment. This article discussed the basics of that choice.