The Architect's Best Reference
The Copper in Architecture Design Handbook is the go-to reference for working with all copper architectural elements. Whether in roofing, wall-cladding, or specialized applications -- both exterior and interior -- the Design Handbook covers it all.
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Soldering and Brazing Explained
For many years the two most common methods of joining copper tube and fittings have been soldering and brazing. These tried and true methods are in a number of ways similar, yet there are also several distinct differences that set them apart.