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Copper wiring complies with every code, ordinance and regulation for electrical conductors throughout the United States. Copper provides more current carrying capacity for a given diameter of wire than any other engineering metal.

Because of its strength, copper resists stretching, neck-down, creep, nicks and breaks. All your connections will be solid with sturdy, copper and its flexibility makes it easy to join, while its hardness helps keep connections securely in place. The pure copper used in building wire will resist corrosion from moisture, humidity, industrial pollution and other atmospheric influences – to insure safe, trouble-free performance for the life of your system.

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