Copper is used in a number of car and truck components, mainly radiators, brakes and bearings, in addition to, of course, cabling and electric engines. It is used intensively in the automotive and railway sectors.
Copper and aluminum are electrically conductive metals, reason for which it has become the most widely used metal in the manufacture of electrical cabling for both industrial and residential use, in the electricity and energy, telecommunications and renewable energy sectors, among others.
The use of copper by companies dedicated to construction and ornamentation is widespread, due to the fact a large part of water supply networks is made of copper or brass due to their resistance to corrosion and anti-microbial properties.
The most common known use of processed copper. Ever since coins began to be minted in ancient times, copper has been used as the raw material, sometimes pure, but more often in alloy form.
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