1968-02-01

Copper Clad Aluminum in Electrical Application 680480

A variety of clad metals of the copper-aluminum family are finding their way into electrical applications. Breakthroughs in technologies of bonding now make this generic group of materials, hitherto economically impractical, available for normal electrical uses in strip and the all new, wire form. These materials combine the conductivity and joinability of copper with the light weight and low cost of aluminum.

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