Monthly Archives: February 2021

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  • Doppler Copper

Doppler Copper

Doppler Copper Row on row of copper seams recede into the distance, offering a visual doppler effect. The new roof on Austin Hall at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, invigorates and protects the oldest building west of the Mississippi River to be used continuously by an educational institution. After the existing stainless steel roof [...]

By |February 26th, 2021|Copper, DoWeDo News, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge|Comments Off on Doppler Copper
  • Copper Work Buildings

Copper Work Buildings

Copper Work Buildings Copper cladding preferred as lightweight, long-lasting, efficient material for fabricating wall panels It started on rooftops and is increasingly making its way down the sides of buildings and onto the structures below. Copper wall cladding options are becoming more popular in North America as builders adopt the style for various architectural purposes. [...]

By |February 23rd, 2021|Copper, Copper Sheet, DoWeDo News, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge|Comments Off on Copper Work Buildings
  • How Storage Containers Can Prevent Copper Theft at Construction Sites

How Storage Containers Can Prevent Copper Theft at Construction Sites

How Storage Containers Can Prevent Copper Theft at Construction Sites Copper theft continues to be a true concern for contractors and has been for several years despite the fact that the number metal claims have dipped this past year, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The reason is the on-going correlation between higher [...]

By |February 20th, 2021|Copper, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge, TUBING, Tubing Material|Comments Off on How Storage Containers Can Prevent Copper Theft at Construction Sites
  • Copper in Construction

Copper in Construction

Copper in Construction Copper is a soft, malleable, ductile metal with high thermal and electrical conductivity and good resistance to corrosion due to the protective patina that forms on its surfaces. It has low thermal expansion, making it stable and resistant to deterioration from movement. It is relatively light compared to lead, and requires little [...]

By |February 17th, 2021|BRASS & COPPER, Copper, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge, PIPE, TUBING|Comments Off on Copper in Construction
  • Copper or Steel Building Materials for Your Construction

Copper or Steel? Building Materials for Your Construction

Copper or Steel? Pros and Cons of These Common Building Materials for Your Construction Choosing the right materials for any construction project is a must. If you’re looking at metals, for example, you might reach a point at which choosing between copper and steel becomes necessary. Below are a few of the areas where each [...]

By |February 14th, 2021|Copper, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, DoWeDo News, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge, Steel, Tubing Material|Comments Off on Copper or Steel? Building Materials for Your Construction
  • How to Prevent Copper Pipes from Freezing

How to Prevent Copper Pipes from Freezing

How to Prevent Copper Pipes from Freezing A frozen water line can cause pipes to burst and wreck your home Prevent pipes from freezing in the first place—a little ice can tear open a water supply line. That's bad enough, but the real disaster often occurs as the ice thaws and water flows freely into [...]

By |February 11th, 2021|BRASS & COPPER, Copper, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Applications, Metal Knowledge, PIPE, TUBING|Comments Off on How to Prevent Copper Pipes from Freezing

The Tips for Welding Copper

The Tips for Welding Copper Copper is a soft, non-ferrous metal that can be easily bent, cut, shaped and joined using several welding processes. While it is often used to make decorative household and architectural items, it is an excellent conductor of electricity and heat, and so is widely used in the electrical industry, while [...]

By |February 8th, 2021|BRASS & COPPER, Copper, Copper Alloy Tubes, Copper Fittings, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Knowledge, Metal Processes, PIPE|Comments Off on The Tips for Welding Copper
  • How to Repair a Broken Copper Pipe in Your Home

How to Repair a Broken Copper Pipe in Your Home

How to Repair a Broken Copper Pipe in Your Home A quick and easy, no-soldering fix for your burst pipe. Tools Required Disconnect clip Emery cloth Large bucket Pipe Cutter Materials Required Straight slip repair coupling Project step-by-step (8) Step 1 Shut off the Water Locate the shutoff valve to your water main and close [...]

By |February 6th, 2021|BRASS & COPPER, Copper, Copper Fittings, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Knowledge, PIPE, TUBING|Comments Off on How to Repair a Broken Copper Pipe in Your Home
  • How to CORRECTLY Solder a Copper Pipe

How to CORRECTLY Solder a Copper Pipe

How to CORRECTLY Solder a Copper Pipe Hi in this article I’ll be thoroughly explaining how to solder copper pipe to get a nice leak-free joint. If you’re unfamiliar with soldering, you’ll be able to solder any diameter pipe after this video with ease and peace of mind. Step 1: How to Solder Copper Pipe [...]

By |February 3rd, 2021|Copper, Copper Fittings, Copper Pipe, Copper Tubes, Copper Tubing, DoWeDo News, Metal, Metal Knowledge, PIPE|Comments Off on How to CORRECTLY Solder a Copper Pipe