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Simple Facts About Bare Copper Wire

submitted 2 months ago, Friday, Sep 15, 2017, 04:14:32 by ganpatiwires04 in Business
Simple Facts About Bare Copper Wire
Bare copper wire is a versatile type of copper. It can be used as a base in all types of cable and wire. The presence of bare wire in cables and wires lends it valuable grounding properties. Contractors prefer to work with bare wires because when used outdoors, bare copper is insulated from the elements.
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