Metal In Construction

Copper is commonly used in the construction industry to form pipes and tubing, as it is malleable and joints can be easily formed by soldering. It is also used as a cladding material, sometimes allowed to oxidise to a blue green colour. Because of its ductility, aluminium can be formed into many shapes and profiles. Aluminium wall cladding systems are commonly used for building exteriors, with large wall panels requiring fewer joints, resulting in time-efficient installation. Today, aluminium is the second most used metal in buildings after steel, used for roofing, flashing, wall panels, windows and doors, spandrels, and so on.

A separate licence must be obtained from each council area the collector wishes to operate in. Lutetium is one of the most expensive rare earth metals and is never found on earth in a pure state. It’s named after an ancient name for Paris and was discovered in 1907.… Read More