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Copper is an integral part of a building's performance, delivering beauty,
design flexibility, colour, protection, longevity and inspiration.
Newsletter September 2017

How copper and copper alloy surface appearances evolve

Copper has a long tradition as a building construction and design material. It has commonly been used for centuries for roofs and decades in various external structures e.g. facades, cladding, gutters, and down pipes. 

A new feature on our website demonstrates the evolution of copper and copper alloy surfaces on buildings in different locations throughout Europe.
Our recently published brochure summarizes the latest research on the evolution of copper and copper alloy surfaces, highlighting the weathering effects for a number of buildings in different locations throughout Europe.

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