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post #15 of (permalink) Old 10-09-2012, 03:33 PM
nalu86
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Originally Posted by AirstoND View Post
Try aluminum conduit, aluminum oxide doesn't scale off like copper's.

Aluminum is actually the best conductor, copper is the cheapest conductor.
Where did you get your source?

copper is 3-6x more expensive than aluminum...
And copper is one of the best conductors, that why they use it for electricity, and heating elements. The best conductor is gold, but that's to expensive to use.

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