Copper conducts heat up to eight times better than other metals. In any application involving heat transfer--from radiant heating to snow melting to direct exchange geothermal pump systems--copper's high thermal conductivity provides an advantage. Comparing copper, aluminum and steel, copper is by far the best conductor of heat. In solar energy systems, copper's superior thermal conductivity means that thinner copper sheet can collect the same heat as a much thicker-gauge sheet of aluminum or steel. And it means that copper collector tubes can be more widely spaced.
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