Cadi Company was founded over 46 years ago by Rocco Capozzi, Sr., to manufacture and distribute copper with expert attention to quality processing and service. The family owned and operated business quickly outgrew its Waterbury, Connecticut location and moved to a modern larger facility in Naugatuc...
"I would recommend Cadi Company for copper alloy bar stock. They always have what I need, whether it is a small rectangle bar or a large order of C18000 rods. I have worked with Ron for years. Always a very professional company."
"It's important to my company that we have consistently high-quality copper that is machined to exact specifications. Cadi is easy to work with and the products are always delivered on time. I would give them 5 stars and recommend them."
"I've been getting my seam welding wheels at Cadi for over 15 years. They always have what I need in stock, ready to ship. The wheels are always manufactured to my exact tolerances."
Cadi Company is pleased to announce its continued membership with the American Welding Society (AWS)...read more
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Copper alloys C17500 and C17510, also known as Beryllium Copper alloys, both have very good mechanic...read more