Peter Graser is founder & President of International Expansion & Company, Inc., a firm dedicated to the advancement and manufacture of industrial metals for the wire industry. The firm has been in business since 1998. He has been active in the non-ferrous and bimetals wire industries since 2003. He graduated from Wofford College with a B.A. in Humanities, and from the Robinson School of Business of Georgia State University with an M.S. in International Business and Entrepreneurship. He is a member of the Wire Association International as well as the IAEI.
In continuing the task of locating and inspecting homes wired with Cu-Clad BCBW, D’Agostino solicited the assistance of Mr. John Yeamans, a long-time resident of Farmingville, NY, and a local real-estate agent serving all of Long Island.
In the world of electrical power, copper clad aluminum is the third of only three industrial metals referenced by the NEC as acceptable for use as the core-metal conductor in residential branch circuit conductor applications.
US residential builders installed copper-clad aluminum (CCA) building wire for residential branch circuits in tens of thousands (perhaps even hundreds of thousands) of single family homes, condominiums and apartments.