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    • CommentAuthorqzz10011
    • CommentTime6 days ago
     

    Copper tubes, also known as copper tubes, are pressed and drawn seamless pipes.

    Copper tube has lighter weight, better thermal conductivity and lower temperature strength. It is often used to manufacture heat exchangers, such as condensers, etc. It is also used to assemble low temperature pipeline in oxygen making equipment. Copper tubes with small diameters are usually used for conveying pressure liquids (such as lubrication system, oil pressure system, etc.) and used as pressure gauges for instruments.

    Copper pipe has the characteristics of solid and corrosion resistance. It has become the first choice for modern contractors to install water pipes, heating and refrigeration pipes in all residential commercial housing.

    1. Because the copper tube is easy to process and connect, the material and the total cost can be saved when it is installed. It has good stability and reliability, and it can save the maintenance.

    2, copper is light. For the same inner diameter of the twisted pipe, the copper tube does not need the thickness of the black metal. When installed, the copper pipe has smaller transmission cost, easier maintenance and less space occupation.

    3, copper can change shape. Because copper tubes can bend and deform,

    It can often make elbow and joints. Smooth bending allows copper tubes to bend at any angle.

    4, copper is easy to connect.

    5, copper is safe. No leakage, no combustion, no toxic gas and corrosion resistance.

    Copper tube is hard and hard to corrode, and it is high temperature resistant and high pressure resistant. It can be used in many environments. Compared with this, many other pipe materials have obvious shortcomings, such as the galvanized steel pipe used in the past, which is very easy to rust, and the running water is yellow and the water is smaller when the time is not long. The strength of some materials at high temperature will be reduced rapidly. When used in hot water pipes, it will produce unsafe hidden dangers, and the melting point of copper is up to 1083 degrees centigrade, and the temperature of the hot water system is insignificant to the copper tube. Archaeologists discovered copper pipes 4500 years ago in the Egyptian pyramids, which still can be used.


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