Copper Pipe, also known as Copper Tube, is a versatile product, with its high strength, superior corrosion resistance and outstanding thermal efficiency, along with the ability to conform to any kind of requirement, makes it an almost ideal metal that is necessary for our everyday lives.
Today, copper pipes are an important part of systems for heating, refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation systems, helping to keep the climate clean and productive. There are also other applications that make effective use of a copper pipe to not only optimize costs and performance but also to facilitate easy installation.
Advantages of Copper Pipe
- They have high strength and exceptional thermal capabilities that are nearly 8 times greater than aluminum.
- Copper Pipe can tolerate corrosion much better than most other metals.
- Copper Pipe is very robust and can handle the peculiarities of the weather well. It is unaffected by ultraviolet radiation and does not belch out harmful toxic gases in the case of a fire, since it has superior resistance to burning.
- Copper Pipe can be joined with solder to produce solid, durable joints.
- Copper Pipe is environmentally sustainable and can easily be recycled.
The superior resistance to corrosion and suitable machinability of these pipes meet the increased requirements for safety as well as for production optimization in the automotive industry. Electrical and electronic components in motor vehicles require copper rolled products for plug-type connectors, cable lugs, connector blocks, relays and driving motors.
Copper tube is the “soul” of the so-called high-frequency coaxial cable used in telecommunications. Transmitting masts for mobile telecommunications are fitted with these high-frequency coaxial cables. In order to ensure low loss transmission from transmitter to antenna mast and from the antenna to the receiver, inner and outer conductors made from a tube, manufactured from high conductivity types of copper, are used.
Copper Tubes in Air-Conditioning
Technological advancements in refrigeration and air conditioning may have been unimaginable without the development of a special copper conduit. The inherent characteristics of copper, such as the outstanding heat transfer capabilities, precisely meet the challenging needs of the air conditioning industry.
For generations, copper has been used in the design of roofs and facades. Besides the aesthetic aspects, considerations of economy and the desire for natural, environment – friendly materials lead to the choice of copper. The durability of copper, its appeal and its good processing qualities have made it an important component in the discerning architecture.
Building Products Made Of Copper Tubes
Copper tubes are of significant value for building, engineering and interior finishing. The use of copper tubing in domestic installations has a long history, and copper handling is one of the core concepts of both conventional and new domestic installation technology. Hot and cold drinking water, heating water, gas, liquid gas and oil are transported safely through copper tubes.