Characteristics of copper pipes


Lightweight, with good thermal conductivity and high low-temperature strength. Commonly used in the manufacturing of heat exchange equipment (such as condensers). It is also used for assembling low-temperature pipelines in oxygen production equipment. Copper pipes with small diameters are commonly used for conveying pressurized liquids (such as lubrication systems, oil pressure systems, etc.) and as pressure measuring pipes for instruments.
Copper pipes have strong and corrosion-resistant properties, making them the preferred choice for modern contractors to install water pipes, heating, and cooling pipes in all residential commercial buildings.
Copper tube combines many advantages in one body: it is strong and has the high strength of ordinary metals; At the same time, it is more prone to bending, twisting, cracking, and breaking than ordinary metals, and has a certain degree of frost heave and impact resistance. Therefore, once installed, copper water pipes in water supply systems in buildings are safe and reliable to use, and even do not require maintenance and upkeep.

Key words:

Seamless steel pipe