Copper Pipe and Copper Tube

What is Copper Pipe and Copper Tube

What is a Copper Pipe?

Copper pipe is a flexible material that can be used to mount heating systems as well as transport both gas and liquids. It is suitable for both domestic and commercial use, is inherently corrosion resistant, and since it is rigid and does not sag, it needs less supports during construction. Manibhadra Fittings is a leading 15mm Copper Pipe Manufacturer in India. A wide selection of Copper tubing is available in single lengths as well as multi-packs for larger work. Our 15mm copper pipes are available for same-day shipping or in-store pickup.

With high-quality raw materials, our R&D department has also provided us with the most up-to-date technologies and methods for supplying the highest quality Copper Pipe in India. Our new methods and cutting-edge technologies allow us to provide premium quality 15mm Copper Pipes at an affordable price.

Specification of 15mm Copper Pipe

  • Specification: ASTM B68, ASTM B75 ASTM B251, ASTM B280, ASTM B88,
  • Size: 15mm to 250MM OD thick 0.30mm to 20mm
  • Thickness: 0.3 – 9 mm
  • Types: Seamless / ERW / Welded / Fabricated.
  • Standard: Single Random, Double Random & Cut Length.

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What is a Copper Tube?

Copper tube is often used to deliver hot and cold tap water, as well as a refrigerant line in HVAC systems. Soft copper tubing and rigid copper tubing are the two main types of copper tubing. A flare attachment, compression connection, or solder is used to join copper tubing. Copper tube is most widely used for a variety of industrial applications and is accredited to ensure a high level of quality and performance.

Manibhadra Fittings is one of the leading Copper Tubes manufacturers in India. Copper has a high resistance to corrosion, but it is becoming increasingly expensive. There are two types of copper tubes: rigid copper and soft copper. Copper tubes are most often used to supply cold or hot tap water, but they can also be used in HVAC systems as a refrigerant thread. Type L, Type DWV, Type K, and Type M are the most common thicknesses available for tubes made of copper in the United States and Canada.

Advantages of Copper Tube

Manibhadra Fittings are India’s best leading Copper Tube Manufacturer in India. Copper Tube also has the highest thermal conductivity of any heat exchange material.

  1. Copper pipes have been used in plumbing for many years.
  2. Some plumbers prefer working with copper because it’s easily installed and requires fewer tools during installation. Copper pipes are durable. They resist snapping and bacteria growth.
  3. One of the main strengths of copper is that it won’t degrade in UV light.
  4. Unlike plastic pipes which are only for indoor use, copper pipes can be used in areas exposed to natural light.

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Features of Copper Tube

  1. High strength
  2. Excellent finish
  3. Chemical resistance
  4. Thermal resistance
  5. Dimensional accuracy
  6. Leakproof and Durable
  7. High energy absorption.
  8. Good workability and weldability.
  9. Good sulfide stress corrosion resistance
  10. High resistance to pitting, crevice corrosion resistance
  11. High resistance to stress corrosion cracking, corrosion fatigue, and erosion
  12. Low thermal expansion and higher heat conductivity than authenticate steels

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