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Introduction to plastic coated copper tube
- 2019-07-02-
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    The plastic coated copper tube is a kind of non-ferrous metal tube, which is a pressed and drawn seamless tube. High temperature strength, often used in the production of heat exchange equipment (such as condensers). It is also used to install low temperature pipelines in oxygen production equipment. Small diameter copper tubes are often used to transport pressurized liquids (such as smooth systems, oil pressure systems, etc.) and pressure gauges used as meters. The copper tube has strong and corrosion-resistant properties and is the first choice for modern contractors to install tap water pipes, heating and cooling pipes in all residential commercial houses. 1. Copper is economical. Because the copper tube is easy to process and connect, it saves data and total cost, stability and reliability during installation, eliminating maintenance. 2. Copper is simple. For internally threaded tubes of the same inner diameter, the copper tube does not require the thickness of ferrous metal. When installed, the copper tube is less expensive to transport, easier to protect, and takes up less space. 3. Copper is capable of changing shape. Because the copper tube can be tortuous and deformed, it can often be made into elbows and joints, and the smooth twists and turns allow the copper tube to bend at any angle. 4. Copper is easy to connect. 5. Copper is safe. No leakage, no combustion, no toxic gases, corrosion resistance. The copper tube is hard, non-corrosive, and resistant to high temperatures and high pressures, and can be used in a variety of environments. In contrast, the disadvantages of many other pipes are obvious. For example, the galvanized steel pipes used in the past residences are extremely rust-resistant, and the application time is not long, and the problems such as yellowing of the tap water and small water flow are presented. Some data will be agile at high temperatures, and there will be unsafe hidden dangers when used in hot water pipes. The melting point of copper is as high as 1083 degrees Celsius, and the temperature of the hot water system is very small for copper tubes.