As per B.S. 2871 Part - 2/72 C 101 Near Equivalent specification B.S. 1977/ 63 & (ASTM B - 188-81) Uses:Copper tube used for gas, heater and hydraulic lines, oil burners, refrigerators, evaporators and heat exchangers.Hollow (round, square, rectangular and elliptical) electrical conductors in high voltage installation, induction furnaces etc. Additional Details:
Tensile strength kg/mm2
% Elongation on 5.65 A Min..
20.5 to 25.5
As drawn (M)
Electrical Conductivity 99.25% I.A.C.S Min. at 20° C (Annealed)
Copper Tubes for Heating Application & Solar Panels
Hollow Sections: Circular
Length: 4-6 meters, 15 m (max in straight)
Tensile strength (Kg/mm2): 21.5 min
The copper tube we manufacture finds numerous applications in Heating and Solar Panels. For steam-heating systems, especially return lines, the outstanding corrosion resistance and non-rusting characteristics of copper tube assure trouble-free service and maintenance of traps, valves, and other devices.
A modern application of an ancient principle, radiant panel heating, can be used successfully in nearly all types of structures. In panel systems, low-temperature hot water, circulating through coils or grids of copper tube embedded in a concrete floor or plaster ceiling, warms the surfaces and the air. Panel systems offer uniform heating and comfort, an invisible heat source, complete use of the floor area, cleanliness and the elimination of dust-carrying drafts.
Listed below are the properties of the Copper tubes manufactured by us that are ideal for heating applications -
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