We are leading supplier of Copper Extruded Tubes. We manufacture a wide range of Copper Extruded Tubes that can be utilized in many applications at home or commercial applications. These fittings are highly durable and resistant to rust.
Length: 15 m (max in straight), 4-6 meters, 2-4 meters, 6-8 meters
Brand: Mehta Tubes
Place Of Origin: Pan India
Size: 1''-2'', 2''-3''
Type: Type K
Hollow Sections: Circular
We are involved in offering a wide range of Type k Copper Tubing to our most valued clients.Our range of Type k Copper Tubing is widely appreciated by our clients which are situated all round the nation.We offer our range of Type k Copper Tubing at most affordable prices.
We are involved in offering a wide range of Type I Copper Tubing to our most valued clients.Our range of Type I Copper Tubing is widely appreciated by our clients which are situated all round the nation.We offer our range of Type I Copper Tubing at most affordable prices.
Length: 15 (max in straight), 150 m (max in coil), 2-4 meters, 4-6 meters, 6-8 meters
Outer Diameter: 3.00 (min) - 219 (max) mm
Wall Thickness: 0.3 mm (min)
We recommend our copper tube for heat exchangers and condensers because copper's inherent superiority in thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance and strength has made it a preferred primary metal for Heat exchangers(radiators) and condensers since the dawn of cars and trucks.
Now, with new technologies, our copper tube can be used to make smaller, lighter and stronger copper radiators. These radiators will be far more environmentally friendly because they are lead-free and easier and cleaner to produce. Made with a non-toxic, low temperature allows based on the CuNiSnP system, they can be brazed in the same vacuum and controlled atmosphere furnaces used for aluminium radiators and at the same temperature (approx. 600°C). And since flux isn't present, cleaning after brazing isn't needed and no dangerous metals remain in the brazing material.
The Copper tubes that we manufacture are extensively used in Air conditioning systems. The use of copper tube in air-conditioning and refrigeration systems has grown steadily in recent years. This is in large measure due to the inherent properties of the copper metals and their unique abilities to meet the needs of the ACR industry. Stringent new requirements, including demands for increased operating efficiency and the reduction or elimination of harmful emissions, have led to a new appreciation for copper tube's role in product enhancement.
Product Specifications - Weight Calculation (OD-WT) x WT x 0.0281 = KGS/ MTR
The industrial copper tubes and copper pipes that we manufacture for the automobile industry has certain advantages over other metals. Copper had been proved since the early days to have many good attributes. It is easy to bend and has very high corrosion resistance.
Copper's inherent superiority in thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance and strength has made it a preferred primary metal for radiators since the dawn of cars and trucks. Now, with new technologies, it can be used to make smaller, lighter and stronger copper radiators. These radiators will be far more environmentally friendly because they are lead free and easier and cleaner to produce.
Additional increased copper content results from a number of accessories being electric instead of hydraulic. Power steering and braking are achieved electrically. The efficiency and performance of these two technologies make them candidates for installation on internal combustion vehicles in the near future. Heating and air conditioning are also achieved electrically and in some cases with a heat pump.
Electric Vehicles and even hybrid Electric Vehicles will use approximately twice as much copper as a conventional vehicles and this will provide the added advantage of excellent recyclability when the vehicle is removed from service.
Our industrial copper tubes and copper pipes can be widely utilized in the design of seawater systems for their excellent resistance to corrosion and biofouling and many other excellent properties. Copper corrodes at negligible rates in unpolluted air, water, and deaerated nonoxidizing acids. Copper alloy artifacts have been found in nearly pristine condition after having been buried in the earth for thousands of years, and copper roofing in rural atmospheres has been found to corrode at rates of less than 0.4 mm in 200 years.
Copper alloys resist many saline solutions, alkaline solutions, and organic chemicals. However, copper is susceptible to more rapid attack in oxidizing acids, oxidizing heavy-metal salts, sulfur, ammonia (NH3), and some sulfur and NH3 compounds.
Copper is widely used in applications like freshwater and seawater supply lines, heat exchangers, condensers, shafting, valve stems, and marine hardware - in which resistance to seawater, hydrated salt deposits, and biofouling from marine organisms is important.