Copper thin-walled pipe is manufactured in accordance with GOST 11383. The chemical composition of copper pipes for the production of standard determined in accordance with GOST 859-2001. Copper thin-wall tubes are used in heating systems, drinking water supply communications, conductive products, air conditioning systems. In industry, used in the manufacture of parts in the fields of: engineering, instrumentation, automotive, metallurgy and metal processing.
The main technological properties of copper pipes:
- High thermal conductivity;
- Electrical conductivity;
- Good corrosion resistance;
- environmental Safety.
Copper thin-walled tube made of copper marks M1, M2, M3 (marking indicates the purity of the alloy, and the percentage of impurities in its composition). Thus, M2 is a copper tube is made of copper with a general-purpose oxygen content to 0.08%.
Classification of copper tubes depending on size:
- The outside diameter ranging from 1.5 mm to 28.0 mm, with a pitch of 0.1 mm to 4 mm in accordance with the standard;
-by wall thickness ranging from 0.15 mm to 0.70 mm in steps of 0.5 and 1 mm according to the standard.
According to the material of the tube divided into hard and soft. In the manufacturing process a thin-walled copper tube is annealed and subsequently subjected to slow cooling, resulting acquires a certain flexibility.
The form of product delivery:
- Straight lines, often at 3 meters;
- In coils, length according to GOST at least 10 meters.
The magnitude of the tolerances considered in the production of copper tubing M1 (M2, M3) can be normal or high precision manufacturing.

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