Refrigeration Copper Pipe for Refrigeration Devices

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 Name:Refrigeration Copper Pipe for Refrigerating


Mainly used in refrigerating system of air conditioners; high precision and pressure-resistant product manufactured through extrusion, rolling, drawing, surface treatment, and heat treatment, usually processed into finned refrigeration pipe and other refrigeration devices.

Type Specificationss:


air conditioner copper pipe


 straight copper pipe,pancake coil copper pipe,capillary copper pipe


GB/T1527-2006,JIS H3300-2006,ASTM B75M,ASTMB42,ASTMB111,ASTMB395,

ASTM B359,ASTM B188,ASTM B698,ASTM B640,etc

















1m,2m,3m,6m,or as required


 1/16 hard,1/8 hard,3/8 hard,1/4 hard,1/2hard,full hard,soft,.


mill,polished,bright,oiled,hair line,brush,mirror,sand blast,or as required

Price Term

 Ex-Work,FOB,CNF,CFR,CIF etc



 TT,L/C etc

Export to

Singapore,Indonesia,Ukraine,Korea,Thailand,Viet Nam,Saudi Arabia,Brazil,Spain,Canada,



2 tons


 Standard export package ,or as required.


Copper pipe have strong, corrosion resistant properties, and become a modern 

contractor in all of commodity house pipes, heating, cooling water piping installation

of choice


If you have any question ,please feel free to contact me 

we are sure your inquiry or requirements will get prompt attention


Usage: Mainly used in refrigerating system of air conditioners; high precision and pressure-resistant product manufactured through extrusion, rolling, drawing, surface treatment, and heat treatment, usually processed into finned refrigeration pipe and other refrigeration devices.

Production Equipment

      750-1500kg main frequency induction copper melting furnace, 80MN water seal extruder, LG60 high speed two-roll cold pilger mill, straight-line wire-drawing machine, copper tube/pipe straightener, polisher, 84′ copper coil winding machine, straightening-cutting & pancake coiling machine, thermoplastic packaging machine, 1.2T continuous bright annealing furnace.

 80MN extruder

Continuous bright annealing furnace

Testing Devices

       spectrum analyzer, atomic absorption analyzer, spectrophotometry, analytical balances, metallurgical microscope, eddy current flaw detector, metal tensile testing machine, eddy conductivity instrument.

Hardness tester

Spectrum analyzer

Metallurgical microscope

Metal tensile testing machine

Atomic absorption analyzer


      refined copper — smelting & casting — extrusion — rolling — drawing — straightening-cutting/forming of pancake coil — bright annealing — packaging — finished goods.


GB/T 1527-2006     Drawn tube of copper and copper alloys
GB/T 16866-2006   Dimensions and tolerances of copper and copper alloy seamless tubes
GB/T 4423-2007     Copper and copper-alloy cold-drawn rod and bar
GB/T 5231-2001     Wrought copper and copper alloys chemical composition limits and forms of wrought products
GB/T 5585.1-2005   Copper or aluminium and its alloy bus bars for electrical purposes—Part 1:Copper andcopper alloy bus bars
GB/T 17791-2007   Seamless copper tube for air conditioner and refrigeration equipment
GB/T 19850-2005   The seamless round copper tubes for electrical purposes
GB/T 26024-2010   Seamless copper and copper alloys tube for valves on air-conditioning and refrigeration system
ASTM B280-2008   Standard Specification for Seamless Copper Tube for Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Field Service
EN 12735-1:2001  Copper and copper alloys Seamless,round copper tubes for air-conditioning and refrigeration Part 1:Tubes for piping systems
EN 12735-2:2001  Copper and copper alloy – seamless round copper tube/pipe for air-conditioning and refrigeration system – for equipment
JIS H3300-2009       Seamless copper and copper alloy tube/pipe

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Q:Are Copper Pellets ever used internally for an X-Ray ?
copper pellets are/were used by some radiologists to mark a specific area of the body that is difficult to locate on x-ray. if there is concern now an x-ray would determine whether the metal is still inside. the body has already surrounded the pellet with calcium. magnets do not affect copper so it should be no problem to get an MRI
Q:Sweet iron vs. Copper?
It is supposed to taste good and encourage salivation. I use both copper mouth and sweet iron bits.....I hope they actually do what they are supposed to do, I assume they do, since my horses seem to be happy in them!
Q:Why does zinc weigh less than copper?
The site is down now, so I can't see what they said, but I suspect this has to do with the difference between atomic mass and density. A zinc atom, as you have correctly stated, will weigh more than a copper atom. However, because the atoms pack differently in zinc metal than in copper metal, the bulk zinc metal is actually less dense than the bulk copper metal. So one cubic centimeter (or one penny) of zinc will weigh less than one of copper. The density of copper is 8.96g/mL, while that of zinc is 7.14g/mL.
Q:explain why hydrated copper (ii) ion complex have a color?
when electrons can be energized a bit, often visible light is capable of supplying sufficient energy. copper +2 has 9 electrons of equal energy in its third D-orbitals when dissolved in sufficient water, Cu+2 forms a complex ion with water molecules. when it forms a complex with 6 H2O's , the H2O ligands bond to the copper central atom with an octahedral geometry those bonds are covalent
Q:How many atoms of phosphorus are in 5.00 mol of copper(II) phosphate?
Cu3(PO4)2 is the formula so that means you have 2P per mole of it 5 mol x 2P/mol x (6.03 x 10^23 atoms) = answer
Q:does copper make electricity stronger?
From conservation of energy, no matter what you connect between a source and a load, you cannot get more energy to the load than you extract from the source. You CAN get higher voltage at a load than the source provides, if you have the proper hardware. A simple copper wire won't do it. For AC, it can be done with a step-up transformer, which will trade current for voltage. All that using copper does, is supply a more open pipeline for the current to flow. More open than air would otherwise be, or than just about any other metal in common construction use would otherwise be. Copper itself isn't a 100% perfect conductor (it isn't a 100% open pipe), it still has resistance. This is why you need a BIGGER copper wire to carry more electric current, or to carry the current a longer distance without significant voltage drop across the wire. Once you've properly sized the wire, so that it won't melt its insulation from internal heating, and so its own resistive voltage drop is as inconsequential to the operation of the load as needed, there really is no reason to upsize any larger than you need. Although, there is the practicality of stocking different wire types. (Note: higher gauge number means thinner wire). If most of a project will be installed with #10 gauge wire, and a small portion of the project is able to be installed with #14 gauge wire, there may be no reason to even buy any #14 guage wire, and just install #10 gauge wire in its place. Much more practical to not need to buy 500 ft of #14 gauge wire just to install 20 feet of it, when you are already installing 400 feet of #10 gauge wire. You can go with installing 420 ft of #10 gauge wire instead, all of which comes from the 500 ft roll.
Q:A slab of copper?
Unfortunately the mentioned figure seems to be absent but, strangely, I like the problem so let's see what I can do without the figure. By the way, engineers could do a little for their dull image by simply saying please if they want a favour. A slab of copper has even less charm and excitement than a refrigerator! The capacitance C ∝ A/d where A is the area of the plates and d the distance between them. ∝ is the proportionality sign. The initial stored energy in a capacitor = E = ½.C₁.V₁² In this case the initial voltage V₁ on the capacitor = Q/C₁ = 4×10⁻⁶/(7×10⁻¹¹) = 57,143 volts. In this case, the initial energy = E₁ = ½×7×10⁻¹¹ ×(57143)² = 0.1143 J. By insertion of the copper plate the capacitance increases to C₂ = C₁×7/5.833 = 8.4×10⁻¹¹ Farad At constant Q the voltage then reduces to Q/C₂= 47,619 volts and the stored energy to E₂ = ½×8.4×10⁻¹¹×(47,619)² = 0.0952 J Ratio E₁/E₂ = 1.20 Work done by the field on the copper = 0.1143 – 0.0952 = 0.019 J.
Q:Outside the air conditioner, the fine copper tube, the cool thick copper tube, the normal temperature indoor air is not cold, has the compressor broken?
Whether it can operate properly, if it can operate normally, but not refrigeration, is refrigerant leak, need to add refrigerant.
Q:Are Broken Copper Rabbits valuable or rare to show at a fair?
By broken copper, do you mean castor or chestnut? Also what breed of rabbit are they? Copper/castor/chestnut is pretty common really, when showing you look more for conformation and quality of color over just the color. For example, you could have some coppers... but are they good quality coppers? Blow into the fur and look the color up and you should be able to tell by the bands of color. Conformation is a whole different ball game and is different for all breeds. You can find oodles of show information on any breed or color if you Google it. Good luck! P.S. In most breeds, this color is referred to as chestnut. In rex, it is referred to as castor. And the only one I know of that refers to it as copper is Satin angoras and Satins. Opal is the dilute version of this color.
Q:Where can I find a strong horticultural copper compound?

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