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ETP Grade Copper Pipes Manufacturer & Exporter in Saudi Arabia

Copper Fittings, a leading copper pipes manufacturer and exporter in Saudi Arabia, is focused on the production of ETP grade copper pipes which are known for their quality. By setting a standard of excellence and offering a variety of copper piping solutions that meet all industrial and commercial requirements, their company brings in customized solutions. Their ETP grade copper pipes are made by using cutting-edge technology and meet the strict quality standards that offer longevity and high performance. Widely known for their outstanding corrosion resistance, high thermal conductivity, and great ability to form different shapes, Copper Fittings ETP grade copper pipes find usage in sectors like HVAC, plumbing, refrigeration, and electrical installations. The company is driven by a team of professionals with customer focus and a mission to provide trusted products and exceptional services to all its clients across the world.

ETP Grade Copper Saudi Arabia

ETP Copper Pipes Specification:

Technical Parameters
Specifications :ASTM B42 / ASME SB42, DIN 2.0060, BS 2870 C101, BS 2874 C101, BS 2875 C101, EN CW004A, C11000
Outer Diameter :1.5 mm - 350 mm.
Length :Up to 18 Meter
Thickness :0.1-60mm
Materials :Copper content of 99.9%
Temper :M. Soft; Y4. 1/4 Hard; Y2. 1/2 Hard; Y Hard; T Ultra-hard; R Hot rolling.
End : Plain End

Features of ETP Grade Copper Pipes:

  • Corrosion Resistance: ETP grade copper pipes have excellent resistant of corrosion and thus are perfect for both outdoor and indoor application in the conditions as marine and industry.
  • Ductility and Formability: By being the best in ductility and formability category, the pipe bends, shapes and installs easily without damaging the strength of the pipe.
  • Low Maintenance: Being inherently corrosion resistant and long-lasting, ETP copper pipes are relatively free from maintenance throughout their life, thus reducing their overall operational expense.
  • Biostatic Properties: Copper is a natural antimicrobial so it inhibits bacteria, fungi and algae growth within the piping system. Therefore, ETP copper pipes are the right choice it hygiene is a priority (ex. in water distribution).
  • Environmentally Friendly: Copper is a 100% recyclable material, and ETP grade pipes are recyclable that contribute to the sustainable agenda at the end of their service life, hence they support the environment by reducing pollution.

ETP Copper Pipes Chemical Composition:

Chemical CompositionWeight percentage
Copper [Cu]99.9 %
Oxygen [P]50 to 400 PPM
Lead [Sn]0.005% Max.
Total Impurity< 0.02%

ETP Copper Pipes Physical Properties:

Physical Properties
Coefficient Of Thermal Expansion9.4 10−6Per °F (68-212 F)
9.6 10−6Per °F (68-392 F)
9.8 10−6Per °F (68-572 F)
Density0.322 Lb/In3 @ 68 F
Electrical Conductivity101%IACS @ 68 F
Electrical Resistivity10.3 Ohms-Cmil/Ft @ 68 F
Melting Point Liquid US1981 F
Melting Point Solid US1949 F
Modulas Of Elasticity In Tension17000 Ksi
Modulas Of Rigidity6400 Ksi
Specific Gravity8.91
Specific Heat Capacity0.092 Btu/Lb/°F @ 68 F
Thermal Conductivity226.0 BTU In/Hr.Ft2.°F @ 68 F

Advantages & Disadvantages of ETP Grade Copper Pipes:

Advantages:

  • High Conductivity: ETP grade copper pipes offer excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, ensuring efficient heat transfer and optimal performance in various applications.
  • Corrosion Resistance: These pipes are highly resistant to corrosion, making them suitable for use in both indoor and outdoor environments, including harsh conditions such as marine and industrial settings.
  • Ductility and Formability: ETP grade copper pipes are highly ductile and easily formable, allowing for convenient bending, shaping, and installation without compromising their structural integrity.
  • Recyclability: Copper is a fully recyclable material, and ETP grade copper pipes can be recycled at the end of their service life, reducing environmental impact and promoting sustainability.

Disadvantages:

  • Cost: ETP grade copper pipes can be more expensive than alternative piping materials, initially increasing project costs. However, their long-term durability and low maintenance requirements often offset this initial investment.
  • Susceptibility to Theft: Due to the scrap value of copper, ETP grade copper pipes are sometimes targeted by thieves, posing a security risk, particularly in unoccupied or remote locations.
  • Compatibility Concerns: While copper is generally compatible with most water types, certain aggressive water conditions, such as high acidity or alkalinity, may lead to corrosion or other issues, requiring careful consideration during installation.
  • Potential for Pinhole Leaks: In rare cases, localized corrosion or manufacturing defects may lead to pinhole leaks in ETP grade copper pipes, although proper installation and maintenance practices can help mitigate this risk.