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ETP Grade Copper Pipes Manufacturer & Exporter

ETP Grade Copper Pipes

Being renowned as a manufacturer and exporter of ETP (Electrolytic Tough Pitch), we are specialized in producing copper pipes. In high conductivity and lasting durability, ETP copper pipes our meet stringent industry standards for quality and performance. From electrical applications, plumbing to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, we manufacture pipes pipes which performs reliably and efficiently in different environmental conditions. We pay special attention to the precision of production and testing the copper pipes by the highest standards so that our products do not fail the expectations of our customers. With our position as a trusted worldwide supplier, we express our satisfaction in remaining an industry leader through our delivery of excellent products and services to our customers all over the world. Let us provide you with the ETP grade copper pipes and see the exceptional quality and reliability we have on offer.

Types of Copper Pipes:

Seamless Copper Pipes

Seamless ETP Copper Pipes

The seamless copper pipes are those that are manufactured without a joint involved meaning that they have greater strength & reliability when compared to pipes with the joint. They are frequently used in high pressure operations like plumbing, HVAC and industrial systems because of their great strength and corrosion resistance.

Threaded Copper Pipes

Threaded ETP Copper Pipes

Copper pipes with a threaded end are widely used in plumbing and natural gas lines for durable, leak-resistant connections. They ensure superior expedition and corrosion resistance hence they are perfect for water supply, heating systems and several industrial purposes.

Coiled ETP Copper Pipes

Copper pipes are flexible and versatile and can be employed in refrigeration, air conditioning and automotive applications. The coil shape makes them easy to handle on the site and to install in systems with various bends and lengths.

ETP Copper Pipes Specifications:

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

Our ETP grade copper pipes come in different sizes, shapes, and thicknesses in order to be adapted to the needs of each particular project. Whatever it is that you require whether straight, or coil we have customized solutions for your specific tastes our services are dedicated to satisfy your requirements. Furthermore, our pipes perform thorough testing to gain certificates of mechanical properties, which means that they work well under severe conditions as they are safe and durable. As an exporter, our focus is on customer satisfaction and we constantly work towards bringing the ultimate shopping experience on the globe. Through a network that extends across the entire world and with our efficient logistics solutions, we maintain the timely delivery of your orders, wherever your location may be.

ETP pipes

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 and Disadvantages

Advantages

  • High thermal conductivity
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Ductility and malleability
  • Long lifespan
  • Recyclable

Disadvantages

  • Costlier than other materials
  • Prone to oxidation if not properly protected
  • Susceptible to damage from high levels of acidity or alkalinity in water