Brass tube characteristics
The brass tube is light in weight, good in thermal conductivity and high in low temperature strength. Often used in the manufacture of heat exchange equipment (such as condensers, etc.). It is also used in the assembly of cryogenic piping in oxygen plants. Copper pipes with small diameters are often used to transport pressurized liquids (such as lubrication systems, oil pressure systems, etc.) and pressure gauges used as meters. Brass tubes are sturdy and corrosion resistant.
It has the following advantages: the copper tube is hard, not easy to corrode, and is resistant to high temperature and high pressure, and can be used in a variety of non-copper type environments. Compared with brass tubes, the disadvantages of many other tubes are obvious. For example, in the past, many galvanized steel pipes used in residential buildings are very easy to rust. When the use time is short, there will be problems such as yellowing of water and small water flow. Some materials also have a rapid decrease in strength at high temperatures, which can cause unsafe hazards when used in hot water pipes. However, since the melting point of copper is as high as 1083 degrees, the influence of the temperature of the brass tube on the hot water system is negligible. Common brass tubes include brass tubes for electrical appliances, brass tubes for refrigeration, high pressure brass tubes, corrosion resistant brass tubes, brass tubes for connection, brass tubes for waterways, electric brass tubes, and industrial yellows. Copper pipes, etc.