To satisfy the market demand, copper tubes are produced in three groups of TPC, DHP and DLP with following applications

TPC:These copper tubes have excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, and are mainly used i n electrical applications especially as cab le shoes

DHP, DLP:Good workability, draw-ability, high heat conductivity and weld ability are the main characteristics of this category of copper tubes, which make them excellent to be used in HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems and industrial heat exchangers

Ramtin copper industries Co. offers copper tubes in a wide range of diameter with different thickness. More detail information is shown in the following t able


 (Leaded Red Brass)

Alloy C83600, the most common red brass, is called 85 metal or 85-5-5-5. It contains 85% copper and 5% each of tin, lead, and zinc. Typical uses for red brass are for low-pressure valves, pump housings, impellers, and fittings.

Phosphorous-Bronze (Leaded Red Brass) tube 


Brass is a binary alloy composed of copper and zinc that has been produced for millennia and is valued for its workability, hardness, corrosion resistance, and attractive appearance

The exact properties of different brasses depend on the composition of the brass alloy, particularly the copper-zinc ratio. In general, however, all brasses are valued for their machinability or the ease with which the metal can be formed into desired shapes and forms while retaining high strength

Ramtin Copper Industries Co., is capable of producing bras bars and tubes in different cross section sizes ranging from 8 to 180 mm