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Specific Industries


ACR (Refrigeration) & Industrial Chillers

Boasting about nine hundred major facilities nationwide, the ACR industry has a hundred thousand employees and grosses about thirty billion dollars a year in the USA. We serve industries requiring maximum transfer of heat in the shortest amounts of time. Copper has been a first choice for tubing used in the refrigeration industry for many decades, because of its long lasting properties. Pipes installed up to 60 years ago are still functioning in some locations. Copper also performs exceptionally well in the exchange of heat, beating aluminum and other metals. (See more information about ACR copper tubing).


As developing nations increase their demand for domestic refrigeration units, demand also increases on commercial producers of all foods that require cooling or freezing in transportation and storage. Last year, China alone doubled its purchases of refrigerators, and many countries followed with less dramatic statistics, as the general increase in global temperatures required more refrigeration of foodstuffs. Refrigeration specialists, Johnson Controls, Inc.have seen a 40% rise in business from outside the US in the past year. World demand has held steady at an increase of just under 8% per year, from 2004 to present day. The ACR industry uses the blue color coded copper tubing associated with ASTM B 280, and is used in applications involving compressed air, refrigeration, of course air conditioning, and some gases.


Copper Tubing Coils in the Aerospace Industry

The Aerospace industry is two things: (a) lots of tubing, and (b) everything else. From fuel to coolant to sophisticated sensor technologies, tube coils keep fluids separated and flowing seamlessly. CTCG provides both copper and stainless steel tubing for the aerospace industry.

Copper Tube Applications in the Fire Protection Industry

Fire protection in an area copper piping excels. Not only can it be trusted to carry vital water supplies to sprinklers in the event of a fire, its pipes do not carry the risk of spreading fire the way plastic pipes do. A recent replacement of the fire protection system in the United States Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. features copper piping to safeguard the over 100 million items stored, including the original Declaration of independence.



Warm air heating equipment for both commercial and industrial applications are very welcome. Give us a call! Using copper tubing for heating applications such as nested snow melting machinery or in the production of heating boilers & stoves as well as baseboard heating units are very applicable.


Copper is a very popular material for newer styles of heating, including embedded under-floor heating. Copper pipes can be used this way because they are reliable enough to need little access or repairs. The small amount of failures with this system has been attributed to incorrect welding of pipes.



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Copper tubing is the oldest and newest material for safe, efficient and long-lasting plumbing systems. Older houses with copper water piping from 20 and as far back as 40 years ago report a significant improvement in repair costs when compared to plastic or ceramic piping used in some modern housing developments. It is particularly valued in areas suffering from seismic activity where ceramic, plastic and other materials are unsuitable for water pipes, due to their tendency to fracture. This is a great advantage for domestic and business users alike, as digging up water lines is a costly and disruptive procedure. See also our brief synopsis about the slow rate of copper tube corrosion.


The demand for copper piping in home and business construction is recovering after falling slightly in the period where decreased construction activity was a result of the global recession. Read a bit more about other pluming applications.


Freon Recycling Industry








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More Specific Industries

Copper Tube Applications in the Gas Industry

Because of the lack of reactivity and great strength of copper piping, it can be trusted to carry gas to homes and businesses. Tests carried out by the Gas Research Institute show copper pipes have performed safely as carriers of fuel to homes and business users for over 35 years. This endorsement comes from the body that helps to form the codes for quality and safety used in all construction projects in the US and Canada. Copper pipes have had a particularly god safety in the most challenging of buildings, where safety is concerned, the multi-occupant apartment building.


As gas will always be in demand for heating, cooking and many other uses both in homes and businesses, copper pipes will be needed to carry those supplies to the locations. Copper offers distinct advantages over other materials. Some of these are the long length of uncut copper pipes – typically 20 feet in straight lengths and up to 100 feet in coils. This necessitates less joins, and as copper is a very flexible material, good for use in small spaces, it satisfies needs in both large and small construction projects. When using copper piping for carrying gas, particular attention must be paid to the solder and flux used.


Only silver solder is considered safe for welding copper pipes, not because the pipes themselves are in any danger of corroding, nut because the additives in gas, such as those that permit users to detect any leaks, are liable to form internal deposits that may partially block gas lines and cause low flow rates.


Providers of copper pipes such as Sampo Industrials are producing over 1,200 tons per month for construction and industrial use, and project that growth in demand will continue to rise in the next financial sector, although somewhat slower than in the years before the global slowed markets.


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