Medical Grade Copper Pipe
- (MGPS AS PER EN 13348)
At Shree Extrusions Limited we proudly manufacture SHREE marked Medical Grade Copper Pipe used in Medical Gas Distribution system. Uninterrupted Medical Gas supply is a necessity in hospitals (ICCU, Operation Theater, Wards, and Nursery etc.) Pipes facilitate this in most effective manner.
Shree marked medical grade copper tubes are manufactured as per EN13348/ BS EN 1057 specifications. The pipes are manufacturer under thorough inspections and quality control measures.
Shree marked medical grade copper tubes are available in size range 6mm to 108mm OD, 0.6mm to 2.0mm wall thickness in Half Hard/Hard condition and length 3 meter or as per requirement.
Shree pipes are subjected to TPI by reputed agencies like Lloyds Register, SGS, and TUV as per customer demand.
TYPICAL USES for EN 13348 Medical Grade Copper Pipes- MGPS:
Medical Gas Distribution System for uninterrupted medical gas supply in hospital (ICCU, Operation Theater, Wards, Nursery etc.)
|CHEMICAL COMPOSITION||Copper (Cu) + Silver (Ag)||99.90%||Spectro Analysis done per heat as per standard tolerances.|
|Phosphorous||0.015% to 0.04%|
|CARBON CONTENT TEST||Determining lubricant residue as total Carbon Content by measuring Carbon Dioxide Generated.||Tested with Combustion Method as per EN723:2009|
|TENSILE / ELONGATION TEST|
|Temper||Tensile Strength MPa min.||Elongation A % min||Hardness (Indicative) HV 5|
|As per EN1773||Common Term|
|R220a||annealeda||220||40||(40 to 75)||Specifications maintained with help of In house testing facility.|
|R250||half hard||250||30||(75 to 100)|
|DRIFTING TEST||Depending on Size and Temper Mandatory / Agreed Terms||Conical Mandrel @ 45º with tube end expanding 30º|
|FREE FROM DEFECT TEST||EDDY Current Test for detection of local defects||EDDY Current Test conducted in accordance with EN 1971|
|CLEANLINESS||Proper Degreasing and End Capped||Our pipes are Degreased as per standard and End Caps are affixed.|
TOLERANCE - Wall Thickness
|Nominal Outside||Tolerance Wall Thickness|
|diameter (mm)||e< 1 mm(%)||e> 1 mm(%)|