Copper pipes and piping is one of the most ubiquitous and widely used pipes used in plumbing and heating systems and retrofits. Copper may be more expensive and harder to work with than plastic PVC pipes yet at one time or another you are خرید لوله مسی going to encounter it as a home handyman plumber or heating trades person in your property upgrades, repairs and renovations so you had better had some skills and tools to work with copper. It is only a matter of time, experience and projects.
Cutting copper pipe or tubing without kinking it takes great care and even practice. So it makes good sense to do your best to avoid sawing copper pipe if possible.
Plumbing and heating technical instruction teachers will advise it is always the best route to use a tubing cutter instead. Of course the tubing cutter will be of little use on the larger-sized copper pipes. For those regardless you simply must use a hacksaw, but be sure to equip the hack saw with the finest-toothed blade you can find, or ultimately may have to purchase in a hardware or plumbing furnace heating supply outlet.
Saw as straight as possible – using a miter box will help to obtain a square cut. Eliminate any irregularities on the edge – as well as any burrs inside and as well as out with the use of a file.
If you find that in your work on your home plumbing renovation or upgrade project that you must put the copper pipe in a vise to hold it while you saw, clamp the vice on the pipe as far as humanely possible so that you do not unintentionally dent the end of the tubing or pipe. In the end it can be said that for your attention and care to the project that if you do not have the most perfectly round pipe with a perfect and exact round end you can be assured 100 % that your finished end will not connect well – if at all – to another section or sections of pipe, tube or piping.
Lastly it can be said that in the process copper pipes and tubes can be joined in several way and means. Sweat-soldering is the most common, widely used in the plumbing & furnace heating trades and is certainly the method with the least expense of time and cost involved. However an alternate method of joining copper pipe – “flare fittings” and “compression fittings” are employed and used mainly for flexible rather than rigid type copper piping. Good luck with home reno projects.