Copper is a metal element, and pure copper is a soft metal. The surface is reddish orange with metallic luster when it is just cut open, and its simple substance is purple-red. Good ductility, high thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity, so it is the most commonly used material in cables and electrical and electronic components.
It can also be used as a building material and can be composed of many alloys. Copper alloys have excellent mechanical properties and low electrical resistivity. The most important ones are bronze and brass. In addition, copper is also a durable metal that can be recycled multiple times without compromising its mechanical properties.
Copper pipes (also known as red copper pipes) are commonly used in tap water pipes, heating and cooling pipes, and can be used in different environments. Copper pipes combine the advantages of metal and non-metal pipes in cold and hot water systems. Copper pipes are resistant to high temperatures and can be used in a variety of environments. Compared with this, the shortcomings of many other pipe materials are obvious.