BS 2871-1:1971 Specification for copper and copper alloys. Tubes. Copper tubes for water, gas and sanitation

Abbreviation
BS 2871-1:1971
Valid from
24/05/1971

Information provider
British Standards Institution
Author
British Standards Institution
Information type
British Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This standard defines requirements for copper tubes in the following conditions:

  1. Annealed copper tubes supplied in coils, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings for use in micro-bore or mini-bore heating system, designated Table W.
  2. Half hard copper tubes supplied in straight lengths, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by suitable methods of welding, designated Table X.
  3. Half hard copper tubes in straight lengths and annealed copper tubes in coils suitable for burying underground and for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by bronze or autogenous welding, designated Table Y.
  4. Hard drawn copper tubes supplied in straight lengths suitable for connection by means of capillary fittings or non-manipulative type compression fittings (Type A specified in BS 864, Part 2), designated Table Z.

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BS 2871-1:1971 Specification for copper and copper alloys. Tubes. Copper tubes for water, gas and sanitation

Description

This standard defines requirements for copper tubes in the following conditions:

  1. Annealed copper tubes supplied in coils, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings for use in micro-bore or mini-bore heating system, designated Table W.
  2. Half hard copper tubes supplied in straight lengths, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by suitable methods of welding, designated Table X.
  3. Half hard copper tubes in straight lengths and annealed copper tubes in coils suitable for burying underground and for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by bronze or autogenous welding, designated Table Y.
  4. Hard drawn copper tubes supplied in straight lengths suitable for connection by means of capillary fittings or non-manipulative type compression fittings (Type A specified in BS 864, Part 2), designated Table Z.

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BS 2871-1:1971 Specification for copper and copper alloys. Tubes. Copper tubes for water, gas and sanitation
Description

This standard defines requirements for copper tubes in the following conditions:

  1. Annealed copper tubes supplied in coils, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings for use in micro-bore or mini-bore heating system, designated Table W.
  2. Half hard copper tubes supplied in straight lengths, suitable for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by suitable methods of welding, designated Table X.
  3. Half hard copper tubes in straight lengths and annealed copper tubes in coils suitable for burying underground and for connection by means of compression fittings and capillary fittings or by silver brazing or by bronze or autogenous welding, designated Table Y.
  4. Hard drawn copper tubes supplied in straight lengths suitable for connection by means of capillary fittings or non-manipulative type compression fittings (Type A specified in BS 864, Part 2), designated Table Z.
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