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Founded in 2004, Ameritube LLC was a solution to a problem a group of auto industry professionals were facing, How can a company reliably source products overseas and maintain the quality standards expected in the United States. The answer was to develop a metal manufacturing, testing, consulting, quality intensive presence in the US. Together with industry professionals, customers and suppliers, Ameritube developed a new supply chain that leveraged overseas raw material, domestic custom manufacturing, and domestic distribution. The founding mission of the company was to create a high quality domestic product that utilized raw materials from all over the world thereby creating a hybrid model.
In 2012, Ameritube LLC received ISO 9001:2008 quality certification, and expanded to a series of industries with higher quality requirements. Ameritube began expanding its product line and services to include complimentary products to ones manufactured in our facility in order to service our customers needs. In so doing, the company was able to apply to bring its rigorous quality and sourcing process to other products that our overseas suppliers had become proficient in and our customers needed.
Today Ameritube continues its goal of delivering quality products at competitive prices, leveraging an international supply chain to deliver value to our customers.
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Copper Nickel 90/10 C70600 Tubing, Copper 12200 Tubing, C44300 Admiralty Brass Tubing, ASTM, ASME, MIL, DIN, Copper Nickel 70/30 C71500 Tubing
Condenser tubes of this alloy are giving long and dependable service at sea. It is also highly satisfactory for tubes in evaporators, inter-after condensers, air ejectors of steam condensers and in boiler feedwater heaters. This alloy is particularly desirable where high temperatures are encountered. It has the property of forming protective films of corrosion products, making it particularly desirable for service where water velocities are high.
Copper nickel 70-30% 715 is one of the most corrosion resistant and durable of the copper-base alloys for condenser and heat exchanger tubes in sea water. In high pressure, high-temperature steam stations, copper nickel 70-30% tubes are used in feedwater heaters regardless of the type of tube used in the main condensers. The high allowable design stress for this alloy qualifies it for this exacting duty.