The EN 1057 Kembla Copper Tube range is suitable for drinking water purposes, both hot and cold, sanitation, central heating, gas and general engineering applications. The Kembla range is available in half hard and hard drawn tempers and is supplied in diameters from 15mm to 267mm diameter and a variety of wall thicknesses to meet Table X and Table Y requirements. Standard lengths of 5.8m are manufactured to facilitate ease of containerisation and stock of EN 1057 is available in Port Kembla, Australia.
Kemlag Plus® and Kemline Plus® pre-insulated polyethylene covered copper tubes are suitable for a variety of applications including burying in corrosive soils, laying under floors and concrete slabs (where approved), chasing into walls, exposed or aggressive environments and for reducing noise transmission. The covering is all Low Smoke Halogen Free (LSHF) and is suitable for continuous operating temperatures up to 90°C.
Kemlag Plus® insulation is internally grooved to entrap air and provide a thermal barrier. It is suitable for both hot and cold water plumbing and is useful in preventing condensation. Kemline Plus® is suitable for cold water applications and may be concealed or exposed to aggressive environments and is also suitable for gas line installations.
MM Kembla has been supplying EN 1057 for over 50 years and is the market leader throughout South East Asia. MM Kembla also exports to distributors in many countries around the world for immediate delivery.
All tubes are fully certified by testing authorities in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the Middle East and the United Kingdom and are guaranteed with a 25 Year Warranty.
KemCore Technology & Press Fit System Optimisation
Utilising our unique and innovative KemCore technology for sizes up to and including 54mm, Kembla Copper Tube has superior concentricity and consistent wall thickness and is optimised for superior performance with press fittings. MM Kembla’s KemCore technology uses unrivalled measurement systems and process controls to deliver optimal structural integrity to ensure long term performance and reliability and optimal conditions under force when fittings are pressed onto it when used with press-fit/crimp systems.