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6 October 2011

Products made from seamless drawn tubes are capable of withstanding exceptionally high temperatures and forces during welding

The welding sets provided by many renowned manufacturers contain workpieces made from seamless drawn tubes by Peterseim Metallwerke. Nozzles in particular have to withstand high temperatures.


9 April 2010

In addition to brass and aluminium there is now also CUPHIN®. Peterseim is the first company to be successful in drawing and subsequently processing CUPHIN® tubes


Do you know of CUPHIN®? CUPHIN® is the brand name for a metallic alloy with unique properties which are immediately predestined for applications associated with drinking water. This is because CUPHIN® is an alloy consisting of copper, zinc and silicon (CuZn21Si3P), which is completely free of lead and other toxic elements. Thus, this material is a real milestone on the way to lead-free pipes for applications associated with drinking water.
What is more, CUPHIN® has the advantage of a particularly high copper content of 76% which effectively prevents the multiplication of bacteria and other microorganisms. In some states of the USA, the use of pipes made from lead-free materials for new drinking water installations is already obligatory today. At the latest in 2013, when the limit value for lead in drinking water will be reduced from 25 to 10 micrograms per litre by the new EU drinking water directive, traditional materials containing lead will have to be replaced with lead-free materials.


1 March 2010

Curtain rods – a design object made from seamlessly drawn tubes

Living and designing. Our own four walls offer us many possibilities to show our individuality and our appreciation of beauty. The selection of curtains and of course coordinated curtain rods reflecting our personal life style plays an important role.


23 November 2009

Washing guns – Weapons in the war against dirt use brass tube components made by Peterseim

When you are dealing with extreme dirt, such as filthy rims and car engines, dirty construction machines, trailers or trucks, sometimes a water jet applied using a standard hose is just not enough to get them clean. To remove such tenacious dirt, a combination of water and compressed air is often used.

A washing gun is used to fire a strong jet of water at the dirty components. These high-end, dirt-fighting weapons are always equipped with a nozzle made from a seamless drawn brass tube. The process of transforming a long brass tube into  a nozzle for a washing gun involves quite a number of individual steps. […]

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