During any explosion, the steel tube poses a serious threat to human health due to part effects, causing fatal accidents. During the explosion, Aluminum Alloy tubes are torn like paper only 10 cm long, half cm wide from one edge and expel the gas inside. There is no part rupture.
It works safely in high humidity and high temperature differences. (-30 C, +60 C). Due to the sweating occurring in sudden temperature changes, there may be rust on the inside of the steel tubes, but this is not the case in Aluminum Alloy tubes. P>
It is inevitable that the steel tubes, which are exposed to impact during transportation and use, and which are located in humid environments under the counter, undergo paint and corrosion after contact with the paint. This leads to both visual pollution and repainting costs. There is no internal and external corrosion in Aluminum Alloy tubes. The internal and external corrosion resistance is incomparably higher than the steel tube, it does not need to be repainted.