Brass is a copper-zinc alloy.
Because of its bright gold appearance, brass is widely used in the production of decoration materials.
The brass, which is a non-magnetic alloy, can be cast easily. Moreover, it does not require surface finishing in most cases. The brass alloy has the following characteristics: low melting point, good malleability, high corrosion resistance, and low coefficient of friction.
Features & Applications
- As an easy to form metal, it preserves its high strength while forming it into desired shapes.
- Having a low melting point, brass alloy is an easy to cast alloy.
- Showing good heat conductivity and electrical conductivity (its electrical conductivity can range between 23% and 44% of that of pure copper)
- Good wear and spark resistance
- Non-magnetic alloy with low coefficient of friction
- Nuts and bolts
Manufactured Alloys / Grades
230 Brass / UNS C23000 / EN CW502L
240 Brass / UNS C24000 / EN CW503L
260 Brass / UNS C26000 / EN CW505L
270 Brass / UNS C27000 / EN CW506L
330 Brass / UNS C33000
340 Brass / UNS C34000 / EN CW600N
360 Brass / UNS C36000 / EN CW603N
377 Brass / UNS C37700 / EN CW612N
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