|5/32″ – 5″ diameter|
|0.193″ – 1.7/8″ A/F|
|10g – 24g|
|5/16″ – 1.1/2″ square|
Flat and Tube also available
Our brass product range includes many of the most commonly used grades – from naval brass to high-tensile brass and from dezincification-resistant brass to free-machining brass. These offer a variety of properties such as high strength, ductility, corrosion resistance and machinability. Widely used in almost every industrial sector, brass is the most common of the copper-based alloys.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc to which other elements are added. These additions – commonly tin, manganese, arsenic, aluminium, silicon and lead – are usually less than 5% and enhance the individual properties, resulting in a material that is ideal for specific application areas. There are over 40 standard grades of brass with a zinc content varying from around 5-40%.
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