Brass

Materials Specification

Japanese Standard : JIS H3250 C3604BD

Chemical Composition

Cu : 61.0%
Pb : 3.7%
Fe : 0.5%
Fe + Sn : 1.2%
Zn : Remainder %

Characteristics

Because of its superior machinability and thread characteristics, brass is most suitable for high speed machining operations. Not only that, it is also easily soldered and it has a resistance to corrosion. Brass is typically used in gears, plumbing ware fittings and valves, etc.

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Naval Brass

Materials Specification

Japanese Standard : JIS H3250 C4641

Chemical Composition

Cu : 62.0%
Pb : 2.2%
Fe : 0.1%
Sn : 1.0%
Zn : Remainder %

Characteristics

Naval Brass has a high degree of corrosion resistance to seawater and assures you greater strength and rigidity even as the temperatures become higher than normal. It is suitable for hot forging and pressing and you can use it for forming, bending, soldering, welding. Naval Brass is typically used in nuts, bolts, rivets, valve stems etc.

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