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There are brass is used for the decoration because it shines just like gold. Brass is used in multiple places in different ways. Brass also provides multiple advantages. Here learn about the advantages of brass parts for the industrial applications – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Learn the advantages of brass parts for the industrial applications

Advantages Of Brass Parts For Industrial
  • A set of copper-zinc alloys that may sometimes
    include additional metals like lead are known as
  • Irrespective of the types and composition, brass
    is strong, tough, corrosion resistant,
    conductive, and Machinable.
  • Brass is mostly used as alloys due to its ease of
    production. For centuries, it has been the metal
    choice for various musical instruments.
  • Moreover, its an ideal alloy for the transport
    of water through fittings and pipe.
  • Additionally, its also used in pump parts and
    marine engines.
  • It should not be a surprise to know that one of
    the first commercial uses of brass was for naval
  • Non-magnetic nature makes it popular and a mostly
    used metal. Electrical terminals, munitions, and
    clock and watch components require metal thats
    not affected by magnetism.

  • And brass becomes the choice of every industry
    due to its non-magnetic nature.
  • While understanding a complete list of all the
    applications where brass products manufacturers
    use this alloy would be a colossal task, however,
    you can get an idea of the breadth of industries
    and the types of products in which brass is used
    by categorizing and summarizing some end-uses
    based on the grade of brass used.

  • Free Cutting Brass
  • Also called as free cutting brass, Alloy C-360
    brass is alloyed with copper, zinc, and lead.
  • This brass is very easy to machine and offers the
    same corrosion resistance and toughness as other
    forms of brass.
  • Some applications of free cutting brass include
    nuts, bolts, threaded parts terminals jets
    taps injectors valve bodies balance weights
    and pipe or water fittings.
  • Gilding Metal (Red Brass)
  • A form of brass that is made up of 95 copper and
    5 zinc is red brass or gilding metal.
  • A soft brass alloy, gilding metal can be easily
    formed into desired shapes by a hammer.
  • Its rare deep bronze color and its ease of use
    make red brass an ideal choice for craft-related
  • Brass products manufacturers generally use
    gliding metal for artillery shells. Some other
    uses include architectural fascias grillwork
    jewelry ornamental trim badges door handles
    marine hardware primer caps and pens, pencil and
    lipstick tubes.

  • Engraving Brass
  • Alloys that contain either 1 or 2 lead are
    known as Alloy C35600 or C37000, or engraving
  • Its name, not surprising, originates from its
    usage in the creation of engraved nameplates and
  • Engraving brass may also be used for appliance
    rim clock components builders hardware and
    gear meters.
  • Arsenical Brass
  • Alloys that contain about .03 arsenic to improve
    corrosion resistance in water are Arsenical brass
    (C26000, C26130 or 70/30 brass).
  • Arsenical brass, like other forms of brass, is
    bright yellow, strong, and easy to machine. Brass
    products manufacturers generally use this in
    plumbing. Other uses include heat exchangers
    drawn and spun containers radiator cores, rubes,
    and tanks electrical terminals plugs and lamp
    fittings locks and cartridge casings.

  • High Tensile Brass
  • High tensile brass is a mainly strong alloy which
    contains a minor percentage of manganese.
  • Due to its strength and non-corrosive qualities,
    high tensile brass is commonly used for products
    that undergo a good deal of stress.
  • Some examples are Marine Engines Hydraulic
    Equipment Fittings Locomotive Axle Boxes Pump
    Casting Heavy Rolling Mill Housing Nuts Heavy
    Load Wheels Valve Guides Bushes Bearings Swash
    Plates and Battery Clamps.
  • This was a brief description of detailing about
    the industries where brass products manufacturers
    use this alloy.

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