Copper-Zinc (Brass) Alloys
Brass alloys are highly favored for a number of reasons, but one of the most popular is their ability to be extruded into a variety of shapes and their machinability. With excellent thermal conductivity, it's an ideal choice for heat exchangers. The electrical conductiviey of brass alloys will range from 23 to 44% that of copper.
Two popular brass alloys are ...
Common uses for C27000, also known as "yellow brass" or "copper-zinc brass", include fasteners, plumbing accessories ... [more]
In recent years, the plumbing industry has required a lead-free brass for many applications. C27450 was created ... [more]