Common Brasses & their Applications
Table M3 - Common Brasses & their Applications - Bauccio (1993) and Horath (1995)
|Red Brass||C23000||80 Cu 20 Zn||Weathering stripping, conduit, sockets, fasteners, fire extinguishers|
|Cartridge Brass||C26000||70 Cu 30 Zn||Radiator cores and tanks, fasteners, locks, hinges, ammunition components, pins, rivets|
|65 Cu 35 Zn||Radiators, lamp fixtures, plumbing supplies|
|Medium-Leaded Brass||C35000||64.25 Cu 34.75 Zn 1 Pb||Engravings, gears, nuts, couplings|
|High-Leaded Brass||C35300||62.5 Cu 35.75 Zn 1.75 Pb||Nuts, gears, wheels, clock parts|
|Free-Cutting Brass||C36000||61.5 Cu 35.5 Zn 3 Pb||Gears and pinions|
|Muntz Metal||C28000||60 Cu 40 Zn||Architectural, large nuts and bolts, brazing rods, hardware panels and sheets, forging|
|60 Cu 39.25 Zn 0.75 Sn||Nuts and bolts, propeller shafts|
|Forged Brass||C37700||60 Cu 38 Zn 2 Pb||Forging, valve stems, plumbing supplies|
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