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Brass Casting factory
Posted: Jan 11, 2018 7:21 PM
By: iertnfg87
Product Description
The original definition of brasses is copper-zinc alloys. This definition has been enlarged with additions of lead, aluminum, manganese, iron, tin, and nickel.
 
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Product Application
There are over twenty cast brasses listed in EN1982:2008, but this document refers only to the 3 brasses which may be used in current carrying applications, where a lower conductivity than that of pure copper (100% IACS) is permissible. They have conductivities in the region of 20% IACS which is considerably greater than cast iron, stainless steel or titanium.
They also have good mechanical properties, good corrosion resistance and excellent machinability; attributes combined with low cost.
 
Package and Delivery
1. Standard Exporting package.
2. Original package or neutral package.
3. According to clients ' needs.
4. Shipped in10-35 days after payment.
Brass Casting factory
website:http://www.eocopper.com/copper-castings/brass-casting/

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