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Brass C26000

Brass C26000 is an alloy made of copper and zinc, commonly called "cartridge brass" or "red brass". The primary component in the alloy is copper at about 60%, with the remainder being made up of zinc. This particular brass alloy provides excellent malleability, ductility, impact strength, hardness and corrosion resistance. It can be used for many applications requiring these characteristics - making it one of the most versatile alloys available today!


Brass C26000, also known as Cartridge Brass or Yellow Brass, is a copper-zinc alloy that contains approximately 60% copper and 40% zinc. It is well-known for its strength, flexibility, electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance and attractive yellow colour. Furthermore, it can be easily soldered and brazed. In addition to these general uses, Brass C26000 has many applications such as decoration parts on musical instruments, medical equipment, architecture and artwork work where it adds character as a decorative metal, and valves & fittings of plumbing systems due to its superior corrosion resistance.

Brass C26000 Equivalent Grades

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