Brass Alloy Tubing are made using zinc and copper. Bras alloys come in a variety of grades, which depend on the amount of zinc and copper. The mechanical and electrical properties of Brass are altered with varying amounts of zinc and copper. The gold-like appearance of brass makes it a choice of decoration. The machinability of brass is increased through the addition of Lead.
Locks, gears, door knobs, ammunition casings, valves and bearings are some low-friction applications that make use of brass. The malleability in brass is higher in comparison to bronze and zinc. The melting point of brass is relatively low. Applications where sparking is of danger use brass to prevent any hazardous outcomes. High workability and durability demanding applications make use of Brass. DZR is the corrosion resistant from of brass, which is used specifically in applications where high resistance to corrosion is required. Durability of DZR brass also makes it usable in water boiler systems. Bio-fouling is prevented in Brass. Hence, making an element of choice for such applications since centuries.