360 brass bar are composed of a combination of copper and zinc, with trace amounts of other elements such as iron, lead, manganese, and nickel. The exact chemical composition can vary slightly depending on the manufacturer, but typically contains 60-63% copper, 37-40% zinc, and 1-2% of the aforementioned other elements. The combination of these metals creates a strong yet malleable material that is resistant to corrosion and rusting.
Brass 360 bar have a variety of uses and properties. Due to their strong yet malleable composition, they are often used to make components for machinery, fixtures, and fasteners. They are corrosion-resistant, highly durable, and easy to shape. Additionally, the high copper content makes them electrically conductive, making them a suitable choice for electrical wiring in industrial applications. Furthermore, their availability in both bar form and rod form makes them well-suited for cold drawing and other forming processes.
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