Brass C22000 tubing typically contains around 58.5-60.5% copper, 39.5-41.5% zinc, 1.0–1.4% lead, and 0–0.3% tin, with small amounts of iron, manganese, nickel, and other trace elements as well. This combination creates a strong yet malleable material that is resistant to corrosion and rusting.
Brass C22000 tubes are typically used for a range of applications, including plumbing, automotive parts, cooling and heating systems, industrial hardware, rounds and shapes in valves, and electrical components. The material’s properties include good strength and ductility, high corrosion resistance to salt water and most common acids, excellent machinability, and ease of soldering or brazing. Additionally, brass C22000 tubing has low magnetic permeability as well as excellent electrical conductivity.
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