The brass C27200 tubing is composed of a combination of copper and zinc alloys, typically containing 70-78% copper and 22-30% zinc. It may also contain trace elements of lead, iron, manganese, silicon, and aluminum. The exact chemical composition will depend on the particular alloy being used.
Brass C27200 tubes are often used in a variety of plumbing, heating, and cooling applications. It is especially well-suited for use in high-pressure applications due to its superior strength and ductility. In addition to having high corrosion resistance and excellent formability, the C27200 grade has excellent thermal conductivity and is resistant to abrasion and impact. These properties make it suitable for a wide variety of uses including water distribution lines, valve and pump components, air conditioning systems, compressor lines, refrigerant systems, and much more.
Brass C27200 Tubing Start From Rs. 350/Kilogram To Rs. 400/Kilogram
No, Brass C27200 Tubing is not magnetic. It is a non-ferrous alloy that contains copper and zinc alloys. Although some brass tubing may contain trace amounts of ferrous metals such as iron or lead, the combination of copper and zinc does not create a magnetic field.
Yes, Brass C27200 Tubing is corrosion resistant. It contains a combination of copper, zinc and other metals that form an alloy that is highly resistant to oxidation and corrosion when exposed to saltwater or other corrosive environments. The zinc content provides further protection from corrosion by forming a protective layer that prevents the underlying metal from being exposed to the environment.
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