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Brass C27400 fasteners are composed of copper, zinc, and lead along with other trace elements. Copper makes up the majority of this alloy at 65–68%, followed by zinc which accounts for 30–34%. Lead is then added to further improve the corrosion resistance properties of the fastener. The remaining components usually include tin, manganese, and antimony which are present in very small amounts.

C27400 Brass fasteners are used in many applications due to their corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. The alloy is often used in marine and industrial environments and can also be found in decorative fixtures. One of the main benefits is its excellent electrical conductivity which makes it a popular choice for use in electronics. Its ductility makes it easy to form into complex shapes, while its low thermal expansion rate makes it ideal for use in thin-walled assemblies. Additionally, the alloy offers good machinability properties when compared to other alloys.

FAQ's for Brass C27400 Fasteners

No, Brass C27400 Fasteners are not magnetic. This alloy is composed primarily of copper and zinc, therefore it exhibits non-magnetic properties.

Brass C27400 Fasteners Starts At Rs 11/Piece To Rs 15/Piece

Yes, brass C27400 fasteners are known for their corrosion resistance. The alloys composition of copper and zinc provides excellent resistance to various forms of corrosion such as acidic and alkaline solutions, moisture and salt air. In order to further increase its resistance to corrosion, the alloy can be treated with a protective coating or other surface treatments.

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