Brass UNS C36000 fasteners are composed primarily of copper and zinc, with trace amounts of lead and manganese. The addition of these additional metals gives the material its unique properties making it resistant to corrosion, non-magnetic, durable, and able to maintain its shape even under high temperatures.
C36000 brass studs are commonly used in a wide range of applications such as electronic products, automotive components, medical devices, and plumbing systems. The main properties of these fasteners include their non-magnetic nature, resistance to corrosion, compatibility with leaded and other non-ferrous alloys, high strength, good ductility, and tolerance to high temperatures. Additionally, the fasteners are easy to machine or form making them ideal for intricate designs.
C36000 brass, also known as free-machining brass, is an alloy of copper and zinc. It contains about 36% zinc and 64% copper. The addition of tin, lead, and other trace elements may improve the machinability of the alloy; however, it can decrease its strength. Some common applications for c36000 brass include fastener components like screws, bolts, nuts and washers, plumbing parts such as check valves and faucets, ammunition casings for hunting rifles and handguns, musical instruments including trombones and French horns, electrical fittings like connectors and terminals.
UNS C36000 brass fasteners are commonly used in plumbing and electrical components, ammunition casings, and other fastener applications. The equivalent grades of this alloy include ASTM B453 Alloy 360-0, CUZN43D and CW603N. This alloy is a pure copper-zinc alloy with excellent mechanical properties and good machinability. It may also contain trace elements such as lead, tin or cadmium for improved machinability. This type of brass fastener provides excellent resistance to corrosion and is suitable for a wide range of applications where strength and durability are important.
UNS C36000 brass fasteners are often used for plumbing and electrical components, ammunition casings, and other fastener applications. These fasteners have excellent mechanical properties including strength, hardness, ductility, and corrosion resistance. It has an ultimate tensile strength of around 60 ksi (400 MPa) with a shear strength of approximately 28 ksi (190 MPa). This alloy is also very malleable which enables it to be easily machined and shaped into various fastener components. It contains about 36% zinc and 64% copper with trace elements of lead, tin or cadmium for improved machinability.
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