Brass C37000 tubing is composed of 58-62% copper, 35-40% zinc, and 0.08%-0.20% lead. The tube's chemical composition makes it an ideal choice for applications that require superior strength, corrosion resistance, and heat resistance. Additionally, the alloy has excellent machinability and can be formed into complex shapes using standard fabrication methods.
Brass C37000 tubes have a variety of uses due to their combination of physical and chemical properties. It is particularly useful in applications that require superior strength, corrosion resistance, and heat resistance. Additionally, it can be used in plumbing systems and electronics circuitry due to its excellent conductivity. Other common uses include furniture components, fittings for radiators and air conditioning equipment, and architectural features.
Brass C37000 Tubes Starts At Rs 310/Kg To Rs 350/Kg
No, Brass C37000 Tubing is non-magnetic as it contains no magnetic materials. Its copper and zinc content make it an excellent choice for applications where magnetic properties are not desired or required.
Yes, Brass C37000 Tubing is highly corrosion resistant as it contains zinc which is known for its anti-corrosive properties. Additionally, the alloy also contains elements that form a protective film over the surface of the tubing, helping to further reduce corrosion.
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