Brass Foil is a thin sheet of metal made from an alloy of copper and zinc. It has a wide range of uses, from manufacturing components for electrical equipment to decorative arts and crafts. The composition of brass foil typically consists of between 50-90% copper and 10-50% zinc, depending on the desired properties such as malleability, ductility or colour. Due to its unique combination of metals, it produces more brilliant hues than those created with pure copper or zinc alone.
Brass foil is a thin metal sheet of brass used for various industrial and decorative purposes. It has high corrosion resistance, good electrical conductivity, excellent thermal and acoustic insulation properties and high flexibility. It can be used to make musical instruments, jewellery, medals, coins, ornaments and even utensils. The brass foil is also an attractive roofing material due to its fire-resistant nature. Moreover, it can be employed in producing capacitors and tabletops due to their easy maintenance capability.