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Brass Tubing

Brass tubing is an alloy of copper and zinc and typically contains 65-70% copper, 30-35% zinc, and sometimes small amounts of lead, iron or manganese. Brass tubing has excellent mechanical strength, making it a popular choice in the construction of piping systems. It also is highly resistant to corrosion, which is why most brass plumbing fixtures have a long lifespan. Brass alloys come in various grades, which depend on the amount of zinc and copper. The mechanical and electrical properties of brass are altered with varying amounts of zinc and copper. The gold-like appearance of the polished brass tube makes it a choice of decoration. The machinability of brass is increased through the addition of Lead.

Due to its malleable nature and affordability, the brass tube has become extremely popular. Brass round tubing offers excellent corrosion resistance and superb electrical conductivity properties – qualities which make it ideal for producing amps and musical instruments.

Locks, gears, door knobs, ammunition casings, valves and bearings are some low-friction applications that use brass. The malleability in thin brass tubing is higher in comparison to bronze and zinc. The melting point of brass is relatively low. In applications where sparking is dangerous, use brass to prevent any hazardous outcomes. High workability and durability demanding applications make use of brass. DZR (Dezincification Resistant) is the corrosion-resistant form of brass, which is used specifically in applications requiring high corrosion resistance. The durability of DZR brass also makes it usable in water boiler systems. Bio-fouling is prevented in brass.

FAQ's for Brass Tubing

Brass tubing is available in various sizes ranging from 1/8 inch to 2 inches. We can custom-make as per your requirement.

Commonly available brass tube types include seamless, welded and drawn-over-mandrel (DOM) tubes.

Brass tubes are often used for plumbing and decorative purposes, general instrumentation and hydraulic systems, and medical and electrical components.

Soldering brass tubing is an easy process that requires a few simple steps. First, prepare the area by cleaning the surfaces to be joined with a copper wool pad and removing any loose debris. Then heat the two parts you want to join with a propane torch until they reach the proper joining temperature. Apply solder paste or liquid flux and then place the soldering iron against one of the parts to be bound before adding solder wire. Finally, remove excess solder and inspect for leaks before continuing your project.

Bending brass tubing is a simple process that requires specific tools and techniques. Start by measuring and marking the section you want to bend with a permanent marker, then place the tubing into a pipe bender. Adjust the stop on your bender to the desired angle and slowly bend the tube inwards until it reaches your marked line. Secure the resultant shape with a clamp and inspect for bends or bulges before you are finished.

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