Brass (MS58, MS63, Copper-Zinc Alloys)

Brass has good corrosion resistance properties and in general is easy to machine.Compared to steel and aluminium alloys, brass cannot be hardened by heat treatment. However, one can control the strength by choosing a suitable alloy or by mechanical working (e.g. rolling, forging or cold drawing).

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Brass square bars according EN 12164/12165

CuZn39Pb3 (Cu Zn 39 Pb 3)

CW614N (2.0401) drawn/extruded

Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m   Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m
3 x 3 0,08   30 x 30 7,65
4 x 4 0,14   32 x 32 8,70
5 x 5 0,21   35 x 35 10,41
6 x 6 0,31   40 x 40 13,60
8 x 8 0,54   45 x 45 17,21
10 x 10 0,85   50 x 50 21,25
11 x 11 1,03   55 x 55 25,71
12 x 12 1,22   60 x 60 30,60
13 x 13 1,44   65 x 65 35,91
14 x 14 1,67   70 x 70 41,65
15 x 15 1,91   75 x 75 47,81
16 x 16 2,18   80 x 80 54,40
18 x 18 2,75   90 x 90 68,85
20 x 20 3,40   100 x 100 85,00
22 x 22 4,11   110 x 110 102,85
24 x 24 4,90   120 x 120 122,40
25 x 25 5,31   130 x 130 143,65
 

Special brass square bars according EN 12164

CuZn37Mn3Al2PbSi (Cu Zn 40 Al 2)

CW713R (2.0550)

Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m   Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m
10 x 10 0,81   60 x 60 29,16
20 x 20 3,24   70 x 70 39,69
30 x 30 7,29   80 x 80 51,84
40 x 40 12,96   90 x 90 65,61
50 x 50 20,25   100 x 100 81,00
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.