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 round bars according EN 12164

CuZn39Pb3 (Cu Zn 39 Pb 3)

CW614N (2.0401) soft, drilling, turning, milling quality.drawn/extruded/casted

ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m
2 0,03   21 2,94   60 24,03
3 0,04   22 3,23   65 28,21
3 0,06   23 3,53   70 32,71
4 0,08   24 3,85   75 37,55
4 0,11   25 4,17   80 42,73
5 0,14   26 4,51   85 48,23
5 0,17   27 4,87   90 54,07
6 0,20   28 5,23   95 60,25
6 0,24   29 5,61   100 66,76
7 0,28   30 6,01   105 73,60
7 0,33   31 6,42   110 80,78
8 0,38   32 6,84   120 96,13
8 0,43   33 7,27   130 112,82
9 0,54   34 7,72   140 130,85
10 0,67   35 8,18   150 150,21
11 0,81   36 8,65   160 170,90
12 0,96   38 9,64   170 192,93
13 1,13   40 10,68   180 216,30
14 1,31   42 11,78   190 241,00
15 1,50   45 13,52   200 267,04
16 1,71   46 14,13   250 417,24
17 1,93   48 15,38   280 523,39
18 2,16   50 16,69   290 561,44
19 2,41   52 18,05   300 600,83
20 2,67   55 20,19
 

Special brass round bars according EN 12164

CuZn37Mn3Al2PbSi (Cu Zn 40 Al 2)

CW713R (2.0550) harddrawn/extruded/casted

ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m   ø (mm) kg/m
8 0,41   40 10,20   120 91,84
10 0,64   45 12,91   130 107,78
12 0,92   46 13,49   140 125,00
14 1,25   50 15,94   150 143,49
15 1,43   55 19,29   160 163,26
18 2,07   60 22,96   170 184,31
20 2,55   65 26,94   180 206,63
22 3,09   70 31,25   190 230,23
24 3,67   75 35,87   200 255,10
25 3,99   80 40,82   210 281,24
28 5,00   85 46,08   220 308,67
30 5,74   90 51,66   230 337,37
32 6,53   95 57,56   240 367,34
35 7,81   100 63,77   250 398,59
36 8,27   110 77,17
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.