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 tubes

CuZn37 (Cu Zn 37)

CW508L (2.0321) hard drawnmanufacturing lengths approx. 5 m

Height (mm)   Width (mm)   Wall thickness (mm) kg/m   Height (mm)   Width (mm)   Wall thickness (mm) kg/m
3,5 x 3,5 x 0,25 0,027   22 x 22 x 1,00 0,084
5,5 x 5,5 x 0,50 0,084   25 x 25 x 1,00 0,057
6 x 6 x 0,30 0,057   25 x 25 x 1,50 0,235
8 x 8 x 1,00 0,235   25 x 25 x 2,00 0,269
9 x 9 x 1,00 0,269   30 x 30 x 1,00 0,302
10 x 10 x 1,00 0,302   30 x 30 x 1,50 0,428
10 x 10 x 1,50 0,428   30 x 30 x 2,00 0,336
11 x 11 x 1,00 0,336   35 x 35 x 1,00 0,370
12 x 12 x 1,00 0,370   35 x 35 x 1,50 0,403
13 x 13 x 1,00 0,403   35 x 35 x 2,00 0,437
14 x 14 x 1,00 0,437   40 x 40 x 1,00 0,680
15 x 15 x 1,50 0,680   40 x 40 x 1,50 0,680
15 x 15 x 1,50 0,680   40 x 40 x 2,00 0,874
15 x 15 x 2,00 0,874   50 x 50 x 1,00 0,504
16 x 16 x 1,00 0,504   50 x 50 x 2,00 0,571
18 x 18 x 1,00 0,571   60 x 60 x 1,35 0,638
20 x 20 x 1,00 0,638   60 x 60 x 2,00 0,932
20 x 20 x 1,50 0,932   80 x 80 x 2,00 1,210
20 x 20 x 2,00 1,210              
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.