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 rectangular tubes

CuZn37 (Cu Zn 37)

CW508L (2.0321) hard drawnmanufacturing length ca. 5 m

height (mm)   Width (mm)   wall thickness.(mm) kg/m   height (mm)   Width (mm)   wall thickness.(mm) kg/m
8 x 12 x 1,0 0,302   15 x 25 x 1,0 0,638
8 x 14 x 1,0 0,336   15 x 30 x 1,0 0,722
8 x 16 x 1,0 0,370   15 x 30 x 1,5 1,058
8 x 20 x 1,0 0,437   15 x 30 x 2,0 1,378
10 x 15 x 2,0 0,706   15 x 40 x 1,0 0,890
10 x 20 x 1,0 0,470   20 x 30 x 2,0 1,546
10 x 20 x 1,5 0,680   20 x 40 x 1,0 0,974
10 x 20 x 2,0 0,874   20 x 40 x 1,5 1,436
10 x 25 x 1,0 0,554   20 x 40 x 2,0 1,882
10 x 30 x 1,0 0,638   25 x 50 x 2,0 2,386
10 x 40 x 1,0 0,806
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.