Leaded Brass

Leaded Brasses have high machinability, good strength and atmospheric corrosion resistance.

The machinability of brass is increased by the addition of lead that can be added to any brass to increase machinability and provide pressure tightness by sealing the shrinkage pores.

There are low, medium and high leaded brasses, with lead contents up to 3%. The leaded brasses are used for architectural hardware, general purpose screw machine parts, screws, valves, fittings, bearings and specialty fasteners.

CDA35330 (DZR Brass)

CDA35330 (DZR Brass)

CDA3533, CDA486, AS-352, Q214 Cu-Zn alloys containing more than 15% Zn are susceptible to a dealloying process ...

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