Brass is an alloy of Copper and Zinc. Similar to Copper, Brass has been used widely for thousands of years. Elemental compositions can be varied to produce various types of Brass with different properties. Other elements besides Copper and Zinc can also be combined to give a series of Brass alloys.

Many people in the past have even used Brass to pass off as Gold as their appearance in color is very similar. Brass is resistant to tarnishing and often used as ornaments; Brass is so workable that many musical instrument are made from it.

Brass shares a similar production process with Copper and can also undergo tempering to produce different grades of hardness.

Steel Rolls
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The general appearance of Brass is somewhat similar to Gold or a muted yellow color. Brass is relatively soft but can be cold worked to improve its mechanical properties. Common attributes include malleability, ductility and good corrosion resistance.

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Brass can be used for electrical equipment, radiators, heat exchangers, ammunition, musical instruments, ornaments and others.


  • Steel Roll

    Common Stock

    C 2XXX (JIS H3100)

  • Measurement

    Corresponding Standard

    ASTM B36

  • Dimensions

    Applicable nominal thickness

    0.3mm to 4mm

  • Width

    Width available

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  • Stack

    Common options available

    C 2680 ½ H (64-68% Copper, >1% Iron & Lead, Zinc remaining % Content, Half Hard)

    (Different tempering and finishes available)

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