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Hand pumps, plumbing, general engineering, furniture, armaments, and the sugar industry are just a few industries that use Brass 70/30 Tubes. Because of their sweet flavor, these 70/30 brass tubes are often known as “Sugar Brass Tubes.” These tubes come in a wide range of parameters and can also be custom-built to meet specific needs. Brass is a fantastic casting material as a result. 

The most popular type of brass pipe, 70/30 alpha brass, contains 30% zinc and 70% copper. 70/30 brass is also known as cartridge brass. This particular brass is excellent for cold working. Additionally, this type of brass is substantially more resistant to corrosion than brass with a higher zinc concentration.

Things like wood screws, fasteners, electrical sockets, spring contacts, etc. are made out of 70/30 brass. The name Alpha Brass is also used for this type of C260 brass tubing. Less than 37% of the zinc in such brasses is copper that has been melted. These brasses can be drawn, brazed, welded, bent, rolled, or cold worked much more easily than other brasses because they are much ductile and softer than other brasses.

Some Key Characteristics Of Brass 70/30 Tubes

By adjusting the proportions of zinc and copper in brass, it can be produced in both soft and hard forms. It has a shallow melting point based on the administration's composition. Brass makes a great casting material because of this. The most common variety of alpha brass, which has copper and zinc content, is used to make brass 70/30 pipes. The 70/30 brass pipe is merely a suggestion for cold working.

Compared to brass which contains a greater proportion of zinc, this form of brass has higher corrosion resistance. Manufacturing these Brass Pipes 70/30 by maintaining the specific quantity and quality to provide the best manufacturing with these Brass Pipes 70/30 by using the high quality of raw material and guidelines, 70/30 Brass is used to make things like wood screws, fasteners, electrical sockets, spring contacts, etc.

Specifications Of Brass 70/30 Tubes

Specification: ASTM B135, B43, B587 / ASME B135, B43, SB587

Standard: DIN CEN/TS 13388 CW617N, ASTM B135-10, C 3771

Outer Diameter: 4mm to 150mm

Wall Thickness: 0.25mm to 8mm

Type: Seamless

Form: Round, Square, Rectangular, Hydraulic Etc

Length: 1m, 2m, 3m, 4m, 6m and as per the requirement of clients

Cut Length: Single Random, Double Random & Cut Length

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