H80 Brass Strips
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Brass is a binary alloy composed of copper and zinc that has been produced for millennia and is valued for its workability, hardness, corrosion resistance and attractive appearance.
H80 Brass Strips Application:
1. Alpha Brasses: Alpha brasses contain less than 37% zinc melted into copper and are named for their formation of a homogenous (alpha) crystal structure. Such brasses are softer than their counterparts and, therefore, more easily cold worked, welded and brazed.
2. Alpha-Beta Brasses: Alpha-beta brasses contain between 37-45% zinc and are made-up of both the alpha grain structure, as well as a beta grain structure that is more similar to that of pure zinc. More common than alpha brass, alpha-beta brass is both harder and stronger and, consequently, is usually hot worked by extrusion or stamping and die-casting.
3. Beta Brasses: Although much more rarely used than alpha or alpha-beta brasses, beta brasses make-up a third group of the alloy that contain greater than 45% zinc content. Such brasses form a beta structure crystal and are harder and stronger than both alpha and alpha-beta brasses. As such, they can only be hot worked or cast.
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