Brass pipes are cylindrical tubes made primarily of brass, which is an alloy of copper and zinc. Brass pipes are available in different sizes, lengths, and thicknesses to meet specific requirements. They can also be customized and fabricated into various shapes and fittings, such as elbows, tees, and couplings, to suit specific plumbing or industrial needs.
C21000 brass pipe is a type of brass pipe that is made from an alloy of copper and zinc. C21000 brass pipe is commonly used in plumbing, heating, and industrial applications due to its corrosion resistance, durability, and malleability. It has good thermal conductivity and can withstand high temperatures, making it suitable for various hot water and steam applications.
C27000 Copper Pipe is a type of brass alloy. It is also known as yellow brass 65-35. It is composed of copper and zinc, with a zinc content of approximately 35% and copper content of around 65%. C27000 brass alloy is known for its excellent machinability, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. It is commonly used in the manufacturing of pipes, fittings, connectors, valves, and decorative items.
C33200 is a type of lead brass material that conforms to the ASTM B135-2002 standard. Lead brass is a copper alloy consisting primarily of copper (Cu) and lead (Pb), along with small amounts of other alloying elements. The lead content of C33200 is approximately between 1.3-2%
C68700, also known as aluminum brass, is a copper alloy containing copper and aluminum elements. It has excellent corrosion resistance and high thermal conductivity, so it is widely used in manufacturing parts and equipment that require high corrosion resistance and heat dissipation capabilities, such as seawater coolers and heat exchangers.