Benefits of Brass Tube

Brass – an alloy of copper and zinc – is one of the most widely used alloys. Why is it that people prefer brass tube? The following are the reasons/benefits that brass pipe tube are so popular:

1.Excellent Malleability and workability

Brass has excellent malleable and workability properties. Comparing with steel or aluminum tube, brass tube has better elongation, which means that the material is more flexible to be deformed and easier to reach certain shape. Besides, due to its decorative attributes and bright gold appearance, brass tube is an excellent, economic choice for a wide range of musical instruments, from trumpets, tubas to trombones etc..

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2.Extreme Durability: 

Although brass is extremely malleable, still it continues to retain the dependability and durability. Which makes the wide application in Sanitary, Plumbing, Construction etc.. The brass tube is the perfect choice if you are looking for something with consistent performance.

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3.High Corrosion Resistance: 

Metal fittings can undergo significant wear and tear due to corrosion and rust. While brass is not only hard and tough, but also non-corrosive -even in the presence of salt water. Which makes it ideal for using in some critical pipe system, also in some marine engines and pumps.

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4.High Thermal Conductivity:

Thermal conductivity is a material’s ability to conduct heat efficiently without losing its own integrity. Brass has a good conductivity of temperature. It has the capability to withstand higher temperatures as compared to other materials. This makes it perfect for heat exchange equipment and condensers. Certain parts of a car also use brass because car engines can become seriously hot.

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5.Excellent Electrical Conductivity:

Brass is a good electrical conductor. The main components of brass are copper and zinc. It uses copper’s conductivity, the second-best conductor after silver. While adding zinc makes the alloy stronger. This is why it is often preferred to brass for applications that require both electrical conductivity and machinability. Being harder and tougher than copper, brass can withstand pressures caused by repetitive motions, such as in large industrial machinery, and at the same time conducts electricity efficiently. And also brass tube is widely used for switches, electric connectors, terminals etc..

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Post time: Dec-12-2022