(Low Leaded Brass)
Used in a wide variety of builders hardware, consumer and industrial applications.
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C33500 low leaded brass is a type of brass that contains a lower amount of lead than traditional brass alloys. This makes it an ideal material for applications where lead needs to be avoided, such as in food preparation or water pipes. The lower lead content also gives this brass a slightly different color than regular brass.
This alloy is known for its good ductility and formability, as well as its high resistance to corrosion. It can be used in a variety of applications where these properties are desired, such as plumbing, electrical components, and automotive parts. C33500 low leaded brass can be machined and soldered easily, making it a versatile material for many different projects.
The hardness of this brass alloy is between Rockwell B 70 and 85. Its tensile strength is between 35 and 45 ksi (241-310 MPa). These properties make C33500 low leaded brass a good choice for many different applications.