(High Leaded Brass)

Used in a wide variety of builders hardware, consumer, fasteners, industrial, plumbing and other applications.

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Extruded C35300 high leaded brass is a type of metal that is known for its hardness and tensile strength. It is often used in applications where these properties are needed, such as in the construction of buildings or other structures. This metal can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes, making it versatile for use in a number of different projects.

C35300 is a brass alloy commonly used in fabrication processes such drawer handles, drawer pulls, hinges, bicycle spoke nipples, clock and watch parts, key blanks, nuts, rivets, screws, bearing cages, couplings, gears, pinions, ratchets, valve stems, wheels, faucet parts, and plumbers fittings. Rated excellent for soldering and good for brazing. 

It is the most popular of the high leaded brasses because it machines well and has good strength and ductility. C35300 brass has excellent hot working characteristics. C35300 is used in screw machine products requiring high strength and toughness. It is non-magnetic.