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Brass is an alloy metal that is made of copper and zinc, and the amount of copper and zinc in brass determines its properties. It is popular today for its bright gold like appearance.

Brass is a desirable architectural alloy because of its inherent durability, corrosion resistance and aesthetic colouring. It has a variety of qualities, but all of them are robust, machinable, tough, conductive, and corrosion-resistant.


It is a versatile alloy prized for its combination of properties, making it suitable for a wide range of applications across diverse industries. 

CZ106 - CW505L

CZ106 is a common type of brass alloy. It is a duplex alpha-beta brass alloy primarily composed of copper and zinc, with additional elements contributing to its specific properties. It is known for its excellent machinability, making it suitable for applications requiring intricate shapes and precise tolerances.

CZ106 (CW505L) brass is a versatile and widely used alloy valued for its combination of mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, machinability, and aesthetic appeal. It finds applications in a diverse range of industries, from plumbing and construction to automotive and electronics.

CZ108 - CW508L

CZ108 brass stands out as a versatile and widely utilized alloy within the brass family. Composed primarily of copper and zinc, CZ108 offers a balanced combination of mechanical properties, corrosion resistance. Renowned for its excellent machinability, CZ108 brass lends itself well to intricate shaping and precision work.


This ease of machining, coupled with its moderate strength and hardness, renders it suitable for a diverse array of applications across various industries. From plumbing fixtures and electrical connectors to decorative hardware and automotive components, CZ108 brass finds its place in an extensive range of products where reliability and performance are paramount.

CZ112 - CW712R

With a composition typically consisting of around 60% copper and 40% zinc, CZ112 brass is an alloy that finds favour in both functional and decorative roles across numerous industries. Its versatility stems from its exceptional machinability, allowing for precise shaping and intricate detailing, making it an ideal choice for applications requiring intricate components or precise tolerances.

CZ112 brass's mechanical properties, including moderate strength and hardness, render it suitable for a diverse array of applications. Whether utilised in plumbing fixtures, electrical connectors, or architectural hardware, CZ112 brass provides reliability and performance where it matters most.

Brass is one of the most extensively used alloys for decorative applications including commercial shop fittings, lights, furniture, fasteners, bathroom fixtures, locks, and electrical plugs and sockets.

Elements such as lead, tin and manganese can enhance the strength and corrosion resistance of brass, and we have several popular grades available for all applications.

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