CZ111 Brass Rods

Naval Brasses are nominally composed of 60% copper, 39.2% zinc and 0.8% tin. As are typical of brass alloys. Naval brasses have good strength and rigidity. By substituting tin for an equal quantity of zinc, a high corrosion resistance to seawater is achieved. The addition of tin also gives the C486 alloys an inherent resistance to dezincification, thereby further inhibiting the impingement by seawater at higher than normal temperatures. The alloys are also noted for its resistance to wear, fatigue, galling, and stress corrosion cracking.

Equivelent Specifications:

SpecificationsDesignation
ISOCuZn28Sn1
ENCuZn28Sn1As
BSCZ 111
JISC 4430
RussianL62-1

Chemical Composition:

 CuPbZnAsSn
Min/Max59.0 – 62.01.0-2.5Rem0.02-0.250.30-1.5
Nominals60.51.70.130.9

Physical Properties:

  
Melting Point – Liquidus °F1645
Melting Point – Solidus °F1635 F
Density lb./cu in. at 68°F0.304 lb/in3 at 68 F
Specific Gravity8.42
Electrical Conductivity*% IACS at 68°F25
Thermal Conductivity Btu/ sq. ft/ ft.Hr/ °F at 68°F67
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68-57210⁻⁶ per °F (68 – 572°F)13
Specific Heat Capacity Btu/ lb. /°F at 68°F8.470
Modulus of Elasticity in Tension (ksi)14600

Sizes Available:

ROUND RODS1.2mm To 250mm
HEX5mm To 65mm
SQUARE4mm To 60mm
FLAT4mm Min Thickness and max Width 120mm
BILLETSUp to 200 mm
INGOTSAs per Specification
  
Melting Point – Liquidus °F1616
Melting Point – Solidus °F1571 F
Density lb./cu in. at 68°F0.3
Specific Gravity8.3
Electrical Conductivity*% IACS at 68°F8
Thermal Conductivity Btu/ sq. ft/ ft.Hr/ °F at 68°F21.8
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 68-57210⁻⁶ per °F (68 – 572°F)10.4
Specific Heat Capacity Btu/ lb. /°F at 68°F0.09
Modulus of Elasticity in Tension (ksi)15200

Sizes Available

ROUND RODS1.2mm To 250mm
HEX5mm To 65mm
SQUARE4mm To 60mm
FLAT4mm Min Thickness and max Width 120mm
BILLETSUp to 200 mm
INGOTSAs per Specification

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