Leaded Brass

The incorporation of lead into brass contributes to its enhanced machinability, along with increased strength and improved resistance to corrosion. This lead addition also aids in sealing shrinkage pores, resulting in enhanced pressure tightness. The lead content in brass can extend up to 3.5 percent, leading to classifications of low, medium, or high-leaded compositions. Leaded brass finds applications in the manufacturing of screws, valves, fittings, bearings, specialty fasteners, architectural hardware, and general-purpose machine parts.

Equivalent Specification
ISO SymbolsEquivalent Alloy
UNSENBSJISIS
CuZn35Pb1C34000
C33500
CW604NCZ119C27002704
CuZn36Pb2AsC35330CW602NCZ132
CuZn35Pb3NiPC35350
CuZn39Pb1C36500CW610N
CW611N
C3712
CuZn38Pb1

C37000

C37100

CW607N
CuZn35Pb2C34200
C34500
C35000
CW601N
CuZn37Pb1CW605N319 III
CuZn37Pb2C35300CW606NCZ131
CuZn40Pb3AlCW623NCZ130
CuZn40PbCZ137
CuZn42PbAlCW621N
CuZn43Pb1AlCW622N
CuZn43Pb2AlCW624N
CuZn39Pb0.5C36300

Leaded Brass

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