Naval Brass

Naval Brass is a classic material for many applications in fresh and salt water environments. The addition of up to 1% tin inhibits the loss of zinc in many environments resulting in strong corrosion resistance properties. Good wear and fatigue resistance combined with excellent thermal conductivity and formability yield a brass alloy suitable for a wide range of marine and other difficult liquid environments.

    Typical Applications:
  • Propeller Shafts
  • Marine Hardware
  • Valve Stems
  • Heat Exchanger Tubes
  • Bearings
  • Turn Buckles

C46400

Chemical Composition
Element
Cu Pb Sn Zn Fe
Min (%) 59.0 0.50
Max (%) 62.0 0.20 1.0 Rem 0.10
Mechanical Properties
Temper Code Tensile Strength
(ksi)
YS-0.5% Ext
(ksi)
Elongation
(%)
Section Size
(in)
H02 75 Typ 53 Typ 20 Typ 1
H02 80 Typ 57 Typ 20 Typ 0.24

C48200

Chemical Composition
Element
Cu Pb Sn Zn Fe
Min (%) 59.0 0.40 0.50    
Max (%) 62.0 1.0 1.0 Rem 0.10
Mechanical Properties
Temper Code Tensile Strength
(ksi)
YS-0.5% Ext
(ksi)
Elongation
(%)
Rockwell B scale Section Size
(in)
H02 70 Typ 52 Typ 17 Typ   2
H02 70 Typ 52 Typ 17 Typ 78 Typ 2
H02 75 Typ 53 Typ 15 Typ 82 Typ 1
H02 75 Typ 53 Typ 15 Typ   1
H01 67 Typ 40 Typ 30 Typ 75 Typ 2
H01 69 Typ 46 Typ 20 Typ 78 Typ 1
H04 63 Typ 33 Typ 43 Typ 78 Typ 3

C48500

Chemical Composition
  Element
Cu Pb Sn Zn Fe
Min (%) 59.0 1.3 0.50    
Max (% 62.0 2.2 1.0 Rem 0.10
MechanicalProperties
Temper Code Tensile Strength
(ksi)
YS-0.5% Ext
(ksi)
Elongation
(%)
Rockwell B scale Section Size
(in)
H02 75 Typ 53 Typ 15 Typ 82 Typ 1
H02 75 Typ 53 Typ 15 Typ   1
H01 69 Typ 46Typ 20 Typ 78 Typ 1
`H01 69 Typ 46 Typ 20Typ 1

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