Brass is a non-magnetic copper alloy, in which copper is alloyed with zinc. Other alloying elements can also be added. Brass normally consists of 65 per cent copper and 35 per cent zinc, and can be hot pressed, forged, turned, milled and brazed.

Today we use mainly:
CW614N    CuZn39Pb3
CW617N    CuZn40Pb2
CW602N    CuZn36Pb2As
CW625N    CuZn35Pb2Al-C
CW713R    CuZn37Mn3Al2PbSi

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