- 260 brass, also known as yellow brass or cartridge brass, is corrosion resistant and has high formability
- Meets ASTM B19 and ASTM B36 specifications
- Unpolished (mill) surface has no finish
- H02 temper has been cold worked to a 1/2 hard temper
- Standard tolerance
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260 Brass Sheet, Unpolished (Mill) Finish, H02 Temper, Standard Tolerance, Inch, ASTM B19/ASTM B36
|Price:||$9.35 - $1,631.36|
|Exterior Finish||Unpolished (Mill)|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Specification Met||ASTM B19 , ASTM B36|
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The 260 brass sheet with H02 temper is unpolished, meets American Society for Testing and Materials International ASTM B19 and B36 specifications, and has a standard tolerance. The 260 brass alloy, also known as yellow brass and cartridge brass, is corrosion resistant and has high formability due to its zinc content. The material has an H02 temper, meaning it has been cold worked to a 1/2 hard temper.
Copper, brass, and bronze are known as red metals because they contain copper, which has a reddish color. Copper, a term that applies to alloys containing at least 99.3% copper, offers very high thermal and electrical conductivity and provides corrosion resistance, formability, and machinability. Brass is an alloy of copper and varying levels of zinc, sometimes with additional elements. It provides greater strength and better machinability than copper or bronze. Bronze is commonly an alloy of copper and tin, but sometimes it is copper alloyed with other elements such as aluminum, phosphorus, manganese, or silicon. Tin gives bronze more corrosion resistance than brass and greater strength than copper. Copper and its alloys have temper designations, meaning the material has undergone a process to achieve certain properties of strength and hardness.
Tensile strength, used to indicate the material's overall strength, is the peak stress it can withstand before it breaks. Corrosion resistance describes the material's ability to prevent deterioration caused by atmosphere, moisture, or other medium. Wear resistance indicates the ability to prevent surface damage caused by contact with other surfaces. Hardness (commonly measured as indentation hardness) describes its resistance to permanent surface deformation. Formability indicates how easily the material can be permanently shaped. Machinability describes how easily it can be cut, shaped, finished, or otherwise machined, while weldability characterizes the ability to be welded.
Top Customer Reviews
I bought three of them, 0.0010, 0.0015, and 0.0020 thicknesses.
For M nib, 0.002 would do, for F ore EF nib, 0.001 works good.