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Brass powder
  • Brass powder
  • Process: water atomisation of molten alloy, sieving
  • Composition: Zn at 30%
  • Apparent densities: 2.55 g / cm3 up to 3.20 g / cm3
  • Particle shape: irregular
  • Particle size distribution: 500 to 45 microns
  • Colour: greenish yellow
Brass CuZn30
Brass CuZn30

Product Group: Brass powder
Description of the material and main chemical components:Use of this powder permits a much simpler handling compared to pure Phosfour.
Description of the manufacturing process:Water atomisation from molten alloy, sieving
Typical applications: non ferrous sintering, friction, filler
Main characteristic of the product Type:lower hardness, good machinability, lower mechanical preformances, higher resistance to oxidation over time (compared to sintered bronze)
Particle shape:irregular to rounded
Particle upper cut size (Full range): 63 to 1000
Particle upper cut size (Typical):63 to 1000
Apparent density (Typical):2,55 to 3,20
Recommended Pakaging:
Application notes:Brass is used in sintering for parts with modest mechanical characteristics requiring oxidation resistance. In friction applications it is appreciated for thermal conductive characteristic and lubricant effect. Specific gold colour is often a reason of choice either in sintering and in filler use
Key elements: Cu copper, Zn zinc
Key Processing: Atomisation: powder

Other grades are available

Common Version:
grade sieving size apparent density
OT 1000 1000 1,55
OT 212 212 2,65
OT 63 63 3,2


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