From fountains pens to the chemical industry brass sheets manufactured at our factory units have proven useful in myriad instances by professionals world over. It possesses the same properties of malleability, ductility and anti corrosion that its exact twin, the Brass shim does.
It begins by melting copper and zinc in a electric furnace designed by expert engineers especially for the fabrication of brass shim sheets. Zinc is eventually added to this heating concoction which is then cooled down to form cakes of brass. The two constituents, copper and zinc combine together to form brass. Copper forms the major component in the blend and contributes to malleable properties of the by product. The amount can vary from 50% to 90 % depending on the intention behind the use of brass shim sheets. The amount of zinc as compared to copper is really less and is determined by the color of brass shim sheets. The more the amount of zinc the more tinted brass will appear and harder will be its form. Changing the balance between the two constituents results in different forms of brass alloy that can useful in differing areas of work.
1. Highly durable
3. High efficiency