C24000 (ASTM B36) Low Brass Alloy Data Specifications
Low Brass, named for its relatively low zinc content, is a choice of many design engineers for applications where strength and formability are required. Due to the higher content of zinc found in this alloy, compared to Red Brass it develops a beautiful antique brass color when chemically treated making it ideal from many decorative or architectural applications. Other advantages of C240 include: high solderability, high fatigue limit, and excellent grain size control. For more information contact Olin Brass Market Development Engineering at 618-258-5255, OlinBrass.com or email us at email@example.com.
1Copper plus named elements, 99.8% min
|English Units||Metrics Units|
|Density||0.313 lb/in3 @ 68oF||8.66 g/cm3|
|Thermal Conductivity||81 BTU-ft/ft2-hr-oF||139 W/mK|
|Electrical Resistivity||32.4 ohm circ mils/ft||5.39 microhm-cm|
|Electrical Conductivity (annealed)||32% IACS*||0.186 megamho/cm|
|Modulus of Elasticity||16,000,000 psi||110 kN/mm2|
|Coeff. of Thermal Expansion|
|68-572oF (20-300oC)||10.6 PPM/oF||19.1 PPM/oC|
*International Annealed Copper Standard
|Temper1||Tensile Strength||Yield Strength2||% Elongation2||Typical 90o Bend Formability GW/BW3|
|Extra Spring||89-97||615-670||78||540||1 max|
1Mechanical properties subject to change. All rolled-tempers listed are accepted or rejected based on Tensile Strength.
2Nominal Values in 2" (51mm)
3DATA FOR REFERENCE ONLY. R/T = Bend Radius/Material Thickness <0.016" (0.4mm) thick, 11/16 (17.5mm) wide.
4Annealed temper are manufactured to a grain size only, consult mill for additional info.