H62 brass introduction:
H62 Brass is a copper-zinc alloy. Except for copper and a small amount of other elements, the balance is zinc.
H62 brass rod: H stands for “yellow” and is the first letter of Pinyin; 62 represents copper content of about 62%.
H62 Brass Rod Chemical Composition and Mechanical Properties are as Follows:
The density of brass H62 is 8.43 g/cm3. Brass h62 conductivity can reach more than 98%.
Tensile strength: (σb/MPa) 410-630 The tensile strength of brass h62 drawn bar (semi-hard state) is:
370MPa (diameter 5-40mm); elongation δ10=15% δ5=18%
335MPa (diameter >40~80mm); elongation δ10=20% δ5=24%
Elongation: (δ10/%) ≥ 10
Vickers hardness: (HV) 105-175 (thickness ≥ 0.3)
H62 (ie four or six brass). The beta phase is much harder than the alpha phase at room temperature and can therefore be used for parts that are subject to large loads.
The α+β two-phase brass can be hot worked at temperatures above 600 °C. α+β two-phase brass microstructure: α is a bright white solid solution, and β is a CuZn-based ordered solid solution.
Brass h62 characteristics:
H62 brass, has good physical properties, good plasticity in the hot state, plasticity in the cold state, good machinability,
easy brazing and welding, corrosion resistance. In addition, it is cheap and is a common brass variety that is widely used.
There are many uses for H62 classic brass -rod: the most common ones that can be used for deep drawing and bending.
For example, round bars, rings, round tubes, pins, washers, nuts, barometer springs, screens, radiator parts, etc, are also good electrical conductors.
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