Naval Brasses have good strength and rigidity. The alloys are noted for their resistance to wear, fatigue and stress corrosion cracking. It is readily soldered, brazed and welded. Typical applications include nuts, bolts, rivets, valve stems, pump shafts and marine hardware.
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is classed as naval brass and is a 60% copper 40% zinc with 1% tin alloy. The addition of tin is made for extra corrosion resistance in seawater and other mildly aggressive environments. It also offers good strength levels combined with an excellent hot formability.