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Brass Plate 464 has excellent corrosion resistance, good strength, good hardness, fair machinability, and excellent resistance to zincification. 464 is also known as naval brass because it is routinely used in marine applications. It is also easily soldered, brazed, hot formed, and hot forged. 464 is typically used in marine hardware, wearplates, bushings, fasteners, condenser tubes, and black powder cannons.

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Dimension Name


Alloy 464
Temper m20
Production Method hot rolled
Thickness 0.375
Max Width 48
Max Length 120
MTR Availability Yes
Full Length true
Material brass
Shape sheet/plate
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Material Specifications

This material meets the following specs: ASTM -B171

Weight/Lineal Foot

16.42 pounds
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Mechanical Properties

Property Value
Rockwell Hardness B scale 55
Density g/cm^3 8
Modulus of Elasticity KSI x 10^3 15
Melting Point °F 1630 - 1650
Elongation Typical % 50
Specific Heat BTU/lb-°F (32-212F) 0 min
Thermal conductivity BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F 805
Ultimate KSI 55
Yield KSI 25
Ultimate shear strength KSI 40

Chemistry Information: 464 Brass

Element Percentage
Cu 60
Sn 0.75
Zn 39.25
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