Specifications
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Weight/Lineal Foot: 0.52

Dimension Name Value
Alloy 385
Temper M30
Production Method Extruded
Legs 0.625
Thickness 0.12
Max Length 144
MTR Availability No
Material Brass
Shape Angle-Equal
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Overview

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Brass Angle 385 is also known as Architectural Bronze even though it is actually a brass. 385 polishes to an excellent finish, resists corrosion in non-marine environments, and machines comparably well to 360 free-machining brass. It is easy to braze and solder but should not be welded. The temper is mainly M30 (as extruded) but can come in H02 (half hard) depending on the manufacturer. 385 is typically used in decorative architecture applications and ornamental hardware.

Weight/Lineal Foot
0.52 pounds
Please note that this data is to be used ONLY FOR REFERENCE, NOT FOR DESIGN, and by using it,you agree that any decisions you make regarding materials for your project are at your own discretion.
Chemistry Information: 385 Brass

Element

Percentage

Cu 55 - 59
Zn 36.7 - 42.5
Pb 2.5 - 3.5
Fe 0 - 0.35
Residual 0 - 0.5
Mechanical Properties

Property

Value

Rockwell Hardness B scale 65
Density g/cm^3 8
Elongation Typical % 30
Modulus of Elasticity KSI x 10^3 14
Melting Point °F 1610 - 1630
Specific Heat BTU/lb-°F (32-212F) 0 min
Thermal conductivity BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F 854
Ultimate KSI 60
Yield KSI 20
Ultimate shear strength KSI 35
Please note that this data is to be used ONLY FOR REFERENCE, NOT FOR DESIGN, and by using it,you agree that any decisions you make regarding materials for your project are at your own discretion.

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