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Brass T-Bar 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. 385 is typically used in decorative architecture applications and ornamental hardware.

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Dimension Name

Specification

Alloy 385
Temper m30
Production Method extruded
Height 0.75
Width 0.75
Thickness 0.125
MTR Availability Yes
Full Length true
Material brass
Shape bar-t-bar
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Material Specifications

This material meets the following specs: ASTM -B455

Weight/Lineal Foot

0.64 pounds
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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

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
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