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Brass Round Bar 485 has excellent corrosion resistance, good strength, good hardness, fair machinability, and excellent resistance to zincification. 485 is also known as naval brass because it is routinely used in marine applications. The addition of lead to this alloy makes 485 more easily machinable than 464, the other naval brass alloy. 485 is typically used in marine hardware, wearplates, bushings, fasteners, condenser tubes, and black powder cannons.

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Dimension Name


Alloy 485
Temper H02
Production Method Extruded
Diameter 1.5
Max Length 144
MTR Availability Yes
Full Length true
Material Brass
Shape Bar-Round
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Material Specifications

This material meets the following specs: ASTM -B21

Weight/Lineal Foot

6.47 pounds
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Mechanical Properties

Property Value
Elongation Based on 1"" round 15
Rockwell Hardness Based on 1"" round 82
Tensile Based on 1"" round 75
Yield Based on 1"" round 53

Chemistry Information: 485 Brass

Element Percentage
Sn 0.5 - 1
Cu 59 - 62
Pb 1.3 - 2.2
Fe 0 - 0.1
Zn 34.3 - 39.2
Residual 0 - 0.4
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