Brass Product Specifications

Brass is widely used and can be found in a number of applications, including electrical components, appliance parts, fasteners, connectors, and ammunition components. We inventory alloy 260 brass sheets and other brass products in thicknesses from 0.005 to 0.187, and in annealed, quarter-hard, half-hard, and full-hard tempers. Other tempers and alloys are available as well.

Brass Value-Add Services

In addition to being brass suppliers, Mead Metals can also perform a number of additional services to add value to your product. Brass sheets and other brass products can be:

  • Edge-rolled
  • Precision slit
  • Sheared
  • Cut-to-length

Our value-added services are performed in-house, saving you time and money when your materials arrive in a state that matches your design needs.

Contact Mead Metals today to place your order or to learn more.

Minimum Order Quantity Policy

Our Minimum Order Quantity policy enables us to suit metal product orders of all sizes. Every metal product we provide has its own MOQ, and for brass, our MOQ is 5-7#. While we can and will support orders for quantities smaller than this, the minimum lot charge will remain the same for any quantities ordered at or below a metal’s MOQ. Additional variables apply depending on material thickness, width, and additional processing.

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Production Process

  • Starts from 70% copper and 30% zinc
  • Copper and zinc are melted together
  • Brass is cooled and hardened
  • Who Can be a Mead Metals Customer?

    Here at Mead Metals, we have a diverse group of customers. With our minimum order policy and our consultative approach to helping customers determine what they need, we’re able to help large and small businesses, as well as local artists. In this video, we detail a few of the types of customers we commonly work with.

    Pros

    Easily formable
    Heat conducive
    Resistant to saltwater corrosion

    Cons

    Appearance varies based on the amount of oxygen exposure during the melt process
    Experiences age-related discoloration

    Quick Quote

    Are you in need of brass? Let us know the quantity, specifications, and delivery date you need, and we’ll provide you with a quote.

    Applications

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    Plumbing

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    Decor

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    Musical Instruments

    On-Time Percentage 99.98%

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    Quick Quote Response Rate 4 HRS

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    Quality Percentage 99.76%

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