Jintian is a leading manufacturer of high-quality lead free brass rod based in China. The company has been in business for many years, and has built a reputation for producing brass rods that meet the highest industry standards for quality, performance, and safety.
Jintian's lead free brass rods are made from high-quality raw materials and are manufactured using advanced production techniques that ensure consistent quality and reliability. The company's manufacturing facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technology, which allows them to produce brass rods with precise dimensions, excellent surface finish, and good free-cutting features.
The range of products that our company can provide to you are: (1) Status: Y2; (2) Diameter: Φ2.0mm-Φ90.0mm; (3) Length: 2m-4.5m. This lead free brass rod can be used in daily hardware, drinking water system and other fields.
Lead-free brass rod is less susceptible to corrosion, particularly in environments where there is exposure to saltwater or other corrosive substances. This means that they are less likely to develop rust or other types of damage that can compromise their strength and durability over time.
Lead-free brass rod is often made with higher-quality materials and manufacturing processes that can improve their overall strength and durability. This means that they are less likely to break or become damaged during use, and can withstand higher levels of stress and strain.
4.5 mm brass rod is also more environmentally friendly than traditional brass rods that contain lead. Lead is a toxic substance that can pollute the environment and harm wildlife, so using lead-free brass rods can help reduce the overall impact of manufacturing and construction activities on the environment.
Lead-free brass rods can also offer good free-cutting features, which refer to their ability to be easily machined and shaped into specific forms or designs. Traditionally, lead has been added to brass to improve its machinability, but the use of lead-free brass rods has become more common in recent years due to environmental and health concerns.
The production process is as follows: