aluminum brass

aluminum brass

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′bras]
(metallurgy)
A casting brass to which aluminum has been added as a flux to improve the casting qualities and, with the addition of lead, the machining qualities.
A wrought brass to which aluminum has been added to improve the extruding and forging qualities and the oxidation resistance.
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aluminum brass

Brass to which aluminum has been added to increase its corrosion resistance.
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ESCA Investigation of Iron Rich Protective Films on Aluminum Brass Condenser Tubes, Corrosion Science, Vol.16, 1976, pp.
The device is available in aluminum or polished aluminum brass.