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Known for its machinability and strength, the brass hex bar is ideal for applications requiring repeated threading. With its low lead content, our brass hex bar has the highest level of machinability compared to other metals like aluminum and copper, making it perfect for any fabrication project.

Common Uses for Brass Hex Bar

Ornamental Component

Brass hex bar is often used in ornamental components such as handles, knobs, furniture accents, and decorative pieces. The material is easy to work with and can be cut into any size or shape you need for your project.

Brass has an attractive gold hue, making it perfect for more luxurious designs.

Architectural Design

Because brass is both strong and malleable, it can also be used in architectural designs such as door and window frames.

It won’t rust or corrode when exposed to the elements and can withstand extreme temperatures without losing shape or strength.

Plus, it has a natural shine that will add an element of sophistication to any building’s exterior design.

Industrial Hardware

Brass hex bars can be used in industrial hardware such as nuts and bolts or other fasteners that need to withstand wear and tear over time without corroding or rusting.

Brass hex bar components can be used for machine parts like gears, valves, pumps, shafts, bearings, and more because of the material’s low friction coefficient, which helps reduce wear on moving parts over time.

Plumbing

Brass is commonly used in plumbing parts because it doesn’t react with water as other metals do.

This makes it ideal for pipes and fittings that must withstand high water pressure and temperatures without rusting or corroding over time.

In addition, its good thermal conductivity means it won’t get too hot when exposed to hot water — a must-have feature if you’re looking for pipes that won’t burn your hands.

Marine Applications

Brass hex bars can also be used in marine applications such as boat hulls and propellers. It can withstand saltwater corrosion better than other metals like aluminum or steel — materials that are typically used in boatbuilding projects.

Brass is also lighter than steel, reducing the boat’s overall weight while providing superior strength compared to aluminum alloys that are commonly found in boats.

Brass Hex Bar Services

Cutting

Metric Metal offers custom cuts for brass hex bars and other types of metals. We can cut our brass hex bars to whatever size and shape you need for your application.

Packaging

We also offer packaging services for brass hex bars and other types of metals, so you can get precisely the size and quantity you need without worrying about overbuying or under-buying.

Material Certification

We can also provide certification for our brass hex bars to ensure that your material meets all the necessary standards for your application.

Get Your Brass Hex Bar from Metric Metal Today

With its high strength and machinability, the brass hex bar is an excellent choice for any type of fabrication project.

If you’re ready to order, build your quote, or contact us for to discuss your brass hex bar requirements and get a free quote. Our staff and resident metallurgists are prepared to assist you with any technical questions. In addition, you can visit our services page to learn more about cutting services, packaging services, or material certification.8rass is also lighter than steel, reducing the boat’s overall weight while providing superior strength compared to aluminum alloys that are commonly found in boats.

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