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Barley—No. 1 COPPER WIRE : Shall consist of No. 1 bare, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire, not smaller than No. 16 B & S wire gauge. Green copper wire and hydraulically compacted material to be subject to agreement between buyer and seller.
Berry—No. 1 COPPER WIRE : Shall consist of clean, untinned, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire and cable, not smaller than No. 16 B & S wire gauge, free of burnt wire which is brittle. Hydraulically briquette copper subject to agreement.
Birch—No. 2 COPPER WIRE : Shall consist of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper wire having a nominal 96% copper content (minimum 94%) as determined by electrolytic assay. Should be free of the following. Excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper wire; brass and bronze wire; excessive oil content, iron, and non-metallics; copper wire from burning, containing insulation; hair wire; burnt wire which is brittle; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquette copper subject to agreement.
Brass Hollow Rods :

You can find our brass rods which conform to different international standards as required by you and have now forayed into the manufacture of brass hollow rods. These are a cost-effective alternative to machined parts.

Due to the reduced machining times the wear and tear of tools is minimized and the amount of material in the input is reduced and finally the loss of metal is drastically reduced which helps in cutting down the cost considerably.

At Classic we are geared towards providing excellent quality materials and products to our customer base. Our focus is on creating high quality brass hollow rods. The reason for our core focus on perfecting this material is due to the efficient machining properties afforded by brass. Clients patronizing Classic consider Classic Brass Rods as a cost effective and efficient material which gives them the perfect raw material to create high quality and durable precision turned parts.

The Brass Hollow rods manufactured by Classic are standard use products for our clients. The reliability of our economical brass hollow rods have made them an indispensable part of manufacturing units across the country. Not only do we provide clients with a cost-effective alternative for machined parts with a bore but also allow them to reduce machining times as well as decrease wear and tear of tools. By using the high quality brass hollow rods manufactured by Classic, industries can effectively reduce over all costs by decreasing the amount of material input required and control the amount of metal loss.

Brass Rods :

From the manufacturing of round, square, flat or rectangular and hexagon shaped brass rods; we are able to provide you high quality and standardized products for various Engineering, Electrical, Electronics, Automobiles, Building Hardware and Sanitary fittings….

These high-quality brass rods are manufactured as per various national and international standards like :

Free Cutting Brass Rods

IS 319/89 - Grade I IS 319/89 - Grade II IS 319/89 - Grade III BS 2874 - CZ 121 Pb3 UNS C36000 BS 2874 - CZ 131 CW 614 N EN 12164 : 1998

Forging Brass Rods

BS 218 IS - 6912/2005 FLB Modified Forging Brass Rods as per IS - 8737 CW 617 N EN 12164 : 1998 CDA 377

High Tensile Brass Rods

IS 320/80 HT-1 is suitable for soldering. HT-2 is suitable for machining. BS 2874 - CZ 114 BS 2874 - CZ 115

Naval Brass Rods

IS 291/89 - Grade I IS 291/89 - Grade II CDA 464 and CDA 385 Lead Free Brass 70:30 Lead Free Brass and 65:35 Lead Free Brass Rods.

Brass Sections & Profiles :

At classic we provide a full range of brass products which comply with international quality standards. The brass sections and profiles are manufactured at our state of the art facility and are available in different applicable shapes used in the industry. We also provide the value added services of manufacturing a customized design as required by our clients. The superior quality brass sections and profiles crafted by Rajhans can be applied to the manufacturing of indispensable items like nuts, screws, pinions, gears and bodies. Apart from this, the durable brass sections and profiles can be used to manufacture long lasting locks and shafts along with assembling automat parts.

NAME CZ 114 Brass Rods
Min Max
CZ 115 High Tensile Brass Rods
Min Max
CZ 121 Free cutting Brass Rods
Min Max
CZ 122 (BS-218) Free Cutting Brass Rods
Min Max
CS 124 Free cutting Brass Rods IS 319 cor II
Min Max
CZ 130 Leaded Brass for Section
Min Max
CZ 131 (DTD-627) Free Cutting Brass with improved Ductility
Min Max
Copper
56  59 
56  60 
56  60 
56.50  60 
60  63 
56  58 
61  63 
Lead
0.50  1.50 
0.5  1.50 
2.0  3.50 
0.60  2.0 
2.5  3.7 
2.50  3.50 
1.5  2.5 
Iron
0.50  1.20 
0.5  1.20 
---  --- 
---  0.30 
---  0.35 
---  --- 
---  --- 
Aluminium
---  1.50 
---  0.20 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  0.40 
---  --- 
Manganise
0.30  2.0 
0.30  2.00 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
Tin (SN)
0.20  1.0 
0.60  1.10 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
Zinc
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
---  Bal 
Nickel
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
Silicon
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
---  --- 
Total Impurities
---  0.50 
---  0.50 
---  0.75 
---  0.70 
---  0.50 
---  0.75 
---  0.50 


NAME Free Cutting and Forging Brass Rods DIN EN 17660 MS - 58
Free Cutting
Min Max
Forging Brass
Min Max
Free Cutting and Forging Brass Rods DIN EN 12164
CW614N
Min Max
CW617N
Min Max
CW608N
Min Max
CZ 122 (BS-218) Free Cutting Brass Rods
Min Max
Copper
  57     59     57     59  
  56     60     57     59     57     59  
  56     60  
Lead
  2.50     3.50     1.50     2.50  
  2.50     3.50     1.60     2.50     1.60     2.50  
  1.50     2.50  
Tin
  ---     0.40     ---     0.30  
  ---     0.30     ---     0.30     ---     0.20  
  ---     0.30  
Iron
  ---     0.50     ---     0.40  
  ---     0.30     ---     0.30     ---     0.20  
  ---     0.40  
Aluminium
  ---     0.10     ---     0.10  
  ---     0.05     ---     0.05     ---     0.05  
  ---     0.10  
Nickel
  ---     0.50     ---     0.40  
  ---     0.30     ---     0.30     ---     0.30  
  ---     0.40  
Silicon
  ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     ---     ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Maganise
  ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     ---     ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     0.20  
Zinc
  bal     bal     bal     bal  
  bal     bal     bal     bal     bal     bal  
  bal     bal  
Total Impurities
  ---     0.20     ---     0.20  
  ---     0.20     ---     0.20     ---     0.20  
  ---     0.20  


NAME BS - 218 Modified Forging Brass
Min Max
IS 6912/85 FLB Forging Brass (with low Mn)
Min Max
High Tensile Brass Rods As IS 320/80
HT - 1
Min Max
HT - 2
Min Max
Riveting Brass Wires (Leaded IS 2704/83)
Min Max
Copper
  56.50     60.0  
  56.50     60.0  
  56     60     56     61  
  62     65  
Lead
  1.0     1.50  
  0.60     1.20  
  0.20     1.50     0.50     1.50  
  0.75     1.50  
Tin
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  0.20     1.00     ---     1.00  
  ---     ---  
Iron
  ---     0.30  
  ---     0.30  
  0.20     1.25     0.20     1.50  
  ---     0.10  
Aluminium
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     0.20     0.30     2.0  
  ---     ---  
Manganise
  ---     0.50  
  ---     0.20  
  0.25     2.0     0.50     2.0  
  ---     ---  
Nickel
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Silicon
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---     ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Zinc
  Bal     Bal  
  Bal     Bal  
  Bal     Bal     Bal     Bal  
  Bal     Bal  
Total Impurities
  ---     0.50  
  ---     0.25  
  ---     0.50     ---     0.50  
  ---     0.50  


A test table with merged cells
Average Red
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heightweight
Males1.90.00340%
Females1.70.00243%
NAME JIS C 3601 (H 3250)
 MinMax
JIS C 3604 (H 3250)
Min Max
JIS C 37771 (H 3250)
Min Max
Copper
  59     63  
  57     61  
  57     61  
Tin
  ---     0.20  
  ---     0.20  
  ---     0.30  
Lead
  1.80     3.50  
  1.80     3.50  
  0.50     2.50  
Iron
  ---     0.30  
  ---     0.35  
  ---     0.35  
Aluminium
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Manganise
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Nickel
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Arsenic
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
  ---     ---  
Zinc
  Bal     Bal  
  Bal     Bal  
  Bal     Bal  
Total Impurities
  ---     0.50  
  ---     0.50  
  ---     0.50  
Candy—No. 1 HEAVY COPPER : Shall consist of clean, unalloyed, uncoated copper clippings, punching, bus bars, commutator segments, and wire not less than 1/16 of an inch thick, free of burnt wire which is brittle; but may include clean copper tubing. Hydraulically briquette copper subject to agreement.
Cliff—No. 2 COPPER : Shall consist of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper scrap having a nominal 96% copper content (minimum 94%) as determined by electrolytic assay. Should be free of the following: Excessively leaded, tinned, soldered copper scrap; brasses and bronzes; excessive oil content, iron and non-metallics; copper tubing with other than copper connections or with sediment; copper wire from burning, containing insulation; hair wire; burnt wire which is brittle; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquette copper subject to agreement.
Clove—No. 1 COPPER WIRE NODULES : Shall consist of No. 1 bare, uncoated, unalloyed copper wire scrap nodules, chopped or shredded, free of tin, lead, zinc, aluminum, iron, other metallic impurities, insulation, and other foreign contamination. Minimum copper 99%. Gauge smaller than No. 16 B & S wire and hydraulically compacted material subject to agreement between buyer and seller.
Cobra—No. 2 COPPER WIRE NODULES : Shall consist of No. 2 unalloyed copper wire scrap nodules, chopped or shredded, minimum 97% copper. Maximum metal impurities not to exceed 0.50% aluminum and 1% each of other metals or insulation. Hydraulically compacted material subject to agreement between buyer and seller.
Cocoa—COPPER WIRE NODULES : Shall consist of unalloyed copper wire scrap nodules, chopped or shredded, minimum 99% copper. Shall be free of excessive insulation and other non-metallics. Maximum metal impurities as follows: Aluminum - .05% Tin - .25% Nickel - .05% Antimony - .01% Iron - .05% Hydraulically compacted material subject to agreement between buyer and seller.
Dream—LIGHT COPPER : Shall consist of miscellaneous, unalloyed copper scrap having a nominal 92% copper content (minimum 88%) as determined by electrolytic assay and shall consist of sheet copper, gutters, downspouts, kettles, boilers, and similar scrap. Should be free of the following: Burnt hair wire; copper clad; plating racks; grindings; copper wire from burning, containing insulation; radiators, fire extinguishers; refrigerator units; electrotype shells; screening; excessively leaded, tinned, soldered scrap; brasses and bronzes; excessive oil, iron and non-metallics; and should be reasonably free of ash. Hydraulically briquette cop-per subject to agreement. Any items excluded in this grade are also excluded in the higher grades above.
Drove—COPPER-BEARING SCRAP : Shall consist of miscellaneous copper-containing skimming, grindings, ashes, irony brass and copper, residues and slags. Free of insulated wires; copper chlorides; unprepared tangled material; large motors; pyrophoric material; asbestos brake linings; furnace bottoms; high lead materials; graphite crucibles; and noxious and explosive materials. Fine powdered material by agreement. Hydraulically briquette material subject to agreement.
Druid—INSULATED COPPER WIRE SCRAP : Shall consist of copper wire scrap with various types of insulation. To be sold on a sample or recovery basis, subject to agreement between buyer and seller.
  
  
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