ng customers excellent quality range of Brass Threaded Set Components. Provided components are specially designed to install in various kinds of oil pressure gauges for ensuring their precise operations. These components are manufactured by utilizing utmost quality brass and advanced methodology in line with international standards of quality. As per the specific needs of clients, we are offering these
in numerous shapes, sizes and designs at industry leading prices.
We are supported by a state of art manufacturing unit that is managed by a team of experts to offer an unmatched range to our clients. We also have a team of quality analysts who are highly qualified and experienced. They check the quality of these products on various parameters to ensure their utility in various sectors.
are widely well known for its durability and corrosion resistance. These are available at very cost-effective prices. Our clients can avail our range as per their requirements in different specifications and grades.
are excellent fasteners for soft material application such as wood, plastic, polymer and aluminum. Brass Threaded Inserts have strong threads can assemble and disassemble without degrading the components are required. Brass Threaded Inserts create a more secure connection between the components and provide a reusable connection when the product needs to be disassembled and reassembled.
are generally regarded as the better option. However, with increasing thought being put into sustainable options, lead-free alternatives such as stainless steel are growing more popular. In this article, we’ll break down the “stainless steel vs. brass threaded inserts” argument and highlight some of the benefits and best uses of each so you can make an informed decision based on your project.
Brass threaded set components are commonly used in various applications due to their durability, corrosion resistance, and ease of machining. They are often used in scenarios where threaded connections are needed, such as in plumbing, electrical, automotive, and industrial settings
- Free Cutting Brass IS 319 Type (I) or
- Brass RoHS Compliance
- Free Cutting Brass as per BS 249 Type (I) or
- High Grade Free Cutting Brass
- Any special brass material compositions as per customer requirement
- Electrical Application
- Automotive industry
- Industrial Machinery
- Furniture and Fixture
- Corrosion Resistance
- Non-Sparking Properties
- Thermal Conductivity
- Thermal Resistant
ISO metric, MM, PG, BSW, BSP, BSB, BSF, BA, NPT, NPTF, UNC, UNF, UNEF etc, Any Special Threads As per customer’s Specification.
Finishing and Coating:
Brass Natural, Electro Tinned, Nickel Plated, Chrome, Led, Silver, Gold, Zinc Blue or any special finish/plating as per customer specifications.
Various Sizes available as per customer requirement.
One Piece Packing, Inner Box, Customized Packing, Poly Bag, Outer Cartons, Standard Export Packaging, Plastic Bag, the reels are packed in wooden crate/box, Relevant markings are provided in each outer package and as per client specifications.
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What are the parts of a brass threaded set?
Brass threaded set components are mechanical parts made from brass, a durable and corrosion-resistant alloy of copper and zinc. These components are designed with threaded features, allowing them to be easily connected to other parts using screws, bolts, or nuts.
What are some typical applications for brass threaded set components?
Plumbing, electrical systems, automobile parts, industrial gear, and furnishings all require brass threaded set components. Due to their strength and corrosion resistance, they are frequently used to connect pipes, wires, hoses, and other fittings.
What prevents corrosion in brass threaded set components?
Brass threaded set components possess corrosion resistance due to the natural protective layer formed on the brass surface when exposed to air and moisture. This layer, called patina, helps prevent the underlying brass from corroding.