Brass is commonly used in instruments, not only because it’s more malleable and resistant to corrosion, but because it has a nice finish and looks good. Types of brass composition differentiate depending on the instrument.
Brass is great for household fixtures because it’s easily-formed for design purposes, strong, antibacterial, and has an appealing look. You usually find it on kitchen and bathroom fixtures due to its resistance to corrosion.
From plumbing pipes and tools, to shell casing and gear, brass is known to have a long lifespan due to its durability– making it an ideal product for mechanics.
Brass is easy to work with and is anti-corrosive, making it a great metal to use for jewelry. Its combination of zinc and copper, gives a yellowish- glow similar to gold but at a much more cost-effective price.
Why Recycle Brass?
Brass is infinitely recyclable, as its properties do not degrade over time. The brass industry throughout the world is dependent on recycled brass scrap since making brass from copper and zinc would be uneconomical and wasteful of raw materials.
- Diverts brass from the landfill
- Minimizes toxins released in the environment
- Make money– we’ll PAY for your brass