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Brass is a yellowish shiny type of alloy, which mainly consists of copper and zinc, usually 67% copper and 33% zinc. Brass and Bronze are two completely different alloys since bronze mainly consists of copper and tin. Brass might also contain other elemental metals such as arsenic, phosphorous, aluminium, manganese and silicon. Lead has a low melting point, so in some cases, they are added in concentrations to increase the machinability of the brass.
Brass fittings at Instinox is backed by all world class certifications including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 & CE-PED 97/23/EC. We are also members of various renowned agencies and Chambers of Commerce including MASSMA, EEPC, FICCI, FIEO, Indian Merchants Chamber etc. Our Brass fittings at Instinox carries our brand identity with a special brand marked on the fittings. Our brand i-Fit is branded on all pipe fittings exported from our company.
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There are many metals used to assemble a knife, but the
main blades are forged from bronze,
copper, iron, steel, ceramics, and titanium. If you're buying a new knife I
recommend to use titanium made knife, it's very high quality an titanium is the
best stainless steel.
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