Brass climbing products come in a variety of alloys in various dimensions and are mainly used in the electrical, automotive and home appliances industries.


Excellent workability and drawability

Good for being punched and bent

Specially applicable to electrical usages


Specially applicable to automobile radiators and deep drawing works


Excellent workability and drawability

Specially applicable to deep drawing works

Other grades of copper alloys may be produced on request.


Copper Sheet/Strip Strip Sheet
Thickness (mm) Width (mm) Length (mm)
0.04 to and include 0.15 15 to 200
0.15 to and include 0.3 15 to 610
0.3 15 to 660 300 to 320 700 to 2000
0.3 to 3 600 to 660
3 to and include 6 20 to 660
8 to and include 18 660 500 to 4000
18 to and include 100 1000 to 7000

The following standards comply for brass sheets strips:

DIN 1787
Copper – Half-finished Products.

DIN 17660
Wrought copper alloys; copper-zinc alloys; (brass); (special brass); composition.

DIN 17670
Wrought copper and copper alloy plate, sheet and strip.

DIN EN 1652
Copper and copper alloys – Plate, sheet, strip and circles for general purposes.

DIN EN 1653
Copper and copper alloys – Plate, sheet and circles for boilers, pressure vessels, and hot water storage units.

ASTM B248M-07
Standard Specification for General Requirements for Wrought Copper and Copper-Alloy Plate, Sheet, Strip, and Rolled Bar

ASTM B36/B36M-08a
Standard Specification for Brass Plate, Sheet, Strip, And Rolled Bar

JIS H 3100:2006-02-20
Copper and copper alloy sheets, plates, and strips.

BS 2875:1969
Specification for copper and copper alloys. Plate

BS EN 1652:1998
Copper and copper alloys. Plate, sheet, strip, and circles for general purposes

BS EN 1653:1998
Copper and copper alloys. Plate, sheet, and circles for boilers, pressure vessels and hot water storage units