Alloy Sales have enjoyed a lot of firsts since we came into business in the 1970's. Up to the 2000's we've onboarded and retained lots of local customers, helping them to find the answer to 'where to buy metal near me?'. With our own fleet of transport and drivers, we offered a speedy and friendly service.
Then we were the first UK online metal store, using trusted couriers (as well as our own fleet) our customer base could span as far as Scotland!
And now we are the first to transform the way you buy metal online. Being a long-standing business ourselves, we understand the importance of cash flow. That's why we have invited so many more businesses to join us and open an account with up to 60 days credit.
We've made it possible to order brass flat bar online and receive your goods before any money is exchanged. This way you can complete your project on time and generate an income before paying us.
This applies not only to brass flat bar. All Alloy Sales customers benefit from this service across the full brass catalogue. So whether that's brass sheet, brass plate or brass bar, we've made it our top priority to help you order the right metal for you.
Brass is a beautifully decorative alloy made of a composition of both zinc and copper with a distinctive gold-colour.
Bar CZ121 is the most popular grade of brass flat and we have this profile in abundance. It's ready to order from flat stock in standard sizes or if required, custom cutting is also available. Brass flat bar CZ121 has good to excellent corrosion resistance.
It has a duplex phase structure with a 3% lead content in this composition. Since lead is insoluble in the brass micro-structure, these soft particles are finely dispersed, acting as both a lubricant and chip breakers offering free-machining characteristics. Fabrication of brass bar works best in hot working, this brass alloy can be easily soldered or brazed.
You'll find brass flat in an array of applications in both domestic and commercial settings. This solid brass bar is a heavily machined alloy and can be transformed into almost anything. Typically found as the material of choice in musical instruments, locks, door handles, fixtures, railings and similar ironmongery.
The golden lustre offers an attractive finish in architectural and decorative applications such as staircases, thresholds and even radiators.