Brass balls are used in electrical devices, petrochemical industry operations,
and consumer products such as appliances. Small diameter brass balls are
often used in valves. Electrical conductivity (and lower cost, compared to
other corrosion-resistant balls) makes brass balls a good option for
electronics applications. Brass balls have low friction properties.
Brass balls exhibit very good resistance to water, gas and oil,
and chemicals including benzene, butane, methyl acetone
and ethyl chloride.
Rockwell B75-87 measured on parallel flats.
Brass balls are manufactured in 3/64" to 5/8" in
grades 100 through 1000
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Solid brass balls(brass spheres) show fairish mechanical performance, good
corrosion resitance, excellent electrical properties. They generate low
frictions. Brass balls are provided in the passivated condition.
Brass balls are used in special valves, industrial pumps and valves, electronic devices, safety switches, heating units, appliances, furniture rails, automotive, electronic and petrochemical industry.