Lots of advantages

Our brass strips and brass sheets are made of various types of brass, depending on the proportions of the metals they contain. Brass is dominated by copper, which can be melted with zinc, lead, silicon, chromium, manganese or iron.

Brass sheets and strips are widely used for their advantages: corrosion resistance, ease of forming, ductility, strength and durability. Brass is suitable for casting and cold working. It is used to manufacture, for example, home fittings, building fittings, musical instruments, padlocks, and ship screws. Brass is often used by artists in metalwork.


Brass alloy standards

In our company, we produce brass sheets and brass strips from various types of brass alloys manufactured in accordance with Polish and European standards. We offer, among others:

  1. two-component brass – e.g. M90 (CuZn10), M85 (CuZn15), M80 (CuZn20), M70 (CuZn30), M60 (CuZn40), M67 (CuZn33), M63 (CuZn37),
  2. lead brass – e.g. MO64 (CuZn34Pb3), MO62 (CuZn36Pb1.5), MO61 (CuZn36Pb3), MO59 (CuZn39Pb2) MO58A (CuZn39Pb2), MO58b (CuZn40Pb2), MO58 (CuZn40Pb2),
  3. high nickel brass.

We produce brass strips with a thickness of 0.1 mm to 3 mm and a width of 5 mm to 360 mm. Our brass strips and sheets, on the other hand, have the following dimensions: thickness 0.3 mm to 100 mm, width from 360 mm to 1000 mm, length up to 2000 mm. It is possible to produce brass sheets in other dimensions, but it requires direct contact with our specialists and arranging details.


Brass strips / Brass sheets


  • incl. electronics

  • tele-radio technology

  • automotive

  • electromechanical industry


  • Strengths:
    r – soft state
    pz – condition after cold rolling (semi-hard, hard and equivalents according to other standards)
    pg – condition after hot rolling

  • Upon agreement, it is possible to manufacture strips and sheets with specific properties

  • Hard metal sheets are made up to a thickness of 5 mm

  • The products are manufactured in accordance with the following standards: PN, EN, ASTM, DIN, GOST, JIS

* The width and length of hot-rolled sheets with a thickness of 50 ÷ 100 mm are made upon agreement


Foreign standard equivalents
PN-92/H-87025 PN-EN 1652
PN-EN 1653*
DIN 17660 ASTM B36
JIS H3100 BS 2870 GOST
M60 CuZn40 CuZn40 Ł60
M63 CuZn37 CuZn37 C27200 C2720 CZ108 Ł63
M67 CuZn33 CuZn33 C26800 C2680 CZ107 Ł67
M70 CuZn30 CuZn30 C26000 C2600 CZ106 Ł70
M80 CuZn20 CuZn20 C24000 C2400 CZ103 Ł80
M85 CuZn15 CuZn15 C23000 C2300 CZ102 Ł85
M90 CuZn10 CuZn10 C22000 C2200 CZ101 Ł90
M95 CuZn5 CuZn5 C21000 C2100 CZ125 Ł95
MO59* CuZn39Pb2* CuZn39Pb2* C36500* C3650* CZ120* ŁS59-1*
MC62/CuZn38Sn1* CuZn38Sn1* CuZn38Sn1* C46400* C4640* CZ112*

* dimensions and strain hardening on request


Thickness [mm] Width [mm] Strain hardening Coil inside diameter [mm]
0,10 – 0,60 5 – 9 r, pz 260 – 360
10 – 360 100, 200, 300, 400, 500
0,50 – 0,80 max 360 r, pz 260, 300, 400, 500
0,80 – 3,00 max 360* 400, 500
*the width is 380mm for thickness above 2,50mm


Thickness [mm] Width [mm] Length [mm] Strain hardening
0,30 – 2,19 max 360 max 2500 r,pz
2,20 – 10,00 max 1000
5,00 – 100,00* max 1000 pg
* width and length of plates after cold rolling with a thickness of 35 – 80 mm are also manufactured after previous agreement

Brass is an alloy of copper with zinc, the latter being a maximum of 40%. In addition, it may contain additives of other metals: tin, lead, silicon, aluminum, chromium, manganese or iron. Brass is orange-yellow (sometimes close to gold), and with smaller amounts of zinc it even turns copper. It melts at a temperature below 1000 degrees Celsius.

The use of brass is very wide and includes, among others industries such as construction, electrotechnical, machinery, shipbuilding, automotive, metalwork and chemical. This alloy produces:

  • fittings,

  • ammunition,

  • construction fittings,

  • machine parts,

  • musical instruments,

  • cups and medals,

  • coins,

  • monuments,

  • bells,

  • padlocks,

  • marine propellers,

  • picture frames and mirrors.

In our company, we deal with the production of brass sheets and brass strips.

Brass is eagerly used due to its undeniable advantages, which include corrosion resistance, ease of forming, ductility, strength and durability (due to the zinc content in the composition – then this type is used to make jewelry). Suitable for casting and cold forming.

Due to its composition, brass is divided into:

  1. Two-component brass – e.g. M95 (CuZn5), M85 (CuZn15), M75 (CuZn25), M70 (CuZn30), M60 (CuZn40).
  2. Lead brass – e.g. MO64 (CuZn34Pb3), MO62 (CuZn36Pb1.5), MO61 (CuZn36Pb3), MO58A (CuZn39Pb2), MO58b (CuZn40Pb2), MO58 (CuZn40Pb2).
  3. Special brass – also divided into:
  • aluminum brass – MA77 (CuZn20Al2), MA59 (CuZn36Al3Ni2),

  • tin brass – MC90 (CuZn10Sn), MC70 (CuZn28Sn), MC62 (CuZn38Sn),

  • manganese brasses – MM59 (CuZn40Mn), MM57 (CuZn40FeMnSnAl), MM56 (CuZn40Mn3Al),

  • high-nickel brass – MZN18 (CuNi18Zn27), MZN15 (CuNi15Zn21), MZN12 (CuNi12Zn24),

  • nickel brass – MN65 (CuZn29Ni6),

  • silicon brass – MK80 (CuZn16Si3).

We also invite you to familiarize yourself with our offer of copper strips and sheets.


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