Non-ferrous metal


Brass has been known since the third millennium B.C. from Assyria and Babylonia. Where electrical conductivity and mechanical stability are needed at the same time brass is technically significant. Antennas or waveguides for example are often made of brass. Because of its good chemical corrosion properties it is often used for bathroom fittings in sanitary installation. In addition, it is a good bearing material because of its emergency running properties.

2.0380 (MS58) CuZn39Pb2
2.0360 (MS60) CuZn40
2.0321 (MS63) CuZn37


Copper, gold and tin were the first metals mankind got to know. Copper is used for coins, electric cables, jewelry, cutlery, fittings, boilers, precision parts, art objects, musical instruments, pipelines etc. For electrical cables, conductors and components as well as heat sinks it is commonly used because of its very good electrical and thermal conductivity properties.

2.0040 OF-Cu
2.0065 E-Cu58
2.0090 CuZn37

Nickel silver

2.0740 CuNi18Zn20


Aluminium has a low density which is why it is used in areas where mass must be moved like in the packaging or aerospace industry and it also becomes more important in vehicle construction.

3.3315 AlMg1
3.3535 AlMg3
3.2315 AlMgSi1
3.3206 AlMgSi1

Please note:

The following materials are always available: steel sheets, stainless steels and non-ferrous metal, like brass, copper, nickel silver (white silver) and aluminium.