Brass Seamless And Welded Pipes Manufacturer| Brass Seamless And Welded Pipes Supplier| Brass Seamless And Welded Pipes Exporters.

We, Jaydeep Impex are largest exporters of BRASS PIPE. We buy BRASS PIPE from JAPAN, USA, EUROPE and supply to Middle East, Europe, South America with Third Party Inspected from Lloyds, SGS, Bureau Veritas & TUV. Our BRASS PIPE dimensions and material grades are according to ASTM, ANSI/ASME, MSS-SP, DIN, BS, EN and EEMUA standards and are provided with material test certificates according to EN10204-3.1. We Exports BRASS PIPE in U.A.E, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Germany, France, Belgium, United Kingdom, Berlin, Qatar, Netherlands, China, Japan, Korea, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Jebel ali. Brass Pipe for Architectural & General Engineering, Brass Pipe for Automobiles Industry, Brass Pipe for Breweries & Distilleries Industry, Brass Pipe for Cement Industry, Brass Pipe for Chemicals Industry, Brass Pipe for Dairy & Food Processing Industry, Brass Pipe for Fertilizers Industry, Brass Pipe for Heat Exchangers Industry, Brass Pipe for Oil Companies, Brass Pipe for Petrochemicals & Refineries, Brass Pipe for Power & Nuclear Energy / Brass Pipe for Atomic Energy, Brass Pipe for Railway Industry, Brass Pipe for Ship Building Industry, Brass Pipe for Solvent & Pulp Industry, Brass Pipe for Submersible Pumps Industry, Brass Pipe for Sugar Industry, Brass Pipe for Textile Machinery & Processing Houses etc.. Being a substitutional alloy of copper and zinc, the proportions of both elements could be made to vary, depending on the requirements of the applications. It is possible to interchange the proportion of both zinc and copper in the alloy by brass tube manufacturers in India because the microstructure of the alloy is the same. In comparison to pure copper, brass pipe manufacturer in India, recommend using this alloy because it is stronger. It is also easier to either cast or to work with Admiralty Brass Tube, as opposed to bronze alloy because the alloy is much more malleable than the former. It is also preferred over bronze, as both the Brass Pipe and Tube would cost lesser and would be an effective solution for applications that require higher hardness and toughness. Another reason, why the preference for brass is common amongst brass pipe suppliers, is that they have an aesthetic appeal due to their gold color appearance. It is not uncommon to see the use of brass hose pipe connectors in conditions in which it is important that sparks not be struck. For instance, applications involving the use of explosives or even highly flammable compounds specifically call for the use of Brass Seamless Pipe. Since brass, like copper, forms a greenish protective layer on its surface, the resultant Brass Round Tube may be referred to as an antique alloy.  The alloy has the ability to exhibit low friction & the corrosion resistance properties of the brass square pipe make it suited to several casings, valves, ammunitions, etc.
Brass Pipes Specification
Brass Pipes Material Specification EN10216-5, ASTM A 312/A790/, ASME SA 312/ SA790
Brass Pipes WT 0.1millimeter to 60 millimeter
Brass Pipes Size standard Schedule 40s, 10s, 160s, 80s, ½”- 6” Nominal Bore
Brass Pipes Surface Finish Bright, Cold Finish, Pickling, Annealing, Polished or as per need
Brass Pipes Length Available
  • 10 to 12 meter Double Random Length
  • 5 -7 meter Single Random Length
Brass Pipes Technology to Manufacture Cold Formed/ Hot
Brass Pipes tube various types Welded, Seamless, EFW, ERW
tube available Shapes Square, Round, Box Section, Rectangle
Brass Pipes tube Standard ASTM AMS, EN, AISI, JIS, GOST, GB, ASME, ASTM, DIN
Brass Pipes Method Hot Rolled/ Cold Rolled

MIDDLE EAST : Saudi Arabia, Iran, Ira, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Turkey, Yemen, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus

AFRICA : Nigeria, Algeria, Angola, South Africa, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea, the Republic Of Congo, Gabon

NORTH AMERICA : US, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, Puerto Rica, Trinidad And Tobago, Jamaica, Bahamas, Denmark

EUROPE : Russia, Norway, Germany, France, Italy, UK, Spain, Ukraine, Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, Czech Republic, Portugal, Hungary Albania, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia Finland, Ireland Croatia, Slovenia, Malta

ASIA : Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Taiwan, Cambodia

SOUTH AMERICA : Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Uruguay



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