Brass tubing is widely used in hotels, pubs, offices, restaurants, showrooms, and homes the world over. Of course, there are plenty reasons why it is widely utilized, but the main one is its attractive gold-like appearance, and the fact that it comes at a lower price tag than gold.
What Is Brass Tubing?
Essentially, brass tubing is created by combining zinc and copper alloys—it is not a pure metal as many people believe. The tubing comes in a wide range of sizes, shapes, thickness, and finishes, including square tubing, solid round, round spiral, flat U channel, round reeded, and radius channel styles. They are also available in customized tube shapes such as hexagonal, D shaped, elliptical, and fluted styles.
In most cases, you will find brass tubing being used in foot rails, stair rails, and other handrails. It is also common in a wide range of musical instruments including the trumpet, the saxophone, and the tuba. It also used in the manufacture of furniture, home furnishings, fixtures, and a wide range of architectural and industrial components.
Choosing Brass Tubing
When choosing brass tubing for your project, there are certain factors that you should keep in mind before placing your order. These include but not limited to: desired shape and finish, the size and dimensions of the tubing, and type and quality of brass that you need for your project. In this way, you can be certain that you will be getting the right tubing that suits your needs.