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Ningbo Feihong United New-Materials Co,.Ltd. was founded in 1986, which is a high-tech enterprise devoting to researching, manufacturing and selling non-ferrous alloy new material series. Is a modern

China Brass Brazing Rods Manufacturers and Brass Wire Suppliers

.Our company has passed the ISO9001 quality management system and ISO14001 environmental management system certification. Products are widely used in aerospace, high-speed rail, automobiles, ships, electricity, motors, refrigeration, handicrafts, heat exchange more than 30 fields.
Who We Are
  • 30+

    Used in 30+ heavy industry technology sector

  • 31

    31 years of research and development experience

  • 200+

    Over the years accumulated large-scale R & D organization

  • 20+

    Global trade countries and regions more than 20+

Why Choose Us

Our products are widely used

  • Product Diversity

    A wide range of brass rods, the future will continue to introduce new products to market.

  • Quality Control

    Our brass wire will be sold under strict quality control

  • R & D and Testing

    We have a well-trained R & D and quality control team

  • Service

    We have a perfect pre-sale service process here

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Application Areas

Our products are widely used

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  • Copper Alloy Applications - Light Industry (5)


    Medicine In the pharmaceutical industry, all kinds of steaming, boiling, and vacuum devices are made of pure copper. Zinc white copper is widely used in medical devices. Copper alloy is also a common material for glasses frames, etc. www.feihongalloys.com

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Light Industry (4)


    Print In the printing, a copper plate was used for photoengraving. The surface-polished copper plate was sensitized with a photosensitive emulsion and photographed thereon. The photosensitive copper plate needs to be heated to harden the glue. To avoid softening by heat, copper often contains a small amount of silver or arsenic to increase the softening temperature. Then, the p...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Light Industry (3)


    Papermaking In today's society where information is ever-changing, paper consumption is large. The surface of the paper appears to be simple, but the papermaking process is complex and requires many steps to apply many machines, including coolers, evaporators, beaters, paper machines, and the like. Many of these components, such as various heat exchange tubes, rollers, strikers...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Light Industry (2)


    Clock The production of timepieces, timers and devices with clockwork, most of which are made of ""watch brass". The alloy contains 1.5-2% lead and has good processing properties, which is suitable for large-scale production. For example, the gears are cut out from long extruded brass rods that are punched out of strips of corresponding thickness, made of brass or other copper ...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Light Industry(1)


    Air conditioner and freezer The temperature control of air conditioners and freezers is mainly achieved by evaporation and condensation of copper tubes in heat exchangers. The size and heat transfer performance of the heat exchange tubes determine the effectiveness and miniaturization of the entire air conditioner and refrigeration unit to a large extent. The special-shaped cop...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Transportation Industry (4)


    Aircraft The navigation of the aircraft is also inseparable from copper. For example, wiring, hydraulic, cooling and pneumatic systems in aircraft use copper, bearing retainers and landing gear bearings use aluminum bronze pipes, navigation instruments use anti-magnetic steel alloys, and many instruments use broken copper elastic components. www.feihongalloys.com

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Transportation Industry (3)


    Railway The electrification of railways requires a large amount of copper and copper alloys. More than 2 tons of profiled copper wire are required for overhead conductors per kilometer. In order to increase its strength, a small amount of copper (about 1%) or silver (about of%) is often added. In addition, the motors, rectifiers, and control, braking, electrical, and signal sys...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Transportation Industry (2)


    car Automobiles use 10 to 2 I kilograms of copper per car, depending on the type and size of the car. For cars, they account for about 6 to 9% of their own weight. Copper and copper alloys are mainly used in radiators, brake system piping, hydraulics, gears, bearings, brake linings, power distribution and power systems, gaskets, and various fittings, fittings, and trims. Among ...

  • Copper Alloy Applications - Transportation Industry (1)


    Ship Due to good seawater corrosion resistance, many copper alloys such as aluminum bronze, manganese bronze, aluminum brass, gunmetal (tin-zinc bronze), white steel and nickel-copper alloy (monel) have become the standard materials for shipbuilding. Generally, copper and copper alloys account for 2 to 3% of the weight of warships and merchant ships. The propellers of warships ...