Copper and zinc make up the majority of a brass tube's composition. Depending on the proportion of zinc, brass can range in color from dark reddish brown to pale silvery. These tubes may be molded into a variety of forms and sizes and are a strong conductors of heat. They offer exceptional corrosion resistance to seawater and are incredibly adaptable. Despite being easier to construct and shape, our brass tubes are not as robust as stainless steel. Due to their outstanding conductivity and ability to endure high temperatures, these components. The effectiveness of the system in which they are employed is significantly increased.