Brass bars for machining
and forging
Flexibility
Precision
Innovation

We have been producing brass bars since 1946.
And we are part of a holding company specialised in the production of semi-finished products in non-ferrous alloys.
But it is not the where, nor the who, that best describes us.
What distinguishes Almag is the how.

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The qualities that make us reliable
and unique.
Solid brass bars
for machining

Profiles suitable for different types of machining, with high standards of straightness and surface quality.

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Hollow brass bars for
machining

Standard and custom-made semi-finished products, of different thicknesses and shapes both external (round, hexagonal, knurled, toothed, square, octagonal) and internal (bosses, star holes, hexagonal and other holes).

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Brass bars for forging

Bars for hot plastic deformation with characteristics that maximize the forged component properties.

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One of the sector’s widest ranges of alloys

Dozens of different alloys with a single objective: the perfect solution.

Standard alloys
Low lead alloys
Dezinfication resistant alloys
Special alloys
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LAST STOCK PRICES

BRASS BAR: 4850 €/t
COPPER: 5155.56 €/t
ZINC: 2214.06 €/t
CHANGE: 1.1025 EUR/USD


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BRASS WITHOUT LEAD
15 February 2019

The regulatory framework for the use of lead in industry is undergoing substantial changes.
• REACH has recently included the lead in the SVHC (Substance of Very High Concern) list.
• The European Union is about to publish the revision of the DWD (Drinking Water Directive) which...

BRASS WITHOUT LEAD
15 February 2019
The regulatory framework for the use of lead in industry is undergoing substantial changes.
• REACH has recently included the lead in the SVHC (Substance of Very High Concern) list.
• The European Union is about to publish the revision of the DWD (Drinking Water Directive) which will lead to a further reduction of lead content in the water intended for human consumption.
• The revision of the RoHS directive in 2021 could also lead to a significant reduction in the lead content in brass alloys.
Today the use of the usual alloys is absolutely allowed.
However, in order to anticipate possible market demands, ALMAG has already taken steps to create lead-free variants (<0.1%) of the alloys:
• CW509L
• CW510L
• CW511L
The same are available for both hot forging and mechanical processing.
The refinement of the alloy and particular arrangements in the composition allow however to maintain good parameters of workability and cutting.
The technical data sheets can be downloaded from the website www.almag.it.
For further details you can contact us at the usual email address.
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Actual basis price for Brass Rods CW614N/CW617N calculated on LME quotation of previous day. Copper and zinc data referring to the Official Cash LME Closure of the previous day. Official BCE €vs$ exchange rate of the previous day.