To ensure the brass purchased is of high quality, we use high end spectrograph to verify the composition and deliver detailed testing report on each batch of brass.
Such chemical components being tested include:
We begin every brass fittings process by cutting brass rods that have been cold drawn and cut into slugs within the requested sizes. Utilizing different measuring tools, we make sure the length and diameter of the rods match our established standards.
Various tests are conducted before proceeding to the next step to guarantee the accuracy of brass rod dimensions is within our standards.
After cutting the brass rods, the metal slugs are heated with careful control to make them malleable.
By raising their temperature to the forging temperature, the pieces are then forged into the proper form, giving the pieces better material strength and closer tolerances of a quality plumbing part.
Once we achieve the final shape, we process the edges through the use of powerful milling machines in a way that makes our pipes cleaner and fit for connecting to piping systems.
During this phase, we also add the screw thread, an essential piece in securing the fittings with the pipes and valves.
Going through several hard or soft polishing wheels on our polishing machinery, excess material and rust are removed from the metal’s surface. This step slowly achieves the ideal polished surface with each pass, giving them a clean and smooth finish with increasing grits.
Brass parts will come out cleaner as the mechanical polishing process accurately produces a nice, shiny surface that does not easily stain.
Reliable CNC machines are employed to create parts with tight tolerances. Our CNC machining processes makes little to no mistake in transforming brass parts into durable tubes.
With its high accuracy and repeatability, we can provide durable, cost-effective, and tight-sealing fittings with different uses.
When all pieces are available, we complete the process by assembling the parts per your preferred combination. Our expert team handles the entire assembly process by hand, carefully inspecting each unit built for quality control and ensuring they’re ready for use.