We are a world-class supplier of engineering raw materials. Our objective is to provide all our customers, from the small machine shop to the large multi-national corporation, a supply path that continuously delivers the highest levels of service, quality and value.
A brass angle is a versatile and popular extruded product available for use in a broad range of engineering applications. Use of the product in decorative or ornamental environments is typical due to the alloys aesthetically pleasing finish. Shop fittings, brackets and hinges, window trims and architectural fascia's are examples of brass angle applications. Machinability of the material is good, while fabrication by hot working is excellent.
Historically, brass angles (or 'L' brackets as they are sometimes known) were used in water fittings due to the alloys high corrosion resistance. Usually supplied unpolished, brass angles can be bright or brushed polished to produce a desirable finish.
We offer a comprehensive cutting service, either at our Central Operation warehouse in Biggleswade or on-site at one of our UK's local service centres. If you are looking to purchase brass angles in cut lengths, we are a one-stop-shop for all your engineering raw material supply requirements regardless of your physical location. With a rapid turnaround and product quality to match, our range of brass angle stock is available to you where and when you need it and is available in small batches or bulk volume.
We stock Brass Angles in a variety of grades.
Our knowledgeable staff and resident metallurgists will be pleased to assist you further on any technical topic. Smiths Metal Centres Limited also boasts an in-house UKAS Accredited Testing Laboratory which is unique within the multi-metal and plastic stockholding sector. We believe this underlines our total commitment to quality and our ethos of being the complete service provider.
We offer in-house processing options - for more information, please refer to our processing services.
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