Chase Brass and Copper Company, LLC

14212 Selwyn Drive
Montpelier, OH 43543-0152 US


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PMPA Member Chase Brass Focuses on Common Interests and Big Picture Strategies
Tom Christie explains that U.S. manufacturing growth is one of the most critical requirements for a sustained economic recovery, and PMPA is well suited to support these types of efforts moving forward.

Chase Dynamic Eco Brass

Lead-Free Super Alloy Eco Brass
Chase Brass and Copper Co. offers Dynamic Eco Brass, which is a lead free alternative to machineable, forgeable, economically castable rod, designed with excellent brazing and soldering capabilities.

PMPA Technical Member Profile: Chase Brass & Copper Co.
Chase Brass & Copper Company traces its origins to a business established in 1837 in Waterbury, Connecticut.

Shop Floor Cheat Sheet

Adjusting to Unleaded
 A move is afoot to get lead out of plumbing pipes and fixtures that carry potable water. It's the law in California and could be to your state.

Lead-Free Brass Alloy
State and national laws are being changed to restrict lead content in plumbing fittings that come in contact with drinking water. The lead-free brass alloy, C693 Eco Brass, is designed to provide a solution to these changing requirements. This material has machinability higher than 80 percent of C36000 and forgeability rated at 95 percent of C37700.

Chase Brass and Copper Company

Member Profile: Chase Brass&Copper Company
Chase Brass & Copper Company’s commitment to its customers is evident based on its long history dating back to 1837, when it was originally called Hitchcock Button Manufacturing Company. Chase Brass, with manufacturing in Montpelier, Ohio, is now a subsidiary of Olin Corp. (NYSE: OLN) and continues to focus on future customer needs.

Product Categories of Chase Brass and Copper Company, LLC

Brass & Copper Alloys

Trade Names

Blue Dot Rod
Engineered Products
Lead Free Brass