Many people ask us the difference between a pipe, tube, and hollow bar so we’ve made this video to explain the difference. https://youtu.be/qKrj2i4qRDo Overall, the difference is the application and the way they are measured. Pipes are typically used to transfer liquid or gas, and are constructed to withstand high pressure. Pipes are always round.... Continue Reading →
The Copper and Brass customer portal allows current customers to have instant access to quote and order history, shipping paperwork, material certs, and delivery tracking. Our customers have asked us for self-service online and we are our way to deliver this, with our first stop being this customer portal.
Have you been pronouncing 'thyssenkrupp' correctly? Learn how to say it the right way...once you learn, you will never be able to forget it. It's easy! Listen up -- it's thyssenkrupp!
We are always looking for new ways to add value for our customers. With some of our newest water jet machines, we have added more capacity, can cut thicker materials and provide more precise and complex, near-net shapes for our customers. All of this means that they save time, save money and get what they... Continue Reading →
Long-time Copper and Brass employee Max Brown discusses his collection of “Snappy Service” company memorabilia. Snappy, a caricature of a saluting man wearing a Copper and Brass Sales shield, was first used in the 1970's and later as a symbol of Copper and Brass Sales’s fast service. After almost 100 years in business, the company... Continue Reading →