At Wieland Chase, pickled coil or straight extruded rod is transferred to finishing machines. There, the brass rod is cold drawn to the finish size requested, cut to length, straightened, chamfered and bundled to customer specifications.
When conducted under our strict quality guidelines, cold drawing brass rod creates:
- Correct diameter
- Excellent surface condition
- Hardness of material
- Tight tolerances
- Smoother surface finish
Brass rod is cut precisely to length: 10 – 16 ft.
Note that brass rod is typically supplied with standard pointed and chamfered ends. Additionally, various combinations of rod end finishing can be requested to meet the shape requirements that fit your needs.
Why Wieland Chase finishing?
Our production process ensures that we have total oversight of the quality, fit, tolerance, and finish of your product order. And when it comes to the brass finishing process, we offer the experience, knowledge, and capacity to best meet your production requirements.
In 2000, Wieland Chase completed its Project 400 at the mill, which added finish lines that provide production flexibility and additional capacity to meet customer needs. Our brass rod production process and finishing features state-of-the-art machines that not only ensure the highest standards for the metal finishing process, but also save time and money by providing solutions for deburring, edge rounding, polishing, and micro-finishing.
Our engineers work closely with all our product lines and provide consistent quality checks and quality assurance.
Custom requests and production support.
Please contact us to discuss your custom needs such as custom cut lengths, dimensions, and shapes or finishing to meet your exact specifications and tolerances. Additionally, Wieland Chase offers machining services and production support.
In 2000, Wieland Chase completed its Project 400 at the mill which added finish lines which provide production flexibility and additional capacity to meet customer needs.
Wieland Chase is a leading brass manufacturer and supplier for brass alloys in North America. As of July 2019, Wieland Chase became part of the strong global Wieland Group with a continued commitment to safety, quality and customer service. More about the Wieland Group