Definición de Muntz metal en inglés:
A form of brass consisting of 60 per cent copper and 40 per cent zinc, used for casting and working at high temperatures.
- The addition of lead to Muntz metal helps to attain the good machining properties associated with Naval Brass.
- Analysis of the copper sheathing would determine whether it were Muntz metal and therefore provide another indication of date.
- Twelve Muntz metal optical turnstiles being readied for shipment to one of the largest manufacturing firms in Western Europe.
mid 19th century: named after George F. Muntz (1794–1857), English manufacturer.