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Aluminium Bronze

Containing aluminium from 8 to14% and often with varying amounts of other elements such as nickel, iron, manganese and silicon, the aluminium bronzes provide a range of strong, tough alloys.

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Nickel Aluminium Bronze

Containing aluminium from 8 to14% and often with varying amounts of other elements such as nickel, iron, manganese and silicon, the aluminium bronzes provide a range of strong, tough alloys.

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Die Cast Brass

An important use is for bathroom and plumbing fittings. Conventional polishing procedures can produce a good surface finish ready for lacquering or electroplating.

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High Tensile Brass

High tensile brasses are more highly alloyed with the addition of manganese, iron and aluminium which enhances mechanical properties such as strength, hardness and resistance to wear, impact and abrasion.

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Sand Cast Brass

Sand cast brasses are relatively simple to cast and have a wide range of uses for small to medium sized castings at comparatively low cost.

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Gunmetals

These copper, zinc, tin, lead alloys have good sand casting characteristics, fluidity, machinability, strength and excellent resistance to most forms of corrosion.
Used extensively for water fittings.

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Tin Bronze

Binary alloys of copper and tin with a tin content typically in the range 10-12% and fairly low impurity limits have intrinsically high corrosion resistance.

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Phosphor Bronze

The addition of phosphorus, usually in the range 0.4 – 1.0%, to tin bronze provides an increase in hardness and strength but usually at the expense of some ductility.

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Silicon Bronze

Typically containing around 4% silicon and up to 1% each of manganese and iron the attributes exhibited by these alloys include: excellent melt fluidity and clean pouring with minimal smoke.

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Lead Bronze

These copper, tin, lead alloys are essentially bearing alloys for bearing applications requiring only moderate loads and speeds compared to those that would require phosphor bronze.

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Copper Aluminium

In the form of broken ingot is used for alloying aluminium into copper alloys.

Copper Chrome

In the form of 90/10 plate, the main use is to make possible the precipitation hardening of copper.

Copper Iron

In the form of 90/10, 80/20 and 70/30 plate, it facilitates the alloying of iron into various copper alloys in order to change characteristics.

Copper Manganese

In the form of 70/30 and 50/50 ingot, it is used in a number of applications including the improvement of mechanical properties and corrosion resistance.

Copper Nickel

In the form of 70/30 plate, the main applications are adding nickel to aluminium bronzes and precipitation hardening of low alloyed copper.

Copper Silicon

In the form of 90/10 and 85/15 broken pieces, it improves fluidity and castability in some copper alloys. It can also facilitate the precipitation hardening of low alloy copper.

Copper Cobalt

In the form of 90/10 plate, it is used for alloying cobalt into aluminium bronze which helps to improve corrosion resistance and, in the high aluminium variants of the alloy, toughness.

Copper Zirconium

In the form of 50/50 broken pieces, its main uses are in grain refining diecasting brass and precipitation hardening of alloyed copper.

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