Aluminium bronze is a type of bronze that aluminium is the main alloying metal added to copper, in contrast to standard bronze (copper and tin) or brass (copper and zinc). Special Bronze alloys with Other alloying agents such as iron, nickel, manganese and silicon are sometimes added to aluminium bronze for different industrial scenarios.
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Tankers and ships rely on aluminum bronze materials to prevent corrosion and resist atmospheric conditions, high temperatures, low temperatures & harsh chemical environments. It is also bio-stable, meaning that it prevents the growth of biological elements on its surface, making it a more favorable choice than other non-copper alloys.
Aluminum bronze bushings are used in many industries because they do not generate sparks under any circumstances. This is why they are so important in the oil and gas, mining and aerospace, and transport industries.
One of the best advantages of this material includes its ability to be welded even after it has been cast. This means that aluminum bronze is a unique metal that can be welded into place safely and efficiently. In many cases, aluminum bronze parts do not even need to be disassembled for fixing.
The alloy also exhibits incredible thermal and electrical conductivity and maintains its ability to withstand metal-to-metal wear.
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C97300 Nickel Silver Bronze
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954 Aluminum Bronze
C95400 Aluminum Bronze is also known as nickel-aluminum bronze because of the Ni content in its composition.
C95400 – The Most Popular Aluminium Bronze Alloy
C954 provides high tensile and yield strength, good ductility, weldability, and machinability, which also has excellent wear resistance, resistance to impact, and fatigue deformation under heavy loads. It is ranked among the strongest and best acid-reducing alloys with good machine and weldability.
C63200 Aluminum Bronze Bushing has high mechanical properties, excellent corrosion resistance in atmosphere, freshwater, and seawater, good castability & wear resistance, heat resistance up to 400°C, heat treatable, and good weldability.
Common Aluminum Bronze Alloys & Typical Applications
C95200 is a highly ductile material with good corrosion resistance. This is ideally suited for bushings, bearings, light-duty gears, wear plates, low-pressure piping, pump columns, and containers.
C95500 is one of the toughest of the non-ferrous alloys. It serves the same industries as C95400 with higher strength, hardness, and corrosion resistance, though it has a slightly lower impact toughness.
As a special Nickel Aluminum Bronze, C95800 is especially suited for marine applications with optimum resistance to seawater corrosion. Those may include propeller system parts, bushings, bearings, piping, including desalination, and other corrosive marine applications.
C95900 provides higher hardness and compressive strength, and is used for wear plates, forming rolls, draw dies, gears, valve guides, seats, and die inserts.
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