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Made-To-Order Special Alloy Bronze Sleeve Bushing

Brass Sleeve Bushing

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Brass sleeve bushings are mostly processed by centrifugal casting process, good wear resistance, the appearance looks brighter, higher hardness, corrosion resistance, and pressure resistance are relatively strong, is the majority of mining machinery equipment accessories.

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TIN BRONZE BUSHING

Tin Bronzes

Tin bronze provides good wear resistance, high load-carrying capacity, and corrosion resistance. Tin ensure also has high durability and tensile strength.
Applications: Highly loaded and corrosion-prone machine parts and friction parts of machines operating at high pressures and speeds

AlloyOtherTensileYieldElongationBrinell @ 500kg
C90300Navy G Bronze
44,000
22,000
18
70
C90500SAE62 Bronze
44,000
22,000
10
75
C90700SAE65 Bronze
40,000
25,000
10
80
C91100
35,000
25,000
2
125 @3000kg
C91700
35,000
17,000
10
65
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Leaded Bronzes

Leaded bronzes provide excellent resistance to corrosion and abrasion. Good machinability and long service life.

Applications: Machine parts – bushings and bearings operating under static loads and normal temperature.

AlloyOtherTensileYieldElongationBrinell @ 500 KG
C93200SAE 660
35,000
20,000
10
65
C93600Modified 64
32,000
16,000
15,000
60
C93700SAE 64
35,000
20,000
6
60
Aluminum BRONZE BUSHING

Aluminum Bronzes

Aluminium bronze provide a combination of high strength and hardness with wear and corrosion resistance.
Applications :Heavily loaded machine parts, engines and apparatus exposed to corrosion and abrasion with simultaneous mechanical stress in the shipbuilding industry, additionally resistant to corrosion by sea water.

AlloyOtherTensileYieldElongationBrinell
C954009C
85,000
32,000
12
170
C955009D
95,000
42,000
10
195
C95900
90,000
52,000
0.5
289
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Brass Alloys

Brass – are widely used in technology and, after light alloys, they are the most common alloys of the non-ferrous metal group.

They are introduced to improve the mechanical and anti-corrosion properties.

Physical Properties 360 Brass Bushing
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Density0.307 lb/in30.307 lb/in3
Ultimate Tensile Strength52 ksi49.3 ksi
Yield Tensile Strength21 ksi18.1 ksi
Shear Strength32 ksi29.7 ksi
Shear Modulus5,370 ksi5,370 ksi
Hardness Rockwell | BrinellB78 | 141F68 | 61
Elongation at Break Percentage53%50%
Modulus of Elasticity14,100 ksi14,100 ksi
Poisson’s Ratio0.310.31
Machinability Percentage100%110%
Melting Point1,630-1,650 °F1,630-1,650 °F
Specific Heat9.08 x 10^-2 BTU/lb-°F9.08 x 10^-2 BTU/lb-°F
Thermal Conductivity798 BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F798 BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F
Electrical Conductivity26% IACS26% IACS
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Bronze Standards

We offer the highest quality tin, lead, aluminum bronzes, and high tensile brasses with maximum performance in the most demanding sectors.

AlloyOtherTensileYieldElongationBrinell
C86200SAE 430A
90,000
45,000
18
180
C86300SAE 430B
110,000
62,000
14
225
C86500SAE 43
70,000
25,000
25
130
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Special Bronzes

We offer a range of bronzes especially suitable for applications such as molds for glass or embossing, marine tube accessories, or valve and terminal components.

Bronze Bearing and Bushing Catalog

Brass Bushing Used In Everywhere

Brass Bushing Used In Propeller Shaft Bushings

The propeller shaft of a boat goes through the hull and attaches to the propeller. Brass sleeve bushings are often used for propeller shafts. Because brass bushings do not rust, they are an ideal metal for use in the marine environment. Some marine bushings are made of two parts. They have a housing made of steel, and an inner bushing made of brass pressed onto the shaft. The reason for this is that steel is stronger than brass, and the steel housing can withstand pressure. The inner shell made of brass will bear the rotation of the shaft. These bushings are called brass-backed composite bearings.

Water Pump Brass Sleeve Bushing

There is a water pump in a water-cooled car engine, and there is a brass bushing in the main shaft of the pump. It is because the brass bushing has anti-rust properties and also has anti-friction properties when it is in contact with steel. A rubber seal is placed on the inner part of the sleeve to prevent water leakage. This seal allows a trace amount of fluid to penetrate to lubricate the bushing. Manufacturers never recommend using only straight water. Instead, they recommend using fluids such as antifreeze, which have built-in lubricants to help combat friction between the bushing and the pump shaft.

Electric Motors – Brass Parts

Many electric motors use brass bushings on both sides of the armature (rotating part) to support the motor shaft. There are many reasons for using brass sleeve bushings. First, it is cheap and plentiful. Second, it has anti-friction properties, so only a small amount of grease is needed. Third, it is easy to manufacture with common machine tools.

Slide Brass Bearings

Many times, a machine shaft does not rotate, but rather slides in and out of an assembly. Desktop printers use this motion in carrying the print head back and forth on the paper. If you have a printer, look at the sliding carriage that carries the ink cartridge. The carriage is mounted on polished steel shafts. Many times, the carriage slide bushings are made out of brass.

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BRASS SLEEVE BUSHING

Brass Sleeve Bushing Design

Brass is a very useful alloy. Made out of melted copper and zinc, it becomes harder than any of the base metals, and it holds its shape well while remaining workable. When it comes in contact with steel machine shafts, it will not bind to steel because it is a dissimilar metal. Because of these attributes, brass bushing makes an ideal part for bearings.

The more common types of brass sleeve bushing are:

Flanged brass sleeve bushing: designed for axial and side loads.
Cylindrical bearing: for radial loads, and for higher side loads, a combination of both a thrust washer and a cylindrical bearing is often used.
Sleeve bearings are commonly made from bronze, steel, or stainless steel, while brass and plastic sleeve bearings are also manufactured for specific applications.

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In instances where constant lubrication is paramount, bronze sleeve bearings are the go-to product, these will sometimes utilize lubricant plugs (PTFE or graphite) to assist with any lubrication problems.

BRASS SLEEVE BUSHING

What Is Brass Bushing?

Brass is a metal alloy primarily composed of copper and zinc. However, other metals—such as iron, aluminum, silicon, and manganese—are also mixed in to produce different properties and color variations. For instance, a high zinc content leads to increased strength and ductility, while the inclusion of manganese results in enhanced corrosion resistance.

Using brass bushings, you will find they last long enough. Most brass bushings are made from 360 brass, with a Rockwell hardness of B78.

Some of the common types of brass sleeve bushing available include:

Red brass(C23000 brass)
Yellow brass
330 brass
360 brass
464 brass

Properties of Brass

Compared to bronze, brass is more malleable, making it ideal for applications that require a high level of formability. On the other hand, it also demonstrates a significantly lower melting point (900 degrees Celsius).

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BRASS SLEEVE BUSHING

The Differences Between Bronze and Brass Bushing

The differences in material compositions between bronze and brass bushing result in varying characteristics that make them suitable for different use cases. For instance, bronze’s higher level of resistance to saltwater corrosion makes it a better choice for ship components than brass, while brass’s exceptional workability and machinability make it more suitable for tubing and pole applications.

BronzeBrass
Harder, more brittleGreater malleability
Melting point of 950 degrees CelsiusMelting point of 900 degrees Celsius
Excellent corrosion resistance (incl. saltwater)Good corrosion resistance
Suitable for some decorative applications
(e.g., sculptures, musical instruments, etc.)
More suited for decorative applications
(due to gold color)