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Continuous cast bronze alloys offered by Dura-Bar Metal Services. #

Continuous Cast Bronze

The continuous cast process begins with molten bronze being poured through a carbon graphite die. The die is surrounded by a cooling jacket, through which water flows to chill and solidify the cast tube, bar or shape. As the bronze exits the die by gravity, the casting solidifies and is pulled out slowly by rolls or pinch rolls. The rapid cooling process reduces the grain size and as the casting exits from the lower section of the bar machine, a homogeneous micro-structure is obtained. With the continuous cast method, a minimum stock allowance can be controlled, reducing the amount of machining necessary to produce a finished part.

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Aluminum Bronze C95400

C95400 Aluminum Bronze (9C) viewshow

The most common cast aluminum bronze, C95400 is used in many heavy duty, high load and high wear applications. Good tensile strength, ductility, weldability and resistance to fatigue. Typical applications include worm gears, bushings, pump parts and bearings.

C95900

C95900 Aluminum Bronze viewshow

C95900 Aluminum Bronze has good strength and corrosion resistance. Typical uses include gears, worm drives, valve guides and seats.

Bismuth Tin Bronze C89835

C89835 Bismuth Tin Bronze viewshow

C89835 is a lead free replacement for C93200 material.

Eco Brass C87850

C87850 Eco Brass viewshow

C87850 Eco Brass® is used to produce a wide variety of parts including faucets, valves, shafts, screws, and bearings. The alloy is available from Dura-Bar Metal Services in solids, tubes and rectangles.

High Tin Bronze C90300

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C90300 High Tin Bronze is a hard, strong alloy with good wear and corrosion resistance. Can be used for soldering and brazing. Typical applications include valves, gears, marine fittings, pump components, bearings and bushings.

Leaded Tin Bronze C93200

C93200 Bearing Bronze (SAE 660) viewshow

C93200 Bearing Bronze is considered the "standard" bearing material for light duty. The alloy offers a unique combination of easy machining with good strength, hardness and wear resistance. Typical applications include bearings, washers, bushings and automotive fittings.

Manganese Bronze C67300

C67300 Manganese Bronze viewshow

C67300 Silicon Maganese bronze typically has good bearing qualities. This makes it high impact resistant with excellent machinability.
C86300

C86300 Manganese Bronze (SAE 430B) viewshow

C86300 Manganese Bronze is a tough, corrosion resistant alloy with outstanding wear characteristics. Ideal for high load, low speed applications including gears, bushings, cams and hydraulic cylinder parts.

Nickel-Aluminum Bronze C95500

C95500 Nickel Aluminum Bronze viewshow

One of the toughest non-ferrous alloys known. Characterized as a high tensile, nickel bearing aluminum bronze, with exceptional yield, compressive strength, high hardness, and fairly high elongation. Exhibits good shock and high stress qualities. Excellent bearing material suitable for heavy duty, high shock, and high impact applications. Has good resistance to sea water corrosion, heat resistance, good machinability, and weldability. Can be heat treated.

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