BRONZE

Bronze is an alloy of copper and usually tin as the main additive that is much harder and more brittle than brass. The term “bronze” is sometimes used interchangeably for different types of copper alloys, but the most common typically refers to a mix of about 90% copper and 10% tin in its “pure” form. Common additives to bronze include phosphorous to harden bronze and lead to make bronze more cast able. It creates little friction and does not spark, making it ideal for metal on metal contact applications.

Alloys

  • 385
  • 630
  • 932
  • 954

Available in:

  • Bars
  • Plates
  • Tubes