C959 Aluminum Bronze is a harder alternative to C954. This material is also referred to as Aluminum Bronze 21 or Wear rite 413. This material is considerably harder than C954. CA 959 Aluminum Bronze is used in applications requiring excellent wear properties because of increased hardness. This alloy is used in forming, bending, and drawing uses, especially when working stainless steel. It is also used extensively as wear strips in stamping presses, as well as in forming rolls, draw dies, die inserts and rings. It is used as high strength bushings and machine parts not subject to impact or shock. C95900 Aluminum Bronze is a special aluminum bronze alloy as it contains more than 10% aluminum in the alloy. With between 12 – 13.5% aluminum content C95900 provides a very high strength product with hardness around 286 BHN or Rockwell 29C.
Cu - 86.00% - 89.00%
Fe - 3.00% - 5.00%
Ni - 0.50%
Al - 12.00% - 13.50%
Cast bronze alloys are listed chronologically by their nominal dimensions. Any continuously cast bronze tube is guaranteed “to finish to” its nominal size. To accomplish this, “clean-up” material is added to both the ID (inside diameter) and OD (outside diameter).Read More
When speaking of cast bronze products, there are numerous methods of casting currently in use. These are sand casting, centrifugal casting, and continuous casting. This post will look at continuous casting and outline the benefits of this process.
The superior qualities of continuous casting are achieved by feeding molten metal through a furnace to an inert cast protectedRead More
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