Phosphor Bronze Copper Alloy is a composite of copper with 3.5 to 10% of tin and a noteworthy phosphorus substance of up to 1%. The phosphorus is included as deoxidizing operators amid dissolving
The phosphor bronze copper alloy UNS C52400 is a mix of copper, tin and phosphorus. The vicinity of tin in the composite adds to the quality and erosion resistance though phosphorus improves the solidness and imperviousness to wear. The phosphor bronze combinations have astounding spring qualities, formability and solderability.
All in all, phosphor bronze copper composite expresses that higher the tin content, the higher the seawater erosion resistance. At the point when appropriately fabricated, these phosphor bronze copper compound have a tendency to consume uniformly alloys.
CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF Phosphor Bronze 90/10
Physical and Mechanical PROPERTIES OF Phosphor Bronze 90/10
Pressure vessels, pump body castings and impellers for chemical plants