March 3, 2017

Phosphor Bronze

What Is Phosphor Bronze?

Phosphor bronze is a copper alloy. It consists of a mix of copper, tin, and phosphorus, hence its name. This material is usually used to make springs and bolts, as well as similar items. For the most part, this material is used in the marine industry, because it is very anti-corrosive. Plus, this alloy is used to make musical instruments, as well as dental bridges. As you can see, it has many uses!

Phosphor Bronze Characteristics

• Excellent elasticity

• High strength

• Outstanding malleability for bending and drawing

• High electrical conductivity

• No seasonal cracking or age hardening

• Non-magnetic

• Easy plating

• High resistance to chemical corrosion

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