Aluminum Bronze C95500 adds up to 5.5% thick composition for enhanced durability, very high resistance to wear and corrosion. Aluminum bronze C95500 is heat treated after work to increase the strength and hardness to high levels (C95500HT). Therefore, it is used as bearings and bearings, gears and abrasive parts. In particular, used in many marine applications as well as machinery parts, machinery parts, mining equipment, aircraft parts and military applications.
How Does Spot Welding Work? Let’s take a look at the spot welding process, starting with the overview of the typical manual spot welder. This is a simple three-step process, but it also has many variables, which I’ll cover below.
Spot welding is commonly used to weld sheet metal. It’s a straightforward process, but there are many ways that things can go wrong if you don’t have spot welding experience. This article will teach you the basics of the spot welding process and how it works, typical applications, suitable materials, and common problems you may encounter.
CAC603 Leaded Bronze (also known as Leaded Tin Bronze) are well known for their unsurpassed wear performance. The material offers reasonable resistance to brine which able for use in pump and valve components. Along with excellent wear resistance, the alloy offers excellent reties and is suitable for use in the manufacture of bushes and bearings which are used under medium á long as suitable lubrication is used. Leaded bronze also benefits from good load carrying capacity and good thermal conductivity applications include connectors for wire and cable, electrical plug type connectors, door knobs, screws, rings for corrosion, rolling mill bearings etc.
Phosphor Bronze PB1 BS1400 is a cast material containing 10-11.5% tin and small amounts of phosphorus. Phosphor Bronze PB1 BS1400 has high mechanical strength and has good conductivity and wear resistance.
CAC702 Aluminum bronzes / ALBC2 / C95400 JIS Aluminum Nickel Copper Alloy are used for their combination of high strength, excellent corrosion and wear resistance with high resistance to oxidation and good strength at elevated temperatures. Aluminum bronze alloys are used in marine hardware, shafts, an pump and valve components for handling seawater, sour mine waters, non-oxidizing acids, and industrial process fluids. Th are also used in applications such as heavy duty sleeve bearings and machine tool ways. Aluminum bronze castings ha exceptional corrosion resistance, high strength, toughness, and wear resistance. Not to mention their good casting and welding characteristics.
CAC406 Phosphor Bronze is called Tin Bronze Alloy or Phosphor Bronze. CAC406 Phosphor Bronze contains main components including Copper - Tin - Zinc - Lead and has superior properties such as average hardness but very high durability, resistance to both chemical and mechanical corrosion. very good fit, especially very easy to machine and mold castings that require wonderfully complex details.