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|Aluminum-Nickel-Bronze C630 Rod||AMS 4640|
|Phosphor Bronze 510 Round Bar||ASTM B-139|
Bronze is an alloy made from copper and tin, with other metals like zinc, lead, and nickel being added in small amounts. The properties of bronze depend on the exact composition of the alloy, with the proportion of copper to tin varying widely. Bronze is known for its strength and durability, making it a popular choice for a variety of applications, including tools. It is also resistant to corrosion, making it ideal for outdoor use. Bronze is a relatively soft metal that can be easily shaped and formed into various designs. It has good thermal conductivity, making it useful in heat transfer applications. Bronze is also used in marine applications, electrical connectors, architectural accents, heat exchangers, and aerospace.
Aluminum Nickel Bronze, also known an AMS 4640 and C630, is a type of copper alloy that contains aluminum, nickel and bronze. It has high strength and corrosion resistance, making it suitable for use in aerospace and marine applications. It can also be used for other industrial applications that require high strength and corrosion resistance, such as valves and pumps.
Phosphor Bronze 510 is a copper-tin-phosphorus alloy that is commonly used in electrical and electronic components. It is known for its excellent corrosion resistance, high electrical conductivity, and low contact resistance. It is often used to make contacts, terminals, and connectors, as well as springs and contact tips.