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Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw is an alloy primarily composed of copper (90-93%) and aluminum (5-7%) with smaller amounts of iron, nickel, manganese, and silicon. The addition of aluminum in the bronze alloy enhances its strength and corrosion resistance properties, making it suitable for use in harsh environments and high-stress applications. The presence of iron, nickel, manganese, and silicon provides the material with additional strength, corrosion resistance, and improved formability.

C62300 Aluminium Bronze Screw is widely used in various industrial applications due to its unique properties. It has high strength, good corrosion resistance, excellent wear resistance, good machinability, and good electrical and thermal conductivity. This material is commonly used in marine applications, such as shipbuilding and offshore oil rigs, as it is highly resistant to seawater corrosion. It is also widely used in applications where high levels of wear resistance are required, such as in valve components, pump parts, and gears. Additionally, Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw is well suited for high-stress applications, such as those in the aerospace and heavy machinery industries, due to its high strength and toughness. These properties, combined with its good formability, make Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw a versatile material for various industrial applications.

FAQ's for Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw

Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screws can typically operate in temperatures ranging from -40°C to +450°C.

Yes, Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw is highly resistant to corrosion in saltwater environments, making it a suitable choice for marine applications.

No, Aluminium Bronze C62300 Screw is non-magnetic due to the high copper content in the alloy.

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