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Phosphorous Bronze C50900 fasteners are renowned for their strength, corrosion resistance, and ability to conduct electrical current. The chemical composition of Phosphorous Bronze C50900 fasteners is mainly comprised of copper alloyed with tin and phosphorus, creating a strong and durable product. This combination creates excellent strength, resists seizing better than other bronze alloys and offers improved solderability compared to other materials. With its resistance to chemicals, salt water and other corrosive elements, it is often used in water vessels, valves, and general-purpose applications. Its high electrical conductivity is also ideal for switchgear components and medical instruments. Ultimately, this unique combination of features makes the Phosphorous Bronze C50900 fastener the perfect choice for many applications requiring unique qualities and high performance.

Phosphorous bronze C50900 fasteners are one of the most valuable and versatile products available today. Their properties make them suited for various applications, such as forming class 2a thread joints in medium-strength steel parts. When exposed to saltwater atmospheres or extreme temperatures, they remain stable and are highly durable. In addition, they have relatively low electrical conductivity, excellent wear resistance, and good corrosion resistance with alkaline solutions, which is especially beneficial in industries like medical equipment manufacturing or automotive engineering. These properties make C50900 phosphorous bronze fasteners one of the ideal choices for any sector requiring high-grade fastening materials.

FAQ's for Phosphorous Bronze C50900 Fasteners

Phosphorous Bronze C50900 Fasteners Starts At Rs 11/Piece To Rs 15/Piece

The HSN code for Phosphorous Bronze C50900 Fasteners is 73079910.

Welding Phosphorous Bronze C50900 Fasteners requires special care as the alloy is heat and oxidation sensitive. For best results, ensure the surfaces to be joined are free from dirt and foreign material. Use an appropriate gas for welding, e.g. argon for TIG and MIG welding, and use a filler wire that has a chemical composition similar to that of the base material.Follow this up by preheating the joint area to around 400°C before welding, allowing it to cool down slowly once done. This helps avoid cracking or splitting during cooling or after mechanical stress is applied.

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