High-precision tin-phosphor bronze strip is an economical material


Brass is a copper alloy containing copper and zinc and […]

Brass is a copper alloy containing copper and zinc and is the most widely used high-precision copper alloy. Brass has excellent mechanical properties, physical properties, high electrical and thermal conductivity, and corrosion resistance. High-precision brass strips are widely used in connectors and accessories for electronics, telecommunications equipment and household appliances, interior decoration, clothing decoration parts, car water tanks, and batteries.

High-precision tin-phosphorus bronze (or tin bronze) is an alloy containing copper, tin, and phosphorus. The addition of tin increases the corrosion resistance and strength of the alloy; phosphorus acts as an oxygen scavenger during smelting and can increase abrasion resistance, hardness, fluidity and processability. High-precision tin-phosphor bronze strip with good elasticity, high strength and corrosion resistance, mainly used for electronic components, connectors for telecommunication equipment, wear-resistant parts for precision instruments and instruments, and anti-magnetic parts, automotive parts and machinery Electrical components, etc. High-precision tin-phosphor bronze strip is an economical and most commonly used high-precision elastic copper alloy material.

High-precision beryllium bronze strip is a kind of wrought and castable alloy. It is a copper-based alloy with aging precipitation strengthening. It has high strength, hardness and elastic limit after quenching and aging treatment, and has good stability, corrosion resistance and wear resistance. It has a series of advantages such as fatigue resistance, low temperature resistance, non-magnetic property, good electrical and thermal conductivity, and no spark when impact. Beryllium copper is basically divided into high-strength and high-elastic beryllium copper alloy (containing 1.6%-2.1%) and high-conducting copper-bismuth alloy (containing 0.2%-0.7%).