Phosphor Bronze

Phosphor Bronze

 

Phosphorous bronze, or tin bronze, is a type of alloy that contains copper, tin and phosphorous. Tin increases the corrosion resistance and strength of the alloy and phosphorous acts as a deoxidizing agent during the smelting process and increase wear resistance, hardness, fluidity and malleability.

 

Application of Phosphor Bronze:

 

Phosphorous bronze has high-flexibility, high strength and excellent corrosion resistance and widely used in electronic parts, connecting plates of tale-communication equipments, precision devices, durable components and anti-magnetic components in high-precision devices and metres, auto components and electrical components in machines. Phosphorous bronze is one of the most economical and commonly used high-precision copper alloy.

 

 

Typical Uses

 

Springs
Switch Parts
Fuse Clips
Terminals/Connectors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Specifications

 

Chemical composition of Phosphor Bronze

 

Phosphor Bronze - Typical mechanical properties