C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze

C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze is a popular alloy that offers users a variety of advantageous properties such as:

  • Great machining
  • Good hardness
  • Strength and wear resistance
  • Excellent anti-friction qualities
  • Decent resistance to seawater and brine
  • Great at avoiding dezincification

Thanks to these, and many other positives, it is not unusual to find C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze in use in many of today’s important industries and applications including:

  • Bearings (insert, rolling mill, main spindle, machine tool, and forging press toggle lever)
  • Bushings (linkage, diesel engine wrist pin, general purpose, water pump, fuel pump)
  • Pump fixtures
  • Hydraulic presses
  • Automotive fittings
  • Washers

In order to be sold as C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze, an alloy must contain a certain chemical composition:

  • Cu 81-85%
  • Sn 6.30-7.50%
  • Pb 6-8%
  • Zn 2-4%
  • Ni 1%
  • P 1.5%
  • Fe 0.20%
  • S 0.08%
  • Al 0.005%
  • Si 0.005%

When it comes to fabrication, soldering and brazing are acceptable, but most popular forms of welding are not recommended. C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze alloy meets a number of critical specifications including those from ASTM (B584), SAE (660), CDA, MIL-B, and many more. To discover why Continental Steel should be your supplier of C93200 Leaded Tin Bronze, please contact us directly today.

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