Nickel Alloys & Super Alloys
NICKEL ALUMINUM BRONZE
Nickel-aluminum bronzes contain 5% to 11% aluminum as well as additions of iron and nickel for strength. Increasing the aluminum content results in higher strength. These alloys are used for bushings, bearings, wear plates and hydraulic valve components. Specifically, nickel improves corrosion resistance, while iron acts as a grain refiner and increases tensile strength. Industries such as Aerospace, industrial and marine all find applications for Nickel Aluminum Bronze. Available in rod, tube and plate forms.
AMS 4590, AMS4590 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS 4640, AMS4640 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS 4880, AMS4880 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS 4881, AMS4881 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63000 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63020 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63200 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C95500 Nickel Aluminum Bronze "9D"
UNS C95510 Nickel Aluminum Bronze (AMS 4880)
UNS C95520 Nickel Aluminum Bronze (AMS 4881)
UNS C95800 Alpha Nickel Aluminum Bronze
CuAL10Ni5Fe4 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
CuNi 70/30 - Copper Nickel
CuNi 90/10 Copper Nickel
CuNi10Fe1Mn Copper Nickel
CuNi14Al2 Cupro Nickel Aluminum
CuNi14Al3 - Cupro Nickel Aluminum
CuNi30Fe1Mn - Copper Nickel
CuNi3Si Nickel Silicon Bronze
CuZn19Al6 Aircraft Bronze (French Bronze)
CW307G Nickel Aluminum Bronze
NFL14702 Cupro Nickel Aluminum
NFL14705 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
NFL14706 Aluminum Bronze
SAE 841 Sintered Bronze - Oil Impregnated
UA10N Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UA11N Aluminum Bronze ( ZDI / UA11N )
UN3S Nickel Silicon Bronze
UZ19AL6 Aircraft Bronze (French Bronze)
SILICON ALUMINUM BRONZE
Silicon Aluminum Bronze has excellent bearing properties at considerable loads with extreme corrosion resistance. Silicon Aluminum Bronze is used for aircraft bushings, valve stems, nuclear power service and many electrical applications.
UNS C63600 Silicon Aluminum Bronze
UNS C64200 Silicon Aluminum Bronze
Silicon Bronze offers added strength in conjunction with the self-lubricity of silicon for excellent bearing and load properties. AMS 4616 is easily machined into ball bearing cage assemblies. Common Electrical uses include transistor component bases, High resistance-ratio cryogenic shunts, hollow conductors and many more.
AMS 4616, AMS4616 Silicon Bronze
UNS C65100 Low Silicon Bronze "B"
UNS C65300 Silicon Bronze
UNS C65500 High Silicon Bronze "A"
UNS C65610 Silicon Bronze
UNS C65620 Silicon Bronze (AMS 4616)
NICKEL SILICON BRONZE
Nickel Silicon Bronze has a very high mechanical strength, good wear and corrosion resistance in both marine and industrial conditions. It is famous for its good anti-friction properties and is extensively used for plunger tips for die casting machine connectors. Railways Industry uses: Valve guides, Bearing cages Aerospace Industry uses: Short-Circuit rings, rotors anti-friction rings and more
UNS C64700 Nickel Silicon Bronze
CuNi3Si Nickel Silicon Bronze
UN3S Nickel Silicon Bronze
NICKEL SILVER BRONZE
Nickel Silver Bronze are alloys that contain copper, tin, lead, nickel, and zinc. Nickel Silver Bronze has moderately high strength and good corrosion resistance and are named for their silvery luster. They have low to moderate strength and good aqueous corrosion resistance. They are used in the food and beverage handling equipment, decorative hardware, electroplated table ware, optical and photographic equipment and musical instruments.
UNS C97600 Nickel Silver Bronze "Dairy Metal"
UNS C97800 Nickel Silver Bronze "25%"
NICKEL TIN BRONZE
We offer Nickel Tin Bronze including Leaded, Nickel Gear and “Spinodal” Bronzes. Common applications include worm wheels, worm gears, cams, pump bodies and more. Take a look at all of our Nickel Tin Bronze products here! Industrial applications: Worm Wheels, Worm Gears, Cams, Pump Bodies and much more
UNS C91700 Nickel Tin Bronze (Nickel Gear Bronze)
UNS C94700 Nickel Tin Bronze "Spinodal"
UNS C96900 Nickel Tin Bronze "Spinodal"
Aluminum bronzes are used for their combination of high strength, excellent corrosion and wear resistance. Aluminum bronzes are used in marine hardware, shafts and pump and valve components for handling seawater, sour mine waters, non-oxidizing acids, and industrial process fluids. They are also used in applications such as heavy duty sleeve bearings, and machine tool ways. Aluminum bronze castings have exceptional corrosion resistance, high strength, toughness and wear resistance and good casting and welding characteristics. The material is available in many different forms including rod, bar, tube, rectangular, and plate.
UNS C61000 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61300 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61800 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62300 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62500 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C95200 Aluminum Bronze "9A"
UNS C95400 Aluminum Bronze "9C"
UNS C95900 Aluminum Bronze
CuAl11Ni5Fe5 Aluminum Bronze
NBM 37Rc Forming Die Bronze
NFL14706 Aluminum Bronze
The Leaded Bronze group of alloys main function is to improve machinability. They are known for their resistance towards corrosion, abrasion and their long service life. Common applications include connectors for wire and cable, electrical plug type connectors, door knobs, screws and nuts, bushings for corrosion, rolling mill bearings and many more.
UNS C31400 Leaded Commercial Bronze
UNS C31600 Nickel Leaded Commercial Bronze
UNS C66100 Leaded Silicon Bronze
UNS C92200 Leaded Tin Bronze "Navy M"
UNS C92300 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92500 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92600 Commercial Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92700 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92800 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92900 Leaded Nickel Tin Bronze
UNS C93200 Bearing Bronze - SAE 660 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93400 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93600 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93700 High Leaded Tin Bronze "SAE 64"
UNS C93800 High Leaded Tin Bronze "SAE 67"
UNS C94100 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C94300 High Leaded Tin Bronze (Soft Bronze)
UNS C94800 Leaded Nickel Tin Bronze
Phosphor Bronze, or tin bronze, is an alloy containing copper, tin and phosphorous. The addition of tin increases the corrosion resistance and strength of the alloy. The phosphorous increases the wear resistance and stiffness of the alloy. The phosphor bronzes have superb spring qualities, high fatigue resistance, excellent formability and solderability, and high corrosion resistance. They are primarily used for electrical products. Other uses include corrosion resistant bellows, diaphragms, and spring washers, bushings, bearings, shafts, gears, thrust washers and valve parts. Phosphor bronze C544 is on of the finest bearing alloys the industry has to offer. Phosphor Bronze is available in sheet, strip, plate, wire, rod and bar.
UNS C51000 Phosphor Bronze "5% A"
UNS C52100 Phosphor Bronze "8% C"
UNS C52400 Phosphor Bronze "10% D"
UNS C53400 Phosphor Bronze "B-1"
UNS C54400 Phosphor Bronze "B-2" "Free Cutting"
Manganese bronze contains small additions of manganese, iron and aluminum, plus lead for lubricity, anti-seizing and embeddibility. Like the aluminum bronzes, they combine very high strength with excellent corrosion resistance. Manganese bronze bearings can operate at high speeds under heavy loads, but require high shaft hardnesses and nonabrasive operating conditions. It is used in industrial applications such as gears and cams, wear plates, bushings, seal rings, piston heads and many more.
UNS C66800 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67300 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67310 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67400 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67410 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67420 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67500 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67600 Manganese Bronze
UNS C86200 Manganese Bronze "SAE 430 A"
UNS C86300 Manganese Bronze - SAE 430 B
Tin's principal function is to strengthen these bronze alloys. Tin Bronze is strong and hard and has very high ductility. This combination of properties gives them a high load-carrying capacity, good wear resistance and the ability to withstand pounding. The alloys are noted for their corrosion resistance in seawater and brines. Common industrial applications include fittings used to 550 F, gears, bushings, bearings, pump impellers and many more.
UNS C90200 Tin Bronze
UNS C90300 Tin Bronze "Navy G"
UNS C90500 Tin Bronze "SAE 62"
UNS C90700 Tin Bronze "SAE 65"
UNS C91100 Tin Bronze
UNS C93200 Bearing Bronze - SAE 660 High Leaded Tin Bronze
Red brass is the most durable of all metals for commercial water pipe in the practical price range. It is excellent for resistance to dezincification and season cracking for which the high copper brasses are known. Moderate strength and good retention of spring properties, red brass is also specified for underground service lines since it offers greatest corrosion resistance to all types of potable waters. Applications include costume jewelry, fire hose couplings, zippers, condensers and heat exchanger tubes. Popular as an outdoor metal and has found for itself a very important place in modern architecture.
UNS C23000 Red Brass
UNS C23400 Red Brass Welding Filler Metal
UNS C69400 Silicon Red Brass
UNS C69430 Silicon Red Brass
C836 - C83600 Leaded Red Brass "SAE 40"
UNS C84400 Leaded Semi-Red Brass
yellow brass in C26000 (Cartridge Brass), C27000, C27200 and C27400. These brasses have relatively good corrosion resistance, moderately high strength, and in some forms it has very good ductility. They are available in many forms including rod, bar, sheet, plate and more. We provide material cut to your specifications on our state of the art equipment eliminating unnecessary machining.
UNS C26000 Cartridge Brass "70/30"
UNS C27000 Yellow Brass "65%"
UNS C27200 Yellow Brass "63.5%"
UNS C27400 Yellow Brass "63/37"
Naval Brass is the classic marine, high strength and corrosion resistant alloy containing nominally 60% copper, .75% tin and 39.2% zinc. It is widely used in marine construction where a strong, corrosive resistant and hard material is required. It is suitable for both salt and fresh water applications. Naval brass is used in marine applications such as propeller shafts, marine hardware, decorative fittings, shafting, propeller shafts and turn buckles. There are also many industrial applications such as welding rod, condenser plates, structural uses, valve stems, balls, heat exchanger tube, aircraft turn buckle barrels, dies, golf ball production and many more.
UNS C46200 Naval Brass - Cold Heading (Wire)
UNS C46400 Naval Brass "Lead Free"
UNS C48200 Naval Brass "Medium Lead"
UNS C48500 Naval Brass "High Leaded"
FREE MACHINING BRASS
UNS C36000 is the most versatile and commonly used copper ally bar stock used in both the North and South American Markets, second only to copper itself! It is used excessively to make an indescribable amount and variety of screw machine products. It's 100% machinability stems from a favorable interaction between the material's basic structure and a few percents of lead. The result is an alloy with good engineering properties and the ability to be machined at an extremely low cost.
UNS C36000 Free Machining Brass / Free Cutting Brass
Beryllium Copper Strength
One of the highest strength copper based alloys available on the market today is beryllium copper, also known as spring copper or beryllium bronze. The commercial grades of beryllium copper contain from 0.4 to 2.0 % beryllium. The small ratio of beryllium to copper creates a family of high-copper alloys with strength as high as alloy steel. The first of the two families includes High strength with moderate conductivity: C17200 & C17300. Accompanied by the second family, High conductivity with moderate strength: C17500 & C17510. The principle characteristics of these alloys are their excellent response to precipitation-hardening treatments, excellent thermal conductivity and resistance to stress relaxation.
Applications of Beryllium Copper
Beryllium copper and its variety of alloys are utilized in very specific, and often tailor made applications such as oilfield tools, aerospace landing gears, robotic welding, and mold making applications. Additional Non-magnetic properties make it ideal for down-hole wire line tools. These specific applications are the reason this copper is known as spring copper and other various names.
Alloy Strips (made to order basis)
AMS 4533 Copper
AMS 4534 Copper
UNS C11000 (CDA 110 / Cu-ETP) Electrolytic Tough Pitch (ETP) Copper
UNS C17200 Copper
UNS C17500 Copper
UNS C17510 Copper
OXYGEN FREE COPPER
Oxygen-Free copper is produced by the direct conversion of selected refined cathodes and castings under carefully controlled anaerobic conditions to prevent any contamination of pure oxygen-free metal during processing. Characteristics of oxygen free copper are high electrical and thermal, high ductility, ease of welding, high impact strength and low volatility under high vacuum.
UNS C10100 Oxygen Free Electronic Copper
UNS C10200 Oxygen Free Copper
When cadmium is added to copper the material becomes more resistant to softening at elevated temperatures. The more cadmium that is added the more heat resistant the material becomes. Cadmium copper is used in applications such as trolley wire, heating pads, electric blanket elements, spring contacts, connectors, and high strength transmission lines. It is also used for soldering applications, particularly to join components in automobile and truck radiators and semi-conductor packaging operations.
UNS C16200 Cadmium Copper
UNS C16500 Cadmium Tin Copper
Lead is added to many copper alloys, making all types of free machining alloys. Lead does not affect the structure and properties of copper because it is practically insoluble in solid copper. Lead coppers are categorized as low lead alloys, or free machining alloys and high lead alloys. In the free machining alloys, the lead acts as chip breaker and lubricant making these alloys easier to machine than their non-leaded counter parts. The high lead copper alloys are used in bearing applications.
UNS C17300 Leaded Beryllium Copper
UNS C19140 Low Leaded Nickel Copper
UNS C19160 Leaded Nickel Copper
UNS C79200 Leaded Nickel Silver
UNS C79300 Leaded Nickel Silver
Chromium copper is a heat treatable, corrosion resistant alloy which combines high electrical conductivity with high strength. It is used in applications such as resistance welding electrodes, seam welding wheels, switch gears, cable connectors, circuit breaker parts, molds, spot welding tips, and electrical and thermal conductors that require strength.
UNS C18000 Copper Chromium Nickel Silicon
UNS C18150 Copper Chromium Zirconium
UNS C18200 Chromium Copper
CuCrZr Copper Chromium Zirconium
Copper nickel alloys are very corrosion resistant to sea water as well as thermally stable. These alloys usually have additions of iron, chromium, niobium, and or manganese to improve the strength and corrosion resistance. Copper nickel alloys are used in applications such as electrical and electronic products, tubes for condensers in ships and power plants, various marine products including valves, pumps, fittings and sheathing for ship hulls.
UNS C70600 Copper Nickel "90/10"
UNS C71500 Copper Nickel "70/30"
UNS C75200 Nickel Silver "65-18"
CuNi 90/10 Copper Nickel
CuNi10Fe1Mn Copper Nickel
CuNi30Fe1Mn - Copper Nickel
UNS C12000 - Phosphorus - Deoxidized, Low Residual P
UNS C12200 Phosphorus-Deoxidized, High Residual P
AMS4533, AMS4533 Copper
AMS4534, AMS4534 Copper
AMS4590, AMS4590 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS4616, AMS4616 Silicon Bronze
AMS4640, AMS4640 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS4880, AMS4880 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
AMS4881, AMS4881 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C10100, C10100 Oxygen Free Electronic Copper
UNS C10200, C10200 Oxygen Free Copper
UNS C11000, C11000 (CDA 110 / Cu-ETP) Electrolytic Tough Pitch (ETP) Copper
UNS C12000, C12000 - Phosphorus - Deoxidized, Low Residual P
UNS C14500, C14500 Tellurium Copper (Deoxidized Grades)
UNS C15000, C15000 Zirconium Copper
UNS C16200, C16200 Cadmium Copper
UNS C16500, C16500 Cadmium Tin Copper
UNS C17200, C17200 Copper
UNS C17300, C17300 Leaded Beryllium Copper
UNS C17500, C17500 Copper
UNS C17510, C17510 Copper
UNS C18000, C18000 Copper Chromium Nickel Silicon
UNS C18150, C18150 Copper Chromium Zirconium
UNS C18200, C18200 Chromium Copper
UNS C19140, C19140 Low Leaded Nickel Copper
UNS C19160, C19160 Leaded Nickel Copper
UNS C21000, C21000 Gilding Brass
UNS C22000, C22000 Commercial Bronze
UNS C22600, C22600 Jewelry Bronze
UNS C23000, C23000 Red Brass
UNS C23400, C23400 Red Brass Welding Filler Metal
UNS C24000, C24000 Low Brass "80/20"
UNS C26000, C26000 Cartridge Brass "70/30"
UNS C27000, C27000 Yellow Brass "65%"
UNS C27200, C27200 Yellow Brass "63.5%"
UNS C27400, C27400 Yellow Brass "63/37"
UNS C28000, C28000 Muntz Metal "60%"
UNS C31400, C31400 Leaded Commercial Bronze
UNS C31600, C31600 Nickel Leaded Commercial Bronze
UNS C34500, C34500 High Leaded Brass "64%"
UNS C35200, C35200 Dezincification Resistant Machine Brass
UNS C35300, C35300 Threaded Rolling Brass
UNS C36000, C36000 Free Machining Brass / Free Cutting Brass
UNS C37700, C37700 Forging Brass
UNS C38000, C38000 Architectural Bronze "Low Leaded" Brass
UNS C38500, C38500 Architectural Bronze
UNS C44300, C44300 Admiralty Brass
UNS C46200, C46200 Naval Brass - Cold Heading (Wire)
UNS C46400, C46400 Naval Brass "Lead Free"
UNS C48200, C48200 Naval Brass "Medium Lead"
UNS C48500, C48500 Naval Brass "High Leaded"
UNS C48600, C48600 Dezincification Resistant Forging Brass
UNS C50700, C50700 Tin Bronze / Signal Bronze
UNS C51000, C51000 Phosphor Bronze "5% A"
UNS C52100, C52100 Phosphor Bronze "8% C"
UNS C52400, C52400 Phosphor Bronze "10% D"
UNS C53400, C53400 Phosphor Bronze "B-1"
UNS C54400, C54400 Phosphor Bronze "B-2" "Free Cutting"
UNS C61000, C61000 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61300, C61300 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61400, C61400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C61800, C61800 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62300, C62300 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62400, C62400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C62500, C62500 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63000, C63000 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63020, C63020 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63200, C63200 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63400, C63400 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C63600, C63600 Silicon Aluminum Bronze
UNS C64200, C64200 Silicon Aluminum Bronze
UNS C64210, C64210 Everdur 6421
UNS C64700, C64700 Nickel Silicon Bronze
UNS C65100, C65100 Low Silicon Bronze "B"
UNS C65300, C65300 Silicon Bronze
UNS C65500, C65500 High Silicon Bronze "A"
UNS C65600, C65600 Everdur 656
UNS C65610, C65610 Silicon Bronze
UNS C65620, C65620 Silicon Bronze (AMS 4616)
UNS C66100, C66100 Leaded Silicon Bronze
UNS C67300, C67300 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67310, C67310 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67400, C67400 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67410, C67410 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67420, C67420 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67500, C67500 Manganese Bronze
UNS C67600, C67600 Manganese Bronze
UNS C68700, C68700 Aluminum Brass "Arsenical"
UNS C69400, C69400 Silicon Red Brass
UNS C69430, C69430 Silicon Red Brass
UNS C70600, C70600 Copper Nickel "90/10"
UNS C71500, C71500 Copper Nickel "70/30"
UNS C75200, C75200 Nickel Silver "65-18"
UNS C79200, C79200 Leaded Nickel Silver
UNS C79300, C79300 Leaded Nickel Silver
UNS C83600, C83600 Leaded Red Brass "SAE 40"
UNS C84400, C84400 Leaded Semi-Red Brass
UNS C86200, C86200 Manganese Bronze "SAE 430 A"
UNS C86300, C86300 Manganese Bronze - SAE 430 B
UNS C86500, C86500 Manganese Bronze "SAE 43"
UNS C90200, C90200 Tin Bronze
UNS C90300, C90300 Tin Bronze "Navy G"
UNS C90500, C90500 Tin Bronze "SAE 62"
UNS C90700, C90700 Tin Bronze "SAE 65"
UNS C91000, C91000 Tin Bronze
UNS C91110, C91100 Tin Bronze
UNS C91700, C91700 Nickel Tin Bronze (Nickel Gear Bronze)
UNS C92200, C92200 Leaded Tin Bronze "Navy M"
UNS C92300, C92300 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92500, C92500 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92600, C92600 Commercial Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92700, C92700 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92800, C92800 Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C92900, C92900 Leaded Nickel Tin Bronze
UNS C93200, C93200 Bearing Bronze - SAE 660 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93400, C93400 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93600, C93600 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C93700, C93700 High Leaded Tin Bronze "SAE 64"
UNS C93800, C93800 High Leaded Tin Bronze "SAE 67"
UNS C94100, C94100 High Leaded Tin Bronze
UNS C94300, C94300 High Leaded Tin Bronze (Soft Bronze)
UNS C94500, C94500 Medium Bronze
UNS C94700, C94700 Nickel Tin Bronze "Spinodal"
UNS C94800, C94800 Leaded Nickel Tin Bronze
UNS C95200, C95200 Aluminum Bronze "9A"
UNS C95400, C95400 Aluminum Bronze "9C"
UNS C95500, C95500 Nickel Aluminum Bronze "9D"
UNS C95510, C95510 Nickel Aluminum Bronze (AMS 4880)
UNS C95520, C95520 Nickel Aluminum Bronze (AMS 4881)
UNS C95800, C95800 Alpha Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UNS C95900, C95900 Aluminum Bronze
UNS C96900, C96900 Nickel Tin Bronze "Spinodal"
UNS C97600, C97600 Nickel Silver Bronze "Dairy Metal"
UNS C97800, C97800 Nickel Silver Bronze "25%"
UNS C99350, C99350 XX Minox Metal
UNS C99500, C99500 NBM Stem Bronze - "Lead Free"
CB4, CB4 Copper
CuAL10Ni5Fe4, CuAL10Ni5Fe4 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
CuAl11Ni5Fe5, CuAl11Ni5Fe5 Aluminum Bronze
CuBe2, CuBe2 Copper
CuCoNiBe, CuCoNiBe Beryllium Copper
CuCrZr, CuCrZr Copper Chromium Zirconium
CuNi 70/30, Cu-Ni-70/30 Copper Nickel
CuNi 90/10, Cu-Ni-90/10 Copper Nickel
CuNi10Fe1Mn, CuNi10Fe1Mn Copper Nickel
CuNi14Al2, CuNi14Al2 Cupro Nickel Aluminum
CuNi14Al3, CuNi14Al3 Cupro Nickel Aluminum
CuNi30Fe1Mn, CuNi30Fe1Mn Copper Nickel
CuNi3Si, CuNi3Si Nickel Silicon Bronze
CuZn19Al6 CuZn19Al6 Aircraft Bronze (French Bronze)
CW307G C,W307G Nickel Aluminum Bronze
NBM 37Rc, NBM 37Rc Forming Die Bronze
NFL14702, NFL14702 Cupro Nickel Aluminum
NFL14705, NFL14705 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
NFL14706, NFL14706 Aluminum Bronze
SAE 841, SAE841 Sintered Bronze - Oil Impregnated
UA10N, UA10N Nickel Aluminum Bronze
UA11N, UA11N Aluminum Bronze ( ZDI / UA11N )
UBE2, UBE2 Copper
UN3S, UN3S Nickel Silicon Bronze
UZ19AL6, UZ19AL6 Aircraft Bronze (French Bronze)
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