Bronze (Copper-Tin and Copper-Aluminium Alloys)

Bronze differs from brass in its better mechanical properties and higher resistance to corrosion.A distinction is made between the listed wrought alloys (up to 8.5% tin content) and the cast alloys (see cast bronze). Not only copper-tin alloys are regarded as bronzes but also copper-aluminium alloys, e.g. CuAl10Ni5Fe4 are referred to as bronzes („Aluminium bronzes“).

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Bronze square bars according EN 12163

CuSn8 (Cu Sn 8)

CW453K (2.1030)

Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m   Height (mm)   Width (mm) kg/m
8 x 8 0,56   32 x 32 9,01
10 x 10 0,88   35 x 35 10,78
12 x 12 1,27   40 x 40 14,08
15 x 15 1,98   45 x 45 17,82
20 x 20 3,52   50 x 50 22,00
25 x 25 5,50   60 x 60 31,68
30 x 30 7,92
 

Aluminiumbronze square bars according EN 12163

CuAl10Ni5Fe4 (Cu Al 10 Ni 5 Fe 4)

CW307G (2.0966)

Height (mm) Width (mm) kg/m   Height (mm) Width (mm) kg/m
20 20 3,04   90 90 61,56
25 25 4,75   100 100 76,00
30 30 6,84   110 110 91,96
35 35 9,31   120 120 109,44
40 40 12,16   130 130 128,44
45 45 15,39   140 140 148,96
50 50 19,00   150 150 171,00
55 55 22,99   160 160 194,56
60 60 27,36   180 180 246,24
70 70 37,24   200 200 304,00
80 80 48,64
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.