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 sheets according EN 1652/1654

CuSn6 (Cu Sn 6)

CW452K (2.1020) sheets 300x2000 mm, hard/spring hard, bright

Thickness (mm) Width (mm) Length (mm) kg/sheet
0,10 300 2000 0,53
0,15 300 2000 0,79
0,20 300 2000 1,06
0,25 300 2000 1,32
0,30 300 2000 1,58
0,40 300 2000 2,11
0,50 300 2000 2,64
0,60 300 2000 3,17
0,70 300 2000 3,70
0,80 300 2000 4,22
1,00 300 2000 5,28
1,50 300 2000 7,92
2,00 300 2000 10,56
2,50 300 2000 13,20
3,00 300 2000 15,84
4,00 300 2000 21,12
5,00 300 2000 26,40
6,00 300 2000 31,68
8,00 300 2000 42,24
10,00 300 2000 52,80
12,00 300 2000 63,36
15,00 300 2000 79,20
20,00 300 2000 105,60
25,00 300 2000 132,00
 
All weights are calculated theoretically and are without obligation.
Bronze strips are available on demand as coils, als slit coils and in other grades.