Leaded / Free Machining Nonferrous Metals and Alloys

Leaded and Tin Brass Alloy
from Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc.

Flat, Shaped and Round Wire. APPLICATIONS. Leaded Brass: Clock and watch components, Meter components, Lock components, Key blanks, Gears. Tin Brass: Electrical switch springs, Fuse clips, Pen clips, Electrical connectors, Electrical Terminals. DESCRIPTION. Leaded Brasses: Used for their high... [See More]

  • Features: Lead Additions; Corrosion Resistant; Die / Cold Work
  • Specialty / Other Types: Alloy
  • Nonferrous: Copper
  • UNS Number: 42500
C31400 Leaded Commercial Bronze -- Rounds
from National Bronze & Metals Inc.

C31400 Leaded Commercial Bronze ASTM B140. Leaded Commercial Bronze C31400 combines the natural corrosion resistance of C22000 with the machinability typical of leaded brasses. Like C22000, it is an alpha brass nominally composed of 89% copper and 9% zinc, but it also contains approximately 2% lead... [See More]

  • Features: Lead Additions; Corrosion Resistant
  • Specialty / Other Types: Alloy
  • Nonferrous: Copper
  • UNS Number: 31400
High Leaded Tin Bronze -- CDA: C93200
from Concast Metal Products Co.

The alloys which are described as tin bronzes have long been recognized for their low lead content (less than .25% lead) and high strength characteristics. These alloys from C90200 through C91700 are not materially different than those produced more than 3,500 years ago in Europe and China. These... [See More]

  • Features: Continuous, Centrifugal or Other Casting Process; Lead Additions
  • Specialty / Other Types: Alloy
  • Nonferrous: Copper
  • Grade: 93200