Aluminum is the main alloying metal added to copper in aluminum bronze alloys such as C63000, also known as
C630. A variety of aluminum bronzes of differing compositions have found industrial use, with most ranging
from 5.00% to 11.00% aluminum by weight, the remaining mass being copper. Other alloying elements such as
iron, nickel, manganese, and silicon are also oftentimes added. Aluminum bronzes are most valued for their
high strength and corrosion resistance.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Nickel-Aluminum Bronze
TEMPERS: HR50 Drawn and Stress Relieved, or TQ50 Temper Annealed
SOLIDS: 3/8" to 10" O.D.
HEX: 1/2" to 2" O.D.
RECTANGLES: Consult Mill
STANDARD LENGTHS: 144”
INDUSTRIAL: aircraft parts, balls, bearings, bushings, cams, condenser tube for power
stations and desalting units, corrosion resistant articles, gears, heat exchanger flanges, hydraulic
bushings for earth moving equipment, plunger tips, pump parts, pump shafts, shafting, structural members,
tanks, valve balls, valve guides, valve seats, welded piping systems
MARINE: bolts, nuts, propellers, pump parts, ship propellers