The lead content in high leaded tin bronze alloys is between 7.00% and 15.00%. These alloys are free cutting
and retain favorable thermal conductivity and good lubricity due to the lead content. Alloy C93200, also
termed C932, bearing bronze, SAE 660, SAE 660 bronze, and SAE 660 bearing bronze, is considered this
family’s workhorse alloy and is widely used in many bearing applications.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Leaded Tin Bronze
SOLIDS: 1/2" to 13" O.D.
TUBES: 1” to 16” O.D.
RECTANGLES: Up to 20”
STANDARD LENGTHS: 105”
SHAPE/FORM: semi-finished, mill stock or near-net shapes, anode, bar stock, billet/bloom,
squares, hex, plate, profile or structural shape, flats/rectangular bar
AUTOMOTIVE: automotive fittings
INDUSTRIAL: bushings, bearings, bearings for cranes, diesel engine wrist pin bushings,
forging press toggle lever bearings, insert bearings, fittings, fuel pump bushings, general purpose
bushings, hydraulic press main lining, hydraulic press stuffing box, linkage bushings for presses, machine
parts, machine tool bearings, main spindle bearings, pump fixtures, pump impellers, pumps, roll neck
bearings, rolling mill bearings, thrust washers, trunion bearings, water pump bushings