Furnace Room .
8981 SE 76th Drive Portland, Or U.S.A. : Phone 503-771-3346 : Fax 503-771-9702 : E Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer many different alloys for you to choose from. This page, in particular, is dedicated to giving the specifications for Silicon Bronze The ingot numbers that you find listed in the furnace room pages, such as Silicon Bronze, are the alloys that we have found to be the most popular, and are arranged in three main categories (Bronze, Aluminum, and Zinc.) We have an inventory of each of the alloys listed in the furnace room pages, while other alloys are available on request.
(Tip) Please keep in
mind that each alloy is engineered for a particular purpose. For
example, sheet metal can require different characteristics of an alloy
than tubing, extruded metal or sand casting . Because certain projects require different alloy
characteristics, we certify our alloys. Not all foundries offer
alloy certification, and some cast their parts from mixed alloys of
scrap. This can greatly weaken an alloy, or make it
unpredictable. If you have a particular purpose, that will
require the full strength of your metals property's with predictable
result's, then certified material is crucial. At Barr Casting we
keep a record of the certifications for each new bundle of ingot.
Please note: In the designation system, numbers from C1000 through C7999, denote wrought alloys. Cast alloy UNS No. numbers start at C80000 through C99999
Herculoy Regular is our most popular bronze.
NOMINAL CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND TYPICAL PROPERTIES
UNS.No C87610 C87300 Ingot No, 500 500 Percent by Weight Copper 92 95 zinc 4 silicon 4 4 Manganese 1 Typical Properties Weight, lb/in 0.302 0.295 Pattern Maker shrinkage,in/ft 3/16 3/16 Tensile strength, ksi 55 50 Yield strength ksi 25 20 Elongation%in 2" 30 30 Brinell hardness (500Kg) 85 80 Machinabilty rating 40 35 Heat treatment No Response No Response
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