Naval Bronze Bar Stock

C-464

This brass alloy is often referred to as Naval Brass, because of its resistance to corrosion – even in saltwater. A zinc and copper alloy with good strength and rigidity, the C46400 is a popular choice for use in tubing for instruments and machines, liners, bushings and cylinders. This alloy, made of 60 percent copper, 40 percent zinc and 1 percent tin alloy, is known for its resistance to wear and stress corrosion cracking. 

Typical Uses

Industrial - Bearings, bushings, welding rods, condenser plates, hub cones, valve stems, balls, heat exchanger tube, aircraft turn buckle barrels, dies, pressure vessels

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Alloy Cross Reference
Family CDA ASTM SAE AMS Ingot Federal Military Other
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