What is C63000 material?

C63000 (AMS 4640 – CDA 630) Aluminum Bronze alloy is an excellent choice for applications involving heavy loads, abrasive wear resistant, friction, abrasive wear and corrosion. The addition of nickel increases the alloys strength without diminishing its excellent ductility, toughness and corrosion resistance.

What is AMS 4640?

AMS-4640 is an unrivalled high strength alloy and extruded performance product that can deliver performance under specific conditions, especially heavy loads, friction, abrasive wear and corrosion.

What is nickel aluminum bronze?

Nickel aluminum bronze alloys contain 5 to 11 percent aluminum, as well as additions of iron and nickel for strength. Increasing the aluminum content of bronze results in higher strength. These nickel aluminum bronze alloys are used for bushings, bearings, wear plates, and hydraulic valve components.

What metals are in bronze?

bronze, alloy traditionally composed of copper and tin. Bronze is of exceptional historical interest and still finds wide applications.

What is c630 bronze?

C 630 Nickel Aluminum Bronze is an extruded aluminum bronze that contains nickel, and is alloyed for exceptional strength and toughness. It’s used where higher mechanical properties are required. It’s used in equipment for the energy markets, in aircraft, marine and a host of other industrial applications.

What is ASTM B150?

ASTM B150 is a standard material specification for rod, bar, and shapes for Copper Alloys including Nickel Aluminium Bronze Grade UNS C63000, having excellent corrosion resistance and is an ideal choice for valve and pump components, marine hardware and fasteners.

Is bronze stronger than steel?

Steel is stronger than bronze and holds a sharper edge longer. Bronze was still used during the Iron Age, and has continued in use for many purposes to the modern day.

Will nickel bronze rust?

Nickel Aluminum Bronze Alloys are known their superior corrosion resistance in seawater and many other chemical environments. The corrosion resistant property relies on the formation of a copper/aluminum oxide film.

What color is nickel bronze?

Bronze is metallic brown. The color differences between Copper Nickel Vs Bronze are that cupronickel has a silver color, in spite of the fact that it has a high copper content. Bronze, on the other hand, is metallic brown in color.

How can I tell if something is bronze?

Bronze is characterized by its dull-gold color. You can also tell the difference between bronze and brass because bronze will have faint rings on its surface.