Tin bronze plate is actually a bronze plate with tin as the main alloying element. Its tin content is generally around 3-14%, and it is mainly used to make elastic components and wear-resistant parts. The tin content of deformed tin bronze does not exceed 8%, and sometimes elements such as phosphorus, lead, and zinc are added. Phosphorus is a good deoxidizer and can also improve fluidity and wear resistance. Adding lead to tin bronze can improve machinability And wear resistance, adding zinc can improve casting properties.
Tin bronze plate has high mechanical properties, anti-wear properties and corrosion resistance, and is easy to cut, has good brazing and welding properties, small shrinkage coefficient, non-magnetic, and can be prepared by wire flame spraying and arc spraying to prepare bronze bushings, Shaft sleeves, diamagnetic components, etc., have high strength, corrosion resistance and excellent casting properties, so they are widely used in various industrial sectors.
In fact, copper is a non-ferrous metal that is closely related to human beings. It is widely used in electrical, light industry, machinery manufacturing, construction industry, national defense industry and other fields. The consumption of non-ferrous metal materials in my country is second only to aluminum. Tin bronze plate is a non-ferrous metal alloy with the smallest casting shrinkage, and is used to produce castings with complex shapes, clear outlines and low air tightness requirements.
Tin bronze plate is very corrosion-resistant in the atmosphere, sea water, fresh water and steam, and is widely used in steam boilers and marine ship parts. Phosphorus-containing tin bronze has good mechanical properties and can be used as wear-resistant parts and elasticity of high-precision machine tools Parts, lead-containing tin bronze is often used as wear-resistant parts and sliding bearings, and zinc-containing tin bronze can be used for high air tightness castings.