phosphor bronze


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phosphor bronze

[′fäs·fər ′bränz]
(metallurgy)
A hard copper-base alloy containing several percent tin, and sometimes smaller percentages of lead, deoxidized with phosphorus.
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Both IDC and press-fit contact systems are also almost always made of phosphor bronze materials, which exhibit superior high-reliability performance characteristics and are available in various grades or compositions (e.g., CuSN6, CuNiSi, and STOL78) that can be adjusted to suit individual end-customer application requirements, including temperature extremes, enhanced conductivity, and challenging tensile or yield strength requirements.
String makers such as Martin and Markley produce phosphor bronze strings with different alloy compositions often designated with names such as 80/20 Bronze and 92/8 Bronze.
A: When using alloy 42, Kovar and phosphor bronze component lead materials, a nickel underplate, followed by a solder coating to establish and maintain a solderable surface, improves solderability.
Snap Dragons are made to be extremely reliable, with contacts made of nickel-plated phosphor bronze and covered with a gold flash overall for corrosion resistance and increased solderability.
The plugs and headers are molded with UL94V0 plastic and the plug features a nickel-plated copper metal body and a Phosphor Bronze tin-plated contact to ensure maximum reliability under all conditions.
Responsive Engineering Group has spent around a year working on the pounds 1m scheme to design, manufacture and install the striking phosphor bronze cone as part of the redevelopment of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
Hoppe's lubricating oil, three-piece steel cleaning rods with knob end, phosphor bronze cleaning brush cotton swab and cleaning patches.
The Scrubber comes with a three-section aluminum 1/3-inch diameter cleaning rod, a 12-gauge phosphor bronze brush, 2 ounces of Nitro Solvent, cotton cleaning patches and a hardcase storage box.
With the option of two types of electrodes, a phosphor bronze brush for uneven or a special roller for smooth surfaces, the test can be carried out quickly and efficiently.
Manufactured in accordance with MILSTD-348 and MIL-C-39012 specifications, the connectors can be made with TruLustre, silver-or nickel-plated brass or aluminum shells, and silver- or gold-plated brass, phosphor bronze or beryllium-copper center conductors.
The purpose of this framework agreement is the supply of woven phosphor bronze fabrics.
The device is positioned as the first ideal, gold-flashed, nickel-plated phosphor bronze contacts that resist corrosion.