tin bronze

tin bronze

[′tin ′bränz]
(metallurgy)
A tin-copper alloy.
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For example, if the Product code used to be "SDS SC-000-026 Revll,"it can be replaced with the new SDS Product Code "026" which is for copper-tin-lead alloy castings also known as high-leaded tin bronze castings.
Few components means small installation dimensions, and the worm wheels themselves are made of tin bronze for lower friction and higher efficiency.
Of particular interest is the recovery of an unforged dagger preform (or dagger-shaped ingot) and two gold and four tin-copper alloy earrings from a Philia tomb, the latter representing the earliest known occurrence of tin bronze on the island.
The most common alloy used in drinking water applications are bismuth brass and bronze, silicon brass and bronze, and the sulfur tin bronze. The AWWA presentation was later adapted and published in Modern Casting.
Federal Mogul of Wiesbaden, Germany is helping to meet the automotive industry's requirement for lead-free design of all components with its Glycodur slide bearings made from steel, tin bronze and the fluoroplastic Teflon from DuPont.
Among the number of no-lead casting alloys available today, the most common alloys being used for water components are bismuth brass and bronze, silicon brass and bronze, and low lead sulfur tin bronze. The following provides some guidelines for using these alloys.
1252--The colossal statute, the Great Buddha at Kamakura, Japan, is cast in high-lead tin bronze. The project began in the 700s and its head alone weighed 140 tons.