Bronze Sheet Metal Materials

Bronze Sheet Metal at a Glance

Bronze 220

This material is known as commercial bronze. Despite its name, the use of zinc as the main alloying element technically makes this a type of brass.  It has excellent formability, though, so it is ideal for sheet metal applications. The zinc content allows for more cold working cycles without the need for annealing. Applications can include electrical fittings, springs, and marine components.Bronze 220 Properties

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa)Fatigue Strength (MPa)Elongation at Break (%)Hardness (Brinell)Density (g/cm^3)
55.2 – 117N/A49928.8

Bronze 510

This alloy is known as phosphor bronze due to the inclusion of a small amount of phosphorus. It has high yield strength when compared to other bronze alloys. This grade of bronze can be soldered, brazed, and arc-welded. Its applications include perforated sheets and electrical fasteners.Bronze 510 Properties

Tensile Strength, Yield (MPa)Fatigue Strength (MPa)Elongation at Break (%)Hardness (Brinell)Density (g/cm^3)
131 – 200N/A48 – 6268 – 798.86

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