Bronze - Bronze EN 1982: CC333G

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EN 1982 C333G is a kind of aluminum bronze, in which aluminum is the main alloying metal added to copper, in contrast to standard bronze (copper and tin). C333G has a combination of high-strength and high-corrosion resistance, which makes it perform well in high temperatures and in sea water. The alloy is also a non-sparking material with excellent performance in cryogenic services. It likewise has good weldability and machinability.

Applications of C333G are usually for highly stressed engineering components and those requiring a high degree of corrosion resistance such as in the marine, oil and chemical industries. It specifically has many marine uses including propeller shafts, engine components, gears, pump rods, heavy duty bearings, and components that are subjected to high water speeds. The material is sometimes also used in landing gear components on aircrafts.

We offer C333G in solid round bar, hollow round bar/bushing, and also in plates.