|Appearance||Light Bronze Bar/Pipes|
|Hardness (HB)||190-240, 175-230|
Nickel Aluminum Bronzes have been adapted with time to optimize performance and can provide a combination of properties that can offer an economic alternative to other types of alloy systems. Nickel Aluminum Bronzes are available in both cast and wrought product forms and have a unique combination of properties such as excellent wear and galling resistance, high corrosion resistance, high strength, density (10% lighter than steel), low magnetic permeability (of
|Size (Bar)||1/2" – 12" Diameter|
|Size (Pipe continuous Cast)||Thru 10" diameter|
|Centrifugal||ASTM B271, SAE J462, J461, AMS 4880|
ASTM B505, SAE J462, J461, AMS 4880
|Sand||ASTM B148, B763, SAE J461, J462|
The main application for nickel aluminum bronze in the aerospace sector is landing gear bearings for the world’s fleet of commercial aircraft. The excellent bearing properties against steel, corrosion resistance in salt conditions during de-icing of runways in winter and high mechanical properties make it an ideal alloy for this application. The main specifications are AMS 4640, AMS 4880, AMS 4881 and AMS 4590, BS2 B 23, NFL14-702, NFL14-705 and NFL14-706. The aircraft companies and main subcontractors also have their own specifications, for example, Airbus ASN-A 3406, ASN-A 3315, ASN-A6127A and Rolls Royce MSRR 8503.
Our Nickel Aluminum Bronze (AMS 4880) is carefully handled during storage and transportation to preserve the quality of our product in its original condition.
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