Bronze has many common applications, and we’re familiar with just about all of them. With up to 10% tin added, bronze is more wear resistant than pure copper, making it ideal for bearings, wear components, plumbing fittings, gears, and more.
Our state-of-the-art facility and waterjet cutting equipment gives us the capabilies to process any size or alloy of bronze. Some of the most common bronze alloys we cut are:
- Commercial bronze, Alloy 220
- Phosphor bronze, Alloy 510
- Aluminum bronze, C61400, C95400
- Nickel Aluminum bronze, C63000
- Silicon bronze, High and Low grades
- Sintered bronze plate
No matter what your bronze cutting needs, we have you covered. Contact us today to find out what we can do for you.