The term bronze is applied to alloys of metal that are copper-based in which tin is the main additive. The primary traits of bronze alloys are toughness, strength, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity.
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|932/SAE 660||High strength, wear and corrosion resistance. Welding, soldering and brazing are possible but not recommended.|
|954||Most popular among bronze alloys. Provides high tensile and yield strength. Good ductility, weldability, and machinability. Excellent resistance to wear, fatigue, and deformation.|
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