Phosphour Bronze is an alloy of Copper containing between 3.5% – 10% Tin, with a significant Phosphorous content of up to 1%. The Phosphorous is added as a de-oxidising agent during smelting. These alloys are known for their toughness, strength and low coefficient of friction. Phosphour Bronze is commonly used in components where resistance to fatigue, wear and chemical corrosion are required. The combination of good physical properties together with fairly high electrical conductivity make Phosphour Bronze strips suitable for applications such as springs and electrical contacts.

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