Uso excelente general del bronce para la mayor parte de las aplicaciones de joyería. Permite un muy alto detalle, un muy fácil moldeado y acepta pátinas muy bien. Esta aleación presenta un color bronce muy cálido.

Código de Producto Belmont 4951
Información Técnica
  • Nro. de CDA: 87300
  • Rango de Fusión: 1550 °F - 1780 °F, 840 °C - 971 °C
  • Rango de Colada: 1900 °F - 2250 °F, 1010 °C - 1235 °C
  • Densidad: 0,302 libras/pulgadas cúbicas, 8,36 g/cm2
  • Resistencia a la Tensión: 55000 libras/pulgadas cuadradas
  • Resistencia a la fluencia: 25000 libras/pulgadas cuadradas
  • Dureza Brinnell: 85

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