Aluminum Bronze 415A Alloy CDA# 952 “Chemistry ONLY”. Aluminum bronze bearings are used in heavy loaded applications.

Forms:
  • 2-20 Ingot
Belmont Product Code4872
Nominal Composition:
  • 87.5% Cu
  • 9% Al
  • 3.5% Fe
Technical Info:
  • CDA #: 95200

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