Production of industrial bronze parts
Bronze is a very old metal alloy, mainly constituted by copper and a proportion of tin. Because of the great mechanical, physical, and chemical properties which it inherits from copper, it has always been a very versatile material.
Even though for hundreds of years it was used in all areas of everyday life, it is currently very frequently used in the industrial sector, thanks to its anticorrosive properties and its mechanical resistance. Its industrial uses extend to practically all sectors: machines, valves, taps, ornaments, etc.
Its main properties include its hardness and tension force. It has a high degree of thermal and electrical conductivity, and, depending on its tin ratio, bronze is more or less resistant and hard.