Brass Terminal|The difference between phosphor bronze and brass




Phosphor bronze and brass are two broad classes of copper alloys. The difference lies in the properties and uses of the ingredients.
Brass: Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. If it is only composed of copper and zinc, it is called ordinary brass. If it is a variety of alloys composed of two or more elements, it is called special brass. Such as copper alloys composed of lead, tin, manganese, nickel, lead, iron, and silicon. Brass has strong wear resistance.
Phosphor bronze is a bronze with tin and phosphorus as the main alloying elements. Contains 2 to 8% tin, 0.1 to 0.4% phosphorus, and the rest is copper. Main grades: China QSn10-1, QSn6.5-0.1, QSn7-0.2, QSn8-0.3, QSn4-0.3, QSn4-3, ZQSn10, ZQSn5-5-5, ZQSn6-6-3, etc.

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