Tin: 90%, Antimony: 7% & Copper: 3%
Used in bearings because of its low measure of friction with steel.
Copper: 77% & Tin: 23%
Casting of bells.
Mainly Copper with up to 50% Zinc
Inexpensive jewelry, hose nozzles and couplings, stamping dies.
Mainly Copper with up to 12% Tin
Coins & medals, heavy gears, tools electrical hardware.
Used in USA for making coins.
Aluminium: 95%, Copper: 4%, Manganese ‹1%, Magnesium: 0.5%
Aircraft, boats, railroad cars, and machinery because of its high strength & resistance to corrosion.
Copper: 85 – 90%, Tin: 8 – 12% & Zinc: 1 – 3%
Nickel: 60%, Copper: 33% & Iron: 7%
Bronze with a small amount of phosphorus
Springs (normal & electrical) & boat propellers.
Lead: 50% & Tin: 50%
Joining two metals to each other.
Silver: 92.5% & Copper: 7.5%
Jewelry, art objects etc.
Lead: 75 – 95%, Antimony: 2 – 18% & Tin in trace quantities.
Used to make type characters for printing; also used for making decorative objects like statuettes and candlesticks.
Hardness Conversion Chart
En Series Steel Chart
Malleable cast Iron
General Conversion Table
Atomic Number & Masses
Hydraulic & Gas Engineering
Metric Unit Conversion
Acceleration & Angle
Conversion Table For Area
Densities Of Materials
Conversion Table For Energy
AISI & EN Designations