Greater Corrosion Resistance

Phosphor bronze (known as tin bronze or phos bronze) is an alloy of copper, tin and phosphorous. The alloy offers high corrosion resistance, is highly versatile, has multiple applications and is one of the world’s oldest metal alloys. Click on an image below to view our material grades.

Phosphor Bronze Range.

Marine Applications

The material finds use in a wide range of applications, particularly in the marine sector in the production of propellers.

Phosphor Bronze is also used in bearings, gears, worm gears, springs and bushes, and even electrical applications and is utilised in market sectors such as aerospace, chemical and subsea / above sea.

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Why Choose Smiths?

Our processing operations which are available at both central and local level, ensures that you receive product to your individual size requirements.

We are a centrally operated business, which offers cost benefits that can be passed onto our customers. Although our business functions with 14 individual service centres, our entire operation is managed via our central hub at Biggleswade.

We offer comprehensive metallurgical support and independent testing services courtesy of our own, UKAS Accredited Testing Laboratory.