Concast offers a complete line of stocked and custom-made cast alloy products. Standard alloys include C863, C903, C907, C932, C954, C955, and C959. These alloys are available in rods, tubes, rectangles and square shapes and manufactured to ASTM B standards and specifications. When our customers have needs for special alloys and sizes, we design the right products to meet their specific needs.
We offer special alloys, shapes, and sizes in the ASTM-B 505, 800 and 900 series specifications. Almost any extruded shape profile can be produced using continuous-cast technology. Concast can also supply centrifugals up to 30". Custom tubes, squares and unique shapes can be continuous-cast to within .005" tolerance in sizes ranging from 1/2" to 16", cut to custom lengths.
We produce alloys in Leaded Red Brass, Leaded Tin Bronze, Aluminum Bronze, and Manganese Bronze. To view the alloys we provide by family, just click one of the blue titles below.
The lead content in these alloys is between 7 percent and 15 percent. High lead tin bronzes are free cutting and retain favorable thermal conductivity and good lubricity due to the lead content. Alloy C93200 is considered this family's workhorse alloy and is widely used in many bearing applications. > go
This group of alloys is typically found in plumbing applications. The most widely used alloy in this family is C84400 Leaded red brass is known for reasonable cost with good machining and casting properties. The lead content ensures pressure tightness. Red brass is also used for low cost bearing materials under low loads. > go
Manganese bronzes can operate under very high loads and speeds. However, bearing applications require reliable lubrication. Besides excellent mechanical qualities, these alloys have good corrosion resistance. The standard alloy in this group is high tensile C86300, which is comprised of copper, manganese, aluminum and iron. This combination raises the tensile strength to over 110,000 KSI. > go
Aluminum bronze is the highest strength standard copper based alloy. Concast produces C95400, C95500 and C95900 in standard sizes of rounds, tubes and rectangles. Aluminum in conjunction with iron and nickel in C95500 acts as a strengthener in these alloys. All of the aluminum bronzes can be heat treated, further increasing tensile strengths. > go
High Tin bronze alloys are typically found in gear, high strength bushing and bearing applications where high strength and low speeds and heavy loads are present. Other high strength applications for these alloys are pump impellers, piston rings, steam fittings, valve bodies. High tin bronze castings utilized in movable bridge components, turntables for bridges and other structures for fixed and expansion bearings with slow or intermittent movement with heavy loads. > go
The lead content in these alloys is between 7 percent and 30 percent. High lead tin bronzes are free cutting and retain favorable thermal conductivity and good lubricity due to the lead content. The high lead tin bronzes are ideal for bearing applications where there could be a loss of the lubrication boundary. These alloys perform excellent in unforgiving environments where foreign matter may be present, such as dirt and other foreign materials. The high lead alloys are able to envelope foreign matter due to its malleable nature and in doing so protects the wear surface of mating part such as a shaft. > go