Copper Alloy Casting Foundry India Foundries

Copper Alloy Alloys Casting Castings Foundry India Foundries

We offer Copper Casting Alloy Casting Copper Alloys casting Copper Casting Foundry Copper Casting Foundry India Copper Foundry Copper Alloy Alloy Casting Casting Foundry India Foundry Casting Manufacturer facility up to 40 kg in weight and Brass casting up to 1meter in length. Our sand casting facility is well equipped to tackle any challenging Brass Casting job or Copper casting enquiry.

Material : Brass or Copper Alloy Bronzes  Non ferrous alloys Bronze Copper Castings Casting
• Brass is 319 type or BS 249 type
• Any special Brass Material Composition as per customers requirement

Copper  Casting Weight : from 10 Grams to 40 kg

• We can offer Copper machined casting casting cast part

Size:
• Specification or as per custom design or requirement.

Finish And Coating:
• Natural, Nickel Plated, Tin Plated or any coating as per customer specification.

Any kind of special die casting sand  gravity die lost wax shell molding casting  and cast parts casting  produced to user specification. We can be more competitive than Chinese casting and cast parts made in China Taiwan Asia Korea as traditional Indian expertise in Brass / Copper castings and Brass  Copper casting is superior and Indian Brass Copper foundry  are more competitive than other Brass Copper foundry.

We shall be pleased to develop Non-Standard castings Copper Brass casting Copper Bronze  Casting  as per specific requirement.

Material: Brass / Copper Bronze Gunmetal  to BS 2874 / 2872

Finish: Copper natural, Electro-Tinned, Nickel etc.

General Information:
Copper is one of the most useful metals known to man, and it was one of the first to be utilized. Copper is a reddish-yellow material and is extremely ductile. Copper has a face-centered-cubic (fcc) crystal structure and has the second best electrical conductivity of the metals, second only to silver compared to which it has a conductivity of 97%. The thermal conductivity of copper is very high falling in between silver and gold. There are almost 400 different copper alloys depending on the commercial product made; rods, plates, sheets, strips, tubes, pipes, extrusions, foils, forgings, wires, and castings from foundries.

Cast Copper Alloys:
Cast copper alloys generally have a great range of alloying elements than wrought alloys because of the nature of the casting process. The cast brasses consist of of copper-zinc-tin alloys (red, semi-red, and yellow). The cast bronzes consist of manganese bronzes (high-strength yellow brasses), leaded manganese bronze alloys (leaded high-strength yellow brasses), and copper-zinc-silicon alloys (silicon brasses and bronzes). There are four main families in the cast bronze alloys; copper-tin-lead, copper-tin-nickel, copper-tin, and copper-aluminum alloys.


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