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Alloy 614 Bronze

Sequoia Brass & Copper sells alloy 614 bronze. This aluminum bronze has high strength and good properties at both high and sub-zero temperatures. It can be hardened by cold working and possesses high impact and fatigue strength. Its excellent corrosion-resistance makes it well adapted for process and marine industries. Its use as wear strips and plates reflect its inherit wear resistance properties.

Common fabrication processes for 614 bronze are blanking, drawing, forming and bending, heading and roll threading. Although not recommended for soldering or oxyacetylene welding, 614 bronze has a machinability rating of 20 and is good for other types of welding cold and hot working. 614 bronze comes in bar, plate, sheet, pipe, shapes, and tube product forms.

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  Cu Al Fe Pb Mn P Zn
Min/Max Rem. 6.0 - 8.0 1.5 - 3.5 0.01 1 0.015 0.2
Nominal 91 7 2
Joining Technique Suitability
Soldering Not Recommended
Brazing Fair
Oxyacetylene Welding Not Recommended
Gas Shielded Arc Welding Good
Coated Metal Arc Welding Good
Spot Weld Good
Seam Weld Good
Butt Weld Good
Capacity for Being Cold Worked Good
Capacity for Being Hot Formed Good
Machinability Rating: 20
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Common Fabrication Processes For
Alloy 614 Bronze

Blanking, drawing, forming and bending, heading and roll threading

Typical Uses

Nuts, threaded members, stringers, bolts
Condenser tube and piping systems, welded pipe, seamless tubing and pipe, chutes for abrasive grains, heat exchanger tubes, condenser head plates, tanks, corrosion resistant vessels, machine parts, structural components, tube sheets, mining shovels, sea water piping
Marine hardware, welded tanks, pressure vessels, protective sheathing fasteners
Blending chambers, mixing troughs