Product Details, Specifications, and Technical Information

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Bronze Sheet 220 has excellent formability, corrosion resistance, and high strength. Technically, 220 is closer to a brass than a bronze due to its higher tin content, but it is still known as commercial bronze. The rich color of 220 also makes it extremely popular with artists. It is typically used in medals, medallions, jewelry, hardware, lighting fixtures, kickplates, pushplates, weather stripping, and marine hardware.

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Dimension Name Specification
Max Width 36
Max Length 96
Thickness 0.032
Alloy 220
MTR Availability No
Material Bronze
Shape Sheet/Plate
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Weight/Lineal Foot
1.49 pounds
Please note that this data is to be used ONLY FOR REFERENCE, NOT FOR DESIGN, and by using it,you agree that any decisions you make regarding materials for your project are at your own discretion.
Mechanical Properties
Property Value
Brinell Hardness 500 kg ball 68 - 107
Density g/cm^3 8
Rockwell Hardness B scale 32 - 68
Elongation Typical %
Modulus of Elasticity KSI x 10^3 16
Melting Point °F 1870 - 1913
Specific Heat BTU/lb-°F (32-212F) 8
Thermal Conductivity BTU-in/hr-ft^2-°F 1310
Tensile Strength KSI 40 - 57
Yield Strength KSI 40
Shear Strength KSI 34
Chemistry Information: 220 Bronze
Element Percentage
Cu 90
Zn 10
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